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Retro seems to be the order of the day when it comes to cars – or it used to be.
How do you make an Aussie car nut weep into his beer? Simple, really.
Audi seems to be able to do little that’s wrong at the moment, with strong demand for the A3 hatch, A4 saloon and estate, and A6 saloon and estate, although some variants, such as diesel estates, perform more strongly than others.
Skoda has long had a presence in the UK’s small family car market but it was the arrival of the Fabia supermini in 2000 that really showed it had arrived.
Our friends Maggie and Bob are real Renault fans and after two examples of the second generation Renault Laguna they are now into the current shape Laguna Sport Tourer.
It started out in the UK as a one-off run of 1,000 three door models and ended up selling many thousands more as part of European sales push that reached millions of units.
Remember Graham Taylor, the England football manager likened to a Turnip head after a game against Sweden in 1992?
There could hardly have been a better 20th birthday gift for the Land Rover Discovery in December than all the snow that arrived just before Christmas and stayed well into January.
Citroen has re-entered the world of interesting cars in a big way lately and I’m not saying that just because of the new DS3, although that looks very appealing.
Suzuki has just announced a raft of changes for its SX4 but, strangely, they don't embrace the latest distinct model to join the range, the saloon.