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Honda CR-Z (2013 - 2014): CHARGING LESS

There are certain ideas that seem to gain real traction with the car buying public and then there are ideas like the Honda CR-Z. On paper, it seemed to have a lot going for it. Launched at a time when wasteful, costly to run sports coupes were apparently going out of fashion fast, strangled by the global economic crisis, the CR-Z was a lightweight hybrid that ought to have cleaned up. Trouble was, it was roundly ignored by the British public and catching sight of one these days is a rare treat. While it was a flop as a new car, does the CR-Z make the grade as a used car buy?

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Mercedes-Benz CLS - Class range: FOUR TO THE FLOOR

Mercedes got the modern trend for four-door coupes rolling with its CLS of 2004. Here's the latest variation on the theme. Andy Enright reports.

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BMW 2 20d Coupe: CD BURNER

BMW's 2 Series coupe is surprisingly desirable in 220d diesel guise. Andy Enright explains why.

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Skoda Rapid Spaceback 1.2 TSI: A STRONGER CZECH MATE

Skoda's Rapid Spaceback is the brand's most competitive try yet at the Focus-sized family hatchback segment. We reckon the 1.2-litre TSI petrol variant is the one to choose. Jonathan Crouch puts it to the test.

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Audi A7 Sportback (2011 to 2014): THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

Audi isn't a company that's accustomed to playing catch-up, but when the Mercedes-Benz CLS started racking up some big sales, it was time for Ingolstadt to respond. It needed something a bit sassier than its rather staid A8 near the top of the range and the answer was the 2011 A7 Sportback. With design cues that harked back to the elegant 100 Coupe of the early 1970s, this was a big car that disguised its bulk extremely well and brought all of the refinement and depth of design that Audi has become renowned for. Nevertheless, the A7 struggled in the UK, perhaps hobbled by the fact that it looked so similar in basic profile to the cheaper A5 Sportback. Does that make it a solid used buy? Read on to find out.

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