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The February issue of What Car? magazine

  • All-new Audi A6
  • Real-world mpg test
  • Hot 100 Cars 2011-12 supplement
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The February 2011 issue of What Car? is in the shops now. Here's a taste of what to expect...

Audi's all-new A6 takes centre stage as our Star Car for this month, however there's another 21 first drives to choose from if you're after something a little different.

Test Centre
Entering the What Car? Test Centre this month, we have a family-friendly seven-seater super-test for you. Going up against each other are the new Ford Grand C-Max, Peugeot 5008, Renault Scenic and Volkswagen Touran.

We've also got a battle of the eco-cars, with the electric Nissan Leaf, the hybrid Toyota Prius and diesel Volkswagen Golf.

Real-world economy tests
Have you ever been seduced by a car manufacturer's claimed economy figures - only to find they seem no more than fantasy when you take to the road? Our real-world economy test feature reveals the real mpgs of today's petrol, diesel and hybrid cars.

We also have a special report from the Future Car Challenge, in which we drove some of the most exciting and innovative 'green' cars that are heading for the UK's streets.

100 Hot New Cars 2011-12
Need something to while away the hours of Christmas repeats on the TV? Not a problem our 100 Hot New Cars 2011-12 supplement is just the thing. It's free with this month's issue of What Car?, and it reveals the most exciting cars coming your way during the next 12 months.

February issue of What Car?
Take a sneaky peak inside February's issue of What Car? by browsing our sample pages below. Just click and drag on the top corner to turn the page.

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