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This week on What Car?

It's been another bumper week for What Car?, as we continue to bring you the latest new car reviews, motoring advice and news. But with so much going on, how can you keep track of what you need to know? Below we've collated the very best of this week's content, from our top 10s, car reviews, videos and new car deals.

So, here are 5 things you might have missed this week on What Car?.

1. The review – Porsche 911 Targa rated

We're already big fans of the Porsche 911. It is, after all, our favourite sports car for between £50,000-£100,000. But what if you also want the wind in your hair? Sure, you could go for the 911 Cabriolet, but this Targa version aims to give you the open-air experience without messing up your hairdo. So, what's it like? Our full review has the answer.


2. The news – new Jaguar E-Pace revealed

Following on from the success of the F-Pace large SUV comes this, the E-Pace. It's pitched directly at rivals including the Audi Q3 and BMW X1 and, with a starting price of around £28,500, could become the best-selling Jaguar worldwide. What's all the fuss about? Our news story has everything you need to know.


3. The feature – the best used cars

If you've been following our used car content here on What Car? you'll know that we regularly tell you which are the best bargain buys in every market. Now, we've put all of that information in one place, allowing you to see at a glance which cars we recommend, and which ones we'd suggest steering clear of. From city cars to SUVs, you can see all of our top choices here.


4. The deal – save more than £7400 on a Nissan X-Trail


5. The video – Skoda Octavia driven

The Skoda Octavia is one of our favourite family cars. It's not overly stylish, but if you value big space inside and low running costs then very few cars will suit you better. Now there's a new version, with striking looks as well as an upgraded interior. We sent Rebecca Jackson to try it out.

And finally...

Yes, that's a Hyundai i30 on a racing track. Yes, it's the brand's first proper hot hatchback. And yes, you can read more about it right here.


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