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Carbuyer magazine

Carbuyer magazine

Issue 13

CarBuyer helps you decide which new car to buy, with expert car reviews, car news, helpful buying guides and detailed video test drives.

United Kingdom
Dennis Publishing UK
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4 Numéros


1 min.
all suvs rated and reviewed

WHATEVER size, shape or cost of car you’re looking for, chances are there’ll be an SUV to suit. This type of car has exploded in popularity over the last decade or so, and manufacturers now offer them in almost every market sector. Their high driving positions, rugged styling and practical interiors are definitely appealing, but with so many models around, how do you know which SUV is right for you? That’s where Carbuyer comes in. Once again, we’ve evaluated every SUV on the market with our trademark attention to detail, looking at the factors that matter to car buyers, like running costs, practicality, value for money and reliability. And it’s all backed up by the at-a-glance information you need on every car. We hope it helps you buy the right SUV.…

1 min.
read 500+ new car reviews on carbuyer.co.uk

ESTABLISHED in 2010, Carbuyer.co.ukis like no other motoring website out there – it makes choosing your next new car easy. We look at everything from the buyer’s perspective to provide the clearest real-world verdicts on the cars that matter to UK motorists. We’ve filmed, photographed and rated many hundreds of new cars, with our testers driving thousands of miles to bring you a comprehensive picture of the market. From boot space to parking sensors and from folding seats to road noise, our tests are all based on real-life, everyday criteria. ● You can watch more than 700 video reviews designed to help you decide which new car suits you best. ● You’ll find details on every make and model, with pics, prices and specs for all cars on sale in the UK right…

1 min.
how we review and rate the cars

CARBUYER’S crystal-clear road tests are like no other. We put ourselves in your shoes to deliver easy-to-understand verdicts on cars that matter. Our reviews are divided into sections on engines, running costs, interior, practicality, safety and reliability, so you can look beyond the headline overall score to see where a certain model’s strengths and weaknesses really lie. Our scores are weighted appropriately – so family cars aren’t penalised for being outperformed by supercars! We’ve also conducted huge customer satisfaction surveys, compared warranty periods and service intervals, and searched for safety-related recalls. Finally, we analyse a car’s pricing, equipment and running costs to judge value.…

1 min.
carbuyer magazine

Editorial & production Editor-in-chief:Steve Fowler Managing editor:Stephen Errity Contributors:Ben Custard, Ben Hodges, Andy Goodwin, David Kirby Art editor: George Vedmore Designer: Victoria Coquet Production editor: Paul Alton Picture editor: Dawn Grant Subeditor: William Morris Advertising & promotions Managing director, publishing: Nicola Bates Commercial publisher: Sarah Perks Newstrade director: David Barker Group advertising director: Steve Machin Advertising manager: Pierre Clements Senior sales executive: Demi Davies Account manager: Miles Taylor Dennis Publishing Limited CEO: James Tye Company founder: Felix Dennis…

5 min.
the ultimate buyer’s guide nissan juke

“The Juke has grown in size and takes on some of Nissan’s more recent family design cues” Data Sheet Engines: 1.0 petrol Trim levels: Visia, N-Connecta, Tekna Fuel economy: 46mpg Road tax: £145 0-62: 10.3s Euro NCAP: Not yet tested Styling THIS is still recognisably a Nissan Juke, but there are key differences at the front and rear giving the new model a more grown-up look Engines Just a 1.0-litre petrol is offered at launch, but plug-in hybrid and even fully electric versions could be on the way Drive Initial impressions suggest that the new Juke has retained its predecessor’s fine handling traits THE popular compact crossover class has grown significantly in recent years, with more than 20 supermini-sized SUVs on sale in Britain today. But one of the first of the breed has just been totally renewed. Say…

1 min.
on the road: is juke still great to drive?

NISSAN’S engineers aimed to create a crossover that’s more composed than before. After a short drive around the twisting, undulating Alpine handling circuit at Millbrook Proving Ground in a pre-production prototype, we can confirm it is. Body control has improved hugely, while the steering is better, too; it’s far more direct and naturally weighted. Perhaps the ride could be a little softer, though. Based on our brief taster, it’s at the firmer end of the scale for cars such as this. The 1.0-litre engine is a known quantity, and although it’s the only choice, it’s a well judged one – perky, refined enough and probably economical enough. And, having been hands-on with a nearly finished Juke, we can confirm that cabin quality has improved dramatically. Carbuyer rating…