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Mitsubishi L200 Warrior

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Mitsubishi L200 Warrior

For the last few years, company car drivers have been ditching their Mondeos in favour of style-oriented pickups to take advantage of a reduction in benefit-in-kind (BIK) tax. Trouble is, Gordon Brown closed that particular loophole in the 2004 Budget. So where does that leave the pickup?

Mercedes-Benz E320 CDI Estate

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Mercedes-Benz E320 CDI Estate

Antique dealers are a canny bunch. The one thing they hate more than spending money, is losing it. So when it comes to buying a car to transport their Chippendale, they're particularly fussy about who gets to bid for their business

Honda Accord Tourer 2.4 Type-S

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Honda Accord Tourer 2.4 Type-S

The fast estate car has always been popular with us Brits. It seems we've always been in a hurry to transport Labradors, shopping and kids at high speed through the twistiest parts of our green and pleasant land

Subaru Forester 2.0 XT

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Subaru Forester 2.0 XT

No-one can have missed the trend in recent years for big, butch off-roaders. Our streets are groaning under the weight of Land Rovers and Land Cruisers, each one unnecessarily capable of scaling a mountain. It's absurd. Thankfully, Subaru have made sure there's a more intelligent option

Jeep Cherokee Sport 2.4

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Jeep Cherokee Sport 2.4

I'm standing on the petrol station forecourt, puzzling over why I can't get the pump's nozzle to fit in the Cherokee's fuel filler. I've tried inserting it at various angles. I've tried gentle coercion. But it seems that the Jeep's filler neck is just too narrow. I check I'm using the right pump - yup, diesel

Volvo S60 D5

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Volvo S60 D5

Volvo has been having something of a renaissance in recent years. Gone are the boxy gymkhana specials, replaced by a range full of Swedish design influence and excellent ergonomics. But is the transformation complete? Can Volvo win any best-in-class rosettes in the company car park challenge, or will they be left pining for the fjords?

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