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Mazda MPS performance renaissance on cards
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18th Sep 2015
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Mazda MPS performance renaissance on cards

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Mike Costello
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18th Sep 2015
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Mazda MPS performance renaissance on cards

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Mike Costello
Alfa Romeo will gain new customers without discounting
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17th Sep 2015
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Alfa Romeo will gain new customers without discounting

Alfa Romeo says it will not cultivate a culture of discounting once its new range of products are released. The Italian brand is poised to release eight all new models by 2018 and will compete in the four largest premium segments globally against the likes of BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi. The company is aiming for a seven to eight per cent market share. Nonetheless, it won’t be getting there with incentives and discounting.
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Alborz Fallah
Citroen: ‘we don’t want to have classical cars anymore’
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17th Sep 2015
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Citroen: ‘we don’t want to have classical cars anymore’

Citroen says that the days of producing classical products are over as the French brand looks to reinvent itself in the Peugeot-Citroen group of companies, which now includes once integrated sub-brand DS, standing on its own.
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Alborz Fallah
2016 Kia Sportage styling: "no point in being vanilla"
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16th Sep 2015
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2016 Kia Sportage styling: "no point in being vanilla"

Kia's all-new 2016 Sportage SUV has been given an official world premiere this week, with the company promising more of the same sharp styling that made the outgoing model so popular - melded with more than a little new-generation flair. Although the profile and rear of the new mid-sized SUV give an impression of evolution at work, it's the front end that truly sets the new 2016 Sportage apart from its predecessor.
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Tegan Lawson
Citroen and DS split to provide 'tremendous opportunity'
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16th Sep 2015
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Citroen and DS split to provide 'tremendous opportunity'

The split of Citroen and DS will only result in more clear and precise positioning of each brand, according to the company’s director of products, Xavier Peugeot. Speaking to CarAdvice at the Frankfurt motor show yesterday, Xavier Peugeot, who is a member of the Peugeot family and the son of Pierre Peugeot – the man largely credited with the formation of the Peugeot Citroen group – said that fears of Citroen becoming a boring and dull brand, and DS taking all the glory, are unjustified.
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Alborz Fallah
2015 Frankfurt Motor Show Gallery
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16th Sep 2015
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2015 Frankfurt Motor Show Gallery

Day 1 Gallery Click on a photo to bring up a larger version in the gallery. Click on the Photos tab for more images by Jarrod Moore.
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James Ward