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The latest issue of What Car? is out now, and this month's cover star is the all-new Volvo S60. This executive saloon is aiming to take on the class-leading BMW 3 Series, so we've put it up against that very car. For good measure, we've also thrown in one of the sportiest cars in this market: the Alfa Romeo Giulia. This is one group test result you won't want to miss.
Elsewhere, it's a battle of family SUVs, as the all-new Range Rover Evoque takes on the Lexus UX and Volvo XC40, while the new Renault Megane RS faces off against the Volkswagen Golf GTI and Honda Civic Type R to decide who makes the best hot hatchback.
Electric cars are front and centre in our first drives section; we've been behind the wheel of new zero-emissions models such as the Kia Soul EV, Tesla Model 3 and Audi E-tron. Other new cars driven this month include:
- Toyota Camry
- Jaguar F-Pace SVR
- Mercedes V-Class
- BMW X7
- Jaguar XE
- Toyota Corolla Touring Sports
- Mercedes E-Class
- DS 3 Crossback
This month's advice section will be especially helpful for large families, because we're looking at the SUVs and MPVs that can fit three child car seats, while elsewhere we're also revealing which older cars are the most – and least – reliable.
Meanwhile, What Car? readers give their verdict on the new Mazda 3 family hatchback, and we tell you how best to spec a Citroën Berlingo.
In our used car pages, the Skoda Octavia and Vauxhall Astra face off to decide which family car is best to buy second-hand, and we've got everything you need to know before buying the Hyundai Kona small SUV.
And, as always, #AskWhatCar answers your motoring questions, our data section is on hand to help you choose the best new car for your needs and our True MPG tests tell you what fuel economy you can really expect from a car.
It all feeds into our Buyer's Guide, where we name the best cars in every class and for every budget.
Indeed, our redesigned format makes What Car? magazine more useful than ever, whether you're choosing your next car, looking to reduce your motoring bills or simply want to keep up to date with the latest issues facing drivers.
The number of adverts has been slashed, letting us dedicate more space to comparison tests, plus we've reintroduced long-term car ownership reviews, expanded our consumer section and included extra data.
The June 2019 issue of What Car? magazine is in shops now, or you can save money with print and digital subscription offers at The Magazine Shop.
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