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Volvo S80 (2006-2016)

Volvo S80 (2006-2016) Buying Guide by Richard DredgeWhen it comes to buying used cars, the largest models sometimes offer the biggest bargains. Take Volvo's S80; the Swedish company's stylish and discreet flagship saloon makes a spectacular used buy as it's overshadowed by more talented, higher-profile rivals. But the S80 is still a good car; it's one of the... Read More

MINI Roadster & Coupe (2011-2015)

MINI Roadster & Coupe (2011-2015) Buying Guide by Richard DredgeThe massive success of its original gave BMW the confidence to offer an expanded range with the second take on the formula. While some reckoned that the two-seater Coupe and Roadster models were a step too far for the brand, they offer an interesting diversion for MINI fans who want something different.... Read More

Kia Soul (2009-2014)

Kia Soul (2009-2014) Buying Guide by Richard DredgeKia has been one of the fastest-growing car brands in the UK in recent years, thanks to the huge strides it's made in quality and design. It's models such as the Soul which have lifted Kia above the masses stylistically; this smart-looking small hatch offering excellent value and reliability, with a healthy... Read More

Aston Martin Vantage (2005-2017)

Aston Martin Vantage (2005-2017) Buying Guide by Richard DredgeThe term 'entry-level' has certain connotations, but when the tag is attached to an Aston Martin it's never going to mean a poverty-spec budget special. So when the Vantage V8 was introduced in 2005 as Aston's cheapest car, expectations were high. With its 4.3-litre V8 and manual or 'Sportshift' semi-auto... Read More