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First look at new Nissan Micra

New Nissan Micra

Nissan has revealed the long-awaited new Micra at the Paris Motor Show 2016. The Ford Fiesta rival will major on economy and be powered by a range of efficient petrol engines, ranging from 0.9 to 1.0-litre in size. The new Micra should reach the UK by March 2017.

 

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Paris Motor Show 2016: Citroen C3 gets the Cactus treatment

Baby Citroen Cactus spotted 

This is the new C3 from Citroen, due to arrive in the UK in January 2017. Unlike the drab current C3 model, this newcomer gets the C4 Cactus treatment, with airbump side protection and split-level headlights. Expect prices to start at around £11,000.

 
Paris Motor Show 2016: Dacia premiers refreshed Sandero and Logan

Important updates for Dacias

Dacia has revealed new versions of the Sandero and Logan, with upmarket styling, lower running costs and the option of a new automatic gearbox. The new models should reach showrooms by the winter. 

 
New Hyundai i30 revealed

Hyundai confirms all-new i30

Hyundai has revealed the next-gen i30. The Focus rival will reach showrooms in early 2017. Prices should start in the region of £13,500.

 
Hyundai Ioniq makes international debut

Mitsubishi previews PHEV-GT

Mitsubishi has launched the PHEV-GT, a striking plug-in hybrid. Although it's only a concept, its triple electric motor set-up boasts a range of 746 miles.

 
New Kia Rio breaks cover

New Kia Rio breaks cover

Kia has unwrapped the fourth-generation Rio at the Paris Motor Show 2016. The new city car should reach the UK with new engines and more tech in early 2017 from £10,000.

 
Renault Zoe at Paris Motor Show

Renault launches 250 mile Zoe

Renault has revealed the 2017 Zoe, with new battery technology and 250 all-electric range. The updated Zoe will reach showrooms in early 2017.

 
Land Rover unveils new Discovery

Land Rover unveils new Discovery

Land Rover has unveiled its new Discovery at the Paris Motor Show. Although it may look similar to the outgoing model, the new Discovery is bigger goes on sale in the UK in spring. Prices start at £43,495.

 
 

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