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VOLKSWAGEN CADDY - CADDY RAISES ITS GAME

The updated Volkswagen Caddy van rewards buyers looking for the largest breed of compact van with a quality feel and a depth of design engineering often missing from obvious rivals. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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SSANGYONG KORANDO - JEWEL KOR

SsangYong's Korando gets a major shot in the arm with the introduction of a pokier 2.2-litre diesel engine that's cleaner, more powerful and more frugal. Is it enough to allow this model to make the grade in a tough marketplace? Jonathan Crouch reports.

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SKODA RAPID - RAPIDLY EFFICIENT

The Rapid is Skoda's new representative in the family hatchback segment. Jonathan Crouch tries the frugal 1.6 TDI diesel version.

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SKODA OCTAVIA - PITCHING UP AN OCTAVE

Skoda's third generation Octavia moves up a class, from family hatch to the medium range Mondeo segment, majoring on space, functionality, quality and value. It sets a high mark. Jonathan Crouch reports

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SKODA CITIGO - CITY SLICKER

We've never had a really small Skoda before. Ju8ne Neary reckons that the Citigo is worth the wait

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SEAT TOLEDO - TOL PLAZA

SEAT's Toledo offers good honest motoring at a knockdown price. Score one for straightforwardness. Jonathan Crouch reports.

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SEAT MII - IT'S A MII THING

SEAT's Mii is a citycar you can't ignore if you're in search of an efficient but sparky urban runabout. Jonathan Crouch tries it.

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SEAT LEON - LEON CUB

SEAT's Leon has, to date, been most appealing the more power you threw at it. So what's the third-generation one like with a little 1.2-litre engine? Jonathan Crouch reports.

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