New Audi A6 review - Auto Express

Full review: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/videos/featuresvideos/262960/audi_a6_video_review.html#ixzz1DN9VsrYv Everyone has an arch rival -- and for the Audi A6, there's no greater nemesis than the BMW 5-Series. In the UK, it's never got the better of its opponent, though. It's never looked as good, never driven as well, never had the same want-it factor.

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Ferrari 488 GTB first drive review
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Superchips Renaultsport Megane vs Ford Focus RS - Auto Express
Full review: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/videos/featuresvideos/265933/superchips_renaul tsport_mgane_video.html#ixzz1HbYQTomh Extra performance doesn't come cheap -- well not usually anyway. But for £445, Renaultsport Megane 250 owners can get their cars' computer reprogrammed by Superchips to Boost power from 247bhp to around 300bhp. So what is the effect on performance? To find out we raced a Superchips-tuned Mégane against the standard Renaultsport Mégane 250 over a standing quarter mile sprint. And then compared the two in a fourth-gear rollon from 50mph for good measure.





Fiat 500C TwinAir vs 500C Abarth review - Auto Express
Full review: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/videos/featuresvideos/262693/fiat_500c_twinair _vs_500c_abarth.html#ixzz1DNJiUFef We pitch Fiat's new two-cylinder TwinAir against the pinnacle of the 500 range. The Abarth is faster in a straight line, but is it more fun to drive? Size matters. And for Fiat, it's a case of the smaller the better with its new TwinAir 900cc two-cylinder engine. On the outside, there's little to distinguish the two-cylinder Fiat from any other 500, but as soon as you turn the ignition key, it's clear that there's a very different powerplant under the bonnet.




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