What Car?'s news round-up
Worse still, the Police are predicting a surge in car crime as economic gloom deepens. Find out about that here.
But don't despair!
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Used car buyers are also thinking small – and saving on depreciation in the process. Read about it here.
Finally, there's some positive news from Rolls-Royce and Ferrari here.
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Paris motor show round-up
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Worst of the show
Full show reports
New Renault Megane – in detail
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Our Cars: Suzuki Splash
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BMW goes turbo
Every BMW engine – petrol and diesel – will soon be turbocharged. Find out why here.
First official pictures: new Mazda
Mazda has released three pictures of its new 3 saloon, which will go on sale next year. See it here.
Reversing to be dropped from L-test?
Yes, you read the headline right – but amazingly it could be dropped to make the test harder. Find out how here.
Nissan's upmarket brand has confirmed it will put its new convertible on sale in the UK next year. See it here.
Southampton's naked streets
Find out why city bosses have removed all the road markings in a street in Sothampton by clicking here.
London's road death struggle
England's capital city is struggling to cut road deaths. The full details are here.
Friends increase death rates
A study has discovered that new drivers carrying groups of friends are three times more likely to die in a crash. See the facts here.
The new Transport Secretary
What are the first tasks facing new Transport Secretary Geoff Hoon? Find out here.
Drink-drive limits to stay
Britain will buck the trend in the rest of Europe by sticking with its current drink-drive limits rather than lowering it. Read more here.
Car chiefs demand Government aid
Car company bosses are demanding Government help to fund 'green' initiatives. Find out why here.