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WATCH: 10 things you need to know about the Skoda Fabia | Driven: New Audi A5 2.0 TDI | Comment: Are future classics a thing of the past?

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VIDEO: Skoda Fabia - the thinking man's VW Polo?

You've missed him, we've missed, those people who sell knocked off trainers down the local market have missed him. But fear not, our Mark has returned to talk at you about the latest Skoda Fabia.

It's better value than a Volkswagen Polo or an Audi A1 but does it appeal to more than just people who wear fleeces and drink real ale? Mark wears a hat on a sunny day and finds out.

 
 
Audi A5 2.0 TDI 190 road test

Driven: New Audi A5 2.0 TDI S tronic

The new Audi A5 has been a long time coming. Nine years in fact, which in the modern automotive world is a lifetime. So a new model is long overdue, especially given how good newer alternatives like the BMW 4 Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class are. So can the A5 cut the mustard? Read our road test to find out...

 

Base model Skoda Octavia gets 1.0-litre three-cylinder

The new 1.0-litre petrol engine puts the starting price of an Octavia at £16,660, which will get you an Octavia S 1.0 TSI with a manual, while the DSG automatic gearbox adds a £1250 premium.

Skoda Octavia gets 1.0-litre engine
 
Average speed checks double in just three years

Average speed checks double in just three years

The number of average speed check sites on UK roads has risen above 50 since 2000, with more than 250 miles now covered according to a report by the RAC Foundation.

 
Road test: Volkswagen Amarok V6

Road Test: Volkswagen Amarok V6

Instead of shrinking its 2.0-litre TDI engine, Volkswagen has fitted a 3.0-litre V6 diesel in the Amarok, delivering better performance and load-lugging ability.

 
Are future classics a thing of the past?

Comment: Are future classics a thing of the past?

"So advanced is the technology in today’s cars that with them comes built-in obsolescence. How on earth will a home enthusiast be able to maintain a car like that 25 years from now? And why would they, when getting the car to talk to computerised diagnostics will make it uneconomically viable to repair long before any well-maintained ‘old’ car ever would have been..."

 
 

Ask Honest John - The best of your questions

 

Part-exchanging a car that is on finance - where do I stand?

I have a Hyundai i10 on finance and have a year left before I can either return the car, pay it off or part exchange it...

 

What is GAP insurance and is it worth paying extra for?

I have been offered GAP insurance which includes the clause "covers for negative equity" which I cannot find in other quotes...

 

Incorrect mileage on my MoT certificate - is this a problem?

How I can get the VOSA to amend an MOT certificate? My current one has the wrong mileage (they put the job number instead) and despite having the invoice...

 

Will an independent service void the manufacturer warranty?

Could you clarify the position of servicing a new vehicle outside the dealer network? Can the manufacturer legally blanket void...

 
 

Which coupes have a high quality interior and are available with a diesel engine?

Car Chooser
 
 

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