Cured of its unruliness, the new SL65 AMG won't any porcelain off the shelves, however.
Lower and wider than its M5 counterpart, this four-door M6 proves stance is everything.
If you prefer your hyper-hatch in sleeper guise, it doesn't get much better than this.
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Infiniti's flagship has anti-establishment written all over it, and it's loaded with kit.
Toyota's latest Rav4 is a worthy contender in the cut-throat compact SUV segment.
Renault re-invents the hot hatch with the seriously quick 147kW Clio RS Turbo.
New SLK roadster uses turbocharged 1.8-litre engine boosted to 150kW and 310Nm.
Subaru's Legacy-based crossover is economical but it needs a few more features.
SA's first diesel hybrid is impressive, but we still can't match its consumption claims.
It's not fast but Hyundai's oddball hatch is well equipped and stands out in a crowd.
1.8-litre sedan comes with a killer price tag, but don't expect mainstream refinement.
t's time to tally up the times and pay tribute to the fastest cars that we've ever tested.
Latest i20 is fun to drive and looks far better than previously, writes Peta Lee.
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