Our cars: Honda Civic Tourer, Citroen Grand C4 Picasso, Lexus IS and Ford Fiesta

The Honda Civic Tourer gets itself lost, the Lexus IS300h has had its first service, the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso becomes a caddy, while the Ford Fiesta looks like a good deal...

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John Howell
5 Aug 2014 8:31 | Last updated: 14 Jun 2018 0:3

Each day we shine the spotlight on a different selection of the What Car? test fleet. Today, we are looking at the Honda Civic Tourer, the Lexus IS300h the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso and the Ford Fiesta ST-2.

Consumer editor Alex Newby finds that the Honda Civic Tourer’s sat-nav has a few built-in bugs, although the car’s other feature, auto-dipping main beams, is a very bright idea. Read more here.

The Lexus IS300h has reached its first service milestone, so off it went for a visit to the dealer. What Car? photographer Will Williams was wondering how it would fare and what the ‘Lexus experience’ would be like. See how both got on here.

Our other resident photographer John Bradshaw used the Citroen Grand C4 Picasso for a golfing day out with the boys. We’ve talked about how practical the Citroen is in the past, but will it pass this latest test?

Our Ford Fiesta ST-2 is not long for the What Car? car park, and with road test editor Will Nightingale already anticipating the pain of letting it go, he decides to see how much it would cost to buy his own. Find out what deals he found here.

Read all of the updates on life with our cars.