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VIDEO: Lotus Evora reviewed

The Lotus Evora S offers the best balance of steering, ride and handling performance of any car on sale, says Jon Quirk. Our man visited Lotus HQ in Hethel to test the company’s flagship coupe on road and track.

The Evora is a stunning car, both aesthetically and technically. For the money, the Evora S is one of the best drivers’ cars we’ve tested, but it’s the Porsche 911 that offers a more rounded ownership proposition. You’d need to be very committed to choose the Evora S over a 911, but we’d completely understand if you did.

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by | January 14, 2013 · 4:47 pm

This just in: Nissan Pixo 1.0 Tekna

This week, I’ll mostly be driving a Nissan Pixo 1-litre Tekna. It’s finished in pearly white and costs £8,645.

So, what are my first impressions of the smallest and cheapest car in Nissan cars range?

Nissan Pixo

Nissan Pixo

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Toyota iQ is a clever package

Toyota iQ

Toyota iQ

The genius of the original Mini was its use of space. The Toyota iQ’s designers clearly understood that.

Alec Issigonis placed the Mini’s engine sideways under its bonnet, and placed the battery in the boot so there was more room inside the car for passengers and luggage.

The Toyota iQ is the latest interpretation of this design ethos and becomes the world’s smallest four-seater.
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