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The September 2014 issue of What Car? is now on sale.

In this issue the New Citroen C4 Cactus takes on a selection of small, funky crossovers. It goes up agains the new Kia Soul, the face-lifted Nissan Juke and the Renault Captur. We're looking at the petrol versions of these stylish and practical cars.

This month's triple test features a host of new cars as well, with the brand new Peugeot 108 and its sister car, the Toyota Aygo, taking on our reigning City Car of the Year, the Hyundai i10.

We've also got two twin tests to check out, with two very different subject matters. First up we are taking a look at a pair of fast cars with fun at the forefront of their list of priorities. The new BMW M3 takes on the Porsche Macan Turbo.

The other twin test puts practicality at the fore, with the Citroen C4 Picasso up against the new Volkswagen Golf Plus. We're taking a look at the 2.0-litre diesel engines in trim levels in the upper half of the two cars' ranges.

On page 35 of this month's What Car? we tell you about all the great reviews, videos and features we have coming up on the website. Here they are in one handy place.

On the website this month

Britain's best new car deals
Every week, we round up the best new car deals from online brokers. We also hunt out a Deal of the Day, so there are plenty of great savings that you can't afford to ignore.

New Vauxhall Corsa
We have been up close and personal with the cool new Vauxhall Corsa. Find out the five key things about the new car.

Video group test
We pitch three small premium diesel hatches, including the latest Mini Cooper D, against one another. Watch the verdict here.

Tesla Model S reader test team
The Tesla Model S is seriously impressive. We put a team of readers up close and personal with the new car and let them get behind the wheel. Video due online August 1.

Audi TT
The Audi TT has been a very popular car over its first two generations. A group of What Car? readers took a close look at the third generation, and let us know what they thought.

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