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MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER - OUT FOR THE COUNT?

The Mitsubishi Outlander has often been a 4x4 that never quite got the success it warranted. Andy Enright wonders whether the third generation car can change that.

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FIAT PUNTO - PUNTO SHAPES UP

Fiat's ever evolving Punto range is having to run a little harder to keep up with the ever-improving competition. Jonathan Crouch reports from behind the wheel of a 1.3-litre Multijet diesel variant.

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FIAT PUNTO - ITALIAN ECONOMY

Does Fiat's much improved Punto still makes sense in its most affordable 1.2-litre 8v petrol form? Jonathan Crouch decides.

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FIAT PANDA - ANIMAL MAGIC

In third generation form, Fiat's Panda is not only cuter but more sensible than ever. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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FIAT PANDA - SHOOTS AND SCORES

The Fiat Panda 4x4 is a car that makes a lot of sense to those looking for all-weather ruggedness in a compact form. Andy Enright takes a look at the latest generation model.

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FIAT PANDA - BEARING UP

The Fiat Panda is perhaps the archetypal inexpensive but stylish car. Andy Enright takes a look at the cleverest 85bhp TwinAir version of the latest generation model.

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FIAT BRAVO - WILL FORTUNE FAVOUR THE BRAVO?

The old Fiat Brava/Bravo twins were good cars that never really got a fair crack of the whip. This time round Fiat is bringing a Bravo to market and is giving it some serious support. Andy Enright reports.

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FIAT 500L - LARGING IT

Fiat's cutesy 500 loosens its belt in the shape of the larger 500L. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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FIAT 500 TWINAIR - AIR FORCE TWO

Fiat's answer to combating emissions and fuel consumption is smart, small and perfectly formed. Andy Enright takes a look.

 

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