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Jaguar F-type Coupe
Jaguar F-type Coupe

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

This month's issue contains an in-depth review of the Mercedes C-Class, where we take a close look at the BMW 3-Series rival to see how it stacks up against the competition.

There is also a detailed focus on new cars such as the Audi TT Coupe, the face-lifted Nissan Juke - which comes with 100 litres more boot space than the outgoing version - and the Toyota Aygo.

We also take a look at the new Kia Soul, where we invited a team of readers to give their verdict on the small MPV. Take a look at the video of the event here.

On page 31 of the What Car? magazine there's a round-up of all the great reviews, videos and features we have coming up on the website. Here are the highlights.

Latest reviews

Jaguar F-type Coupe

We've now had a chance to test the road-going version of the Jaguar F-type Coupe on public roads. Read our full, in-depth review of this stunning Coupe.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

The Outlander PHEV is Mitsubishi's most important car for generations, and a real game-changer as far as plug-in hybrids are concerned. It combines super-low CO2 emissions with a go-anywhere mentality.

Porsche 911 Targa

The Targa was traditionally one of the less popular models in the Porsche 911 range, but this new version comes with a clever electronically-folding roof that may well increase its appeal.

Free MoT test tool

Booking your car in for its first MoT test can be daunting. Our online tool shows you how likely your car is to fail, and what the reasons could be.

BMW i8 Reader Test Team

BMW's exciting new electric supercar gets assessed by a team of What Car? readers. See what they thought of it in our exclusive video.

Seat Leon Cupra video road test
The fastest version of the Seat Leon Cupra hatchback gets put through its paces on video.

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