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There’s a reason that Jeeps have such a culture around them and they truly offer so much in the way of an active or adventurous lifestyle. Dating back to the rugged old Jeeps from the war to the new ones with the same utilitarian charm but sprinkled with today’s amentities. This 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara shows almost everything that you can get with the 2020 Jeep Wrangler. It still has it’s unique character but a lot of cool features and capabilities to boot. The interior is utilitarian for the most part but gives you features you’d expect in a 2020 model. This particular 2020 Wrangler offers the new EcoDiesel made in Italy. It’s FCA’s brand new diesel V6 that fits very well with this Wrangler and the new 8-speed transmission specifically made for it. Enjoy this detailed video of the 2020 Jeep Wrangler!

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The 2021 Cadillac Escalade is the latest version of an iconic luxury SUV. Today I’m reviewing the 2021 Cadillac Escalade Platinum, and I’m going to show you all the quirks and features of the newest luxury SUV — and then I’ll drive the 2021 Escalade and let you know what it’s like on the road.




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SEAT’s Ateca feels rejuvenated as a result of a significant package of updates. There are fresher looks, a more modern cabin, more frugal engines and stronger standards of safety. Plus this compact mid-sized SUV remains dynamically adept in a way few rivals can match.


Not many brands enter an entirely new market segment and get it right first time, but that’s exactly what Spanish maker SEAT managed with its first compact SUV, the Ateca. Launched in 2016, it’s since become one of the Iberian manufacturer’s biggest selling models, over 300,000 having been sold prior to the launch of this facelifted version.

Nothing too extreme’s been done here. Nothing much needed to be. The Ateca was already the best car in its segment to drive and also one of the most affordable and one of the more efficient. But its looks were becoming over-familiar, so SEAT’s tweaked those, at the same time as adding the latest screen tech to the cabin, plus there’s been some mild tinkering in the engine range.

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Prior to the original launch of this Ateca, we’d come to accept that compact Crossover models of this kind were never going to be very good to drive. If that’s still your perspective, then a pleasant surprise is in store once you hit a few twisty roads in this little SUV. Drive at seven or eight tenths and there’s pretty much no difference between the dynamic responses you get from this SEAT and those of the Leon hatchback it’s based upon. Only when you push right to the limit does this Ateca’s taller stance and slight extra weight begin to tell – and even then, the car’s pretty responsive, with well-controlled body roll and enthusiastic levels of grip and traction.

That much has remained the same with this revised version, but there are a few changes on the engine front. The turbocharged 1.0-litre three cylinder TSI petrol unit that most customers choose is now standardised with 110PS and gets a range of updates to improve its efficiency. It’s only available linked to manual transmission. If you want the option of an auto with a petrol-powered Ateca, you’ll probably want the 1.5 TSI unit, which puts out 150PS and is also now slightly more efficient, as before integrating Active Cylinder Management technology.

The most powerful petrol option is a 190PS 2.0-litre TSI unit which can only be had linked to DSG dual-clutch auto transmission and an extra-cost 4Drive all-wheel-drive system. The 2.0 TSI unit is also available in the top CUPRA Ateca with a 300PS power output. As for diesel, well the previous 1.6 TDI unit is no more, replaced by a 115PS 2.0-litre TDI powerplant offered only in manual form. There’s also a 2.0-litre TDI 150PS diesel unit, which can be had with the option of DSG dual-clutch auto transmission and 4Drive AWD.

Design and Build

You’d recognise this as a slightly newer model thanks to its revised radiator grille, its smarter LED headlamps and its redesigned fog lamps. Further design changes have been made to the front air intakes, the skid plate and the bumper. The designers have also added the same creases into the bonnet as you’ll find on the latest Leon hatch and the large Tarraco SUV, establishing a family connection between these key models. There are also new exhaust pipes and on the tailgate, the Ateca gets the handwriting-style logo badge we first saw on the latest Leon. Under skin, this SEAT continues to sit on the same MQB platform as its more conventional Leon stablemate and uses most of the same mechanicals found in similarly-sized Volkswagen Group SUVs.

Inside, there are fresh designs for the door cards and smarter trim materials, plus there’s much nicer re-upholstered steering wheel. Plusher models now get the 10.25-inch SEAT Digital Cockpit instrument binnacle screen. Plus across the range, an upgraded infotainment system, which incorporates a new HMI interface, is available via repositioned 8.25-inch or 9.2-inch touchscreens, ensuring that the interior is fully digitalised.

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This is the all-new Range Rover!

Now on first impressions, you might think the new Range Rover isn’t that different to the previous generation… And you’d be right! Apart from a few minor exterior upgrades, it looks exactly the same. Not only that, but both the interior and back seats are basically identical to the old model!

But there’s one key change you can’t see from the outside… It’s a hybrid!

So you’re probably wondering what you actually get for your £89,000? Well even as a hybrid the 2,600kg Range Rover can still perform, putting down 404hp and 640Nm of torque! Not only that, but now it’s a hybrid, it’s claimed it can achieve 84mpg!

So if you could afford one, should you choose it? You’ll have to stick with Mat to find out!

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The 2019 Subaru Ascent is the Subaru SUV we’ve all been waiting for — and today I’m reviewing the Subaru Ascent to show you why the 2019 Ascent is a great midsize family SUV.


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This is the Maserati Levante Trofeo!

Maserati’s Levante SUV range kicks off from £64,000. However, if you’re looking at the top-of-the-range Trofeo edition, you’ll be paying a bit more… with the price starting from £125,000!! So with such a huge price tag, we need to take a closer look and see whether it’s worth it.

When it comes to performance, it more than warrants the hefty price tag. With a Ferrari 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 under the bonnet, the Levante Trofeo is one of the best performance SUVs out there. It can put down 580hp & 780Nm of torque, which helps it hit 60mph in just 4.1 seconds!

But how about the rest of the car – is the interior plush enough? And do the exterior style upgrades make it worth choosing over the standard Levante? You’ll have to keep watching to find out!

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06:29 Five Cool Things
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I review the awesome 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat which combines a supercharged HEMI V8 with a practical and roomy 3-row SUV to create the ultimate family vehicle for the muscle car enthusiast. While it doesn’t come cheap (prices start at $82,490 including destination), it’s the most powerful 3-row crossover you can buy, and being a one-year-only model, it’s almost certain to become collectible in the future as well. What do you think of the Hellcat Durango? Thanks to Dodge for providing me with this opportunity!

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How much MINI do you need?

I’ve said many times that you buy a MINI because you want a MINI, it’s not necessarily a logical buy. It’s a boutique hatch, it has BMW quality, it has great handling and it has a certain mystique………those are the reasons why. Plus don’t leave out that it just looks cool.

The MINI range is available in many flavours. Engines range from 75kW to 225kW and bodies range from 3-door hatch to 5-door hatch through the Clubman Estate to the Countryman SUV and even the convertible version too.

The 75kW 3 cylinder petrol turbo engine as in this test is only available in 3 or 5 door hatches with a choice of 6 speed manual or 7 speed automatic transmission. With 190Nm on tap as well, it is still nippy in the typical MINI fashion. Perfectly suited to city commuting.

The interior is standard MINI fare, excellent quality and trim throughout. It has the standard central circular Infotainment screen even if some features would need to be added as extras. Cruise control, air-con and many others are still standard. One feature I felt lacking that should be standard is rear park distance control. I know it’s a small car, but this feature has become almost a requirement in the modern world and cannot be expensive to add at manufacture rather than having to add as an extra.

Of course, space in the rear and boot are limited, but that applies to the entire range and especially the 3 door hatch.

Overall, if you want a MINI and are on a more limited budget, I don’t believe that you will be sacrificing as much as you may think. As I said at the start………………….how much MINI do YOU need?

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The Abarth 595 Competizione is something different in a world where standing out is key. The 595 produces 180bhp but also returns 45+mpg. It’s cheap to insure, cheap to tax and cheap to run, but is the Abarth 595 Competizione the hot hatch king? Can the 595 fight off Fiesta ST’s, Cooper S’s and Polo GTI’s? Find out in this episode of Music Motors as we put the 2020 Abarth 595 Competizione to the test.

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I drive a 1975 Austin Allegro 1100 Deluxe – the base model. Question is, is it really as terrible as everyone reckons? In this Real Road Test, I attempt to find out as I put the British Motor Industry of the 1970s, British Leyland and Dr Alex Moulton’s Hydragas suspension to the test. Also contains some very pretty views of Snowdonia.

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Namaste, Watch this video for my review about Kia Seltos after driving it for 2 weeks. I drove it on different sections of roads at clocked almost 2000 km. While I drove 1.4 Turbo Petrol with Manual transmission, I will soon give my remaining thoughts about 1.5 Diesel and 1.5 Petrol.


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