Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS

David Errington gets to grips with the Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS…

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Volkswagen Golf GTI

It is commonly known and agreed within the motoring world, that the VW Golf GTI is the hot-hatch you buy with your own money. It is the most sensible option as it does absolutely everything you could want, which is the whole point of a hot-hatch really isn’t it? You can tootle through the town in comfort, (and style) carry a chest of drawers in the back with the rear seats folded, and when you feel like it, give it a good seeing to.

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Porsche Panamera Diesel

When the Porsche Panamera was first launched, it was the ugly duckling of the German sports car range. However, around 8,500 Panamera Diesel models have been delivered to date. The Panamera Diesel makes up 70% of Porsche sales in the United Kingdom since its launch, and 15% of sales in the Panamera model range. If this hasn’t already said it for me; the Panamera Diesel is a fantastic car in every aspect.

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Porsche Boxster S

Admittedly, the Gulf Orange 981 Boxster S you see below is a bit of a choice colour. If you imagine the car in the elegant Agate Grey or Basalt Black metallic that Porsche offer, it is a wonderfully attractive car. The new Boxster can no longer be criticised for looking too like a 911 – now its own car, with a highly attractive rear end.

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MINI Cooper

“I didn’t realise you wore a skirt…” read a friend’s text message, after sending him a photograph of the New MINI Cooper I had on test for the day. Indeed, it may have that kind of charm about it, but it is often forgotten just how good a drivers’ car the iconic hatchback actually is…

MINI Cooper

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