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  • 2017 Chevrolet Spark review

    2017 Chevrolet Spark review

    It’s more fun to drive a slow car fast than a fast car slowly, and the 2017 Spark is a perfect example of this, says wheels’ Imran Malik

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  • Infiniti Q50S Red Sport 400 review

    Infiniti Q50S Red Sport 400 review

    With a brilliant new engine under its bonnet, and with relatively improved dynamics, this is the best Infiniti we’ve driven. But can it take on its established rivals, wonders wheels’ Sony Thomas

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  • Honda Civic LX review

    Honda Civic LX review

    In a segment where buyers have been used to seeing just one powertrain option across different trims, Honda is offering choices that cater to a wide range of budgets, says wheels’ Sony Thomas

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  • Mercedes GLC 250 4Matic Coupé review

    Mercedes GLC 250 4Matic Coupé review

    Mercedes adds to its Coupé SUV portfolio in the region with the new GLC variant. wheels’ Sony Thomas takes it for a spin to see if it drives as good as it looks

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  • Jaguar XF S review

    Jaguar XF S review

    This XF S might be lighter and faster than before, but Jaguar hasn’t forgotten what really matters

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  • Cadillac’s new XT5

    Cadillac’s new XT5

    The new XT5 replaces the SRX, Cadillac’s bestselling vehicle

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  • Infiniti QX60 review

    Infiniti QX60 review

    Infiniti seeks to keep its seven-seater SUV fresh and relevant among much improved competition with a mid-cycle refresh. But are the changes good enough, asks wheels’ Sony Thomas

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  • BMW X4 M40i review

    BMW X4 M40i review

    It’s more practical than the 3 Series, more stylish than the X3, and is powered by the M2’s engine

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  • Mazda CX-9 review

    Mazda CX-9 review

    The new Mazda CX-9 has all the bells and whistles to make it better than before – apart from the lack of space at the back

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  • Ford Edge Titanium review

    Ford Edge Titanium review

    The Edge Sport, with its brilliant 2.7-litre Ecoboost V6, is a potent CUV, but here’s why the cheaper Titanium trim could be the better buy, says wheels’ Imran Malik

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