New Car Reviews

Opel Mokka X Review

Opel Mokka X 2017

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Carzone drive’s Opel’s newest SUV contender, the Mokka X

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Kia Niro Review

Kia Niro 2017

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Carzone drives Kia’s first ever hybrid, the Niro

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Fiat 500 Review

Fiat 500 2016

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Carzone drives the new diesel-powered Fiat 500 Sport on Irish roads.

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Opel Mokka Review

Opel Mokka 2016

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Opel’s mid-size SUV is now available with a new range of “whisper” diesel engines which improve economy and power…

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Honda Jazz Review

Honda Jazz 2016

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Honda's best selling Jazz has been newly refined for 2016.

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DS 3 Review

DS 3 2016

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Are you on the market for a customisable supermini, but looking for something different to the Mini or Fiat 500? Say hello to the DS3.

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Volkswagen Jetta Review

Volkswagen Jetta 2016

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

The Irish market loves a small saloon, so add the appeal of the Volkswagen badge to one and the Jetta is a sure-fire hit. Borrowing from its Golf hatchback relation, the Jetta’s a fine, if unexciting drive, with good looks, solid build and the promise of decent economy and emissions, too.

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Hyundai i30 Review

Hyundai i30 2016

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Hyundai is a fast-growing brand in Ireland, with good reason, and the i30 shows that the firm has got what it takes to fight in even the toughest arena - small family hatchbacks. That’s Volkswagen Golf and Ford Focus territory.

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Renault Megane Review

Renault Megane 2016

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Renault’s new Mégane comes back in 2016 bigger, stronger, better equipped and smarter than ever before. This really could be the hatchback that puts Renault back at the top of the sales chart, so long as it doesn’t get too ambitious with its pricing.

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Toyota Avensis Review

Toyota Avensis 2015

Our Rating 3.5 / 5

Always a sales hit in Ireland, the Avensis has been improved with a new engine, sharper styling and better refinement. It’s enough, just, to keep it competitive, but welcome as those revisions are the Avensis still isn’t able to really fight with the best for outright class honours. Even so, it’ll still sell very well indeed.

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