Estate/ Station wagon

2009 Peugeot 307 | new car review

The Peugeot 307 is a small family car produced by the French manufacturer since 2002. It was awarded the 2002 ‘European Car of the Year’ award. When it first appeared to replace the 306, the 307’s most notable feature was its expansive windscreen and aerodynamic appearance. The 307 is available…

2009 Opel signum | new car review

Introduced to the Middle East market in 2004, the Opel Signum is a large family car based on the Opel Vectra and uses the long-wheelbase version of the GM Epsilon platform. The car is based on an unusual concept of a very large hatchback with a nearly vertical tailgate. Its…

2009 Opel Vectra | new car review

Introduced in the summer of 2004, the current Vectra is built in Germany, Belgium, and the United Kingdom, and is based on the GM Epsilon platform. It is available as a four-door sedan and stationwagon, while the five-door hatchback, known as the Vectra GTS, is meant to recall cult models…

2008 Chevrolet Optra Hatchback | new car review

the 2008 Chevrolet Optra is touted by Chevrolet as a no-compromise performer that delivers big-car characteristics in a mid-range package and comes in sedan, hatch and wagon forms.…

2008 Audi A4 | new car review

Bread and butter for the German manufacturer, the Audi A4 provides pretty well something for everybody, from the family car to the stunning S4, in estate and convertible variants as well as the four door sedan.…

2008 Chery V5 | new car review

The Chery V5 is a five-door stylish station wagon and is capable of carrying seven adults. Chery has tried to influence the front end with some elements of Volvo design, but the end result is typically Chinese. …

2008 Citroen C5 | new car review

The 2008 Citroen C5 is available as a 5-door sedan with a liftback as well as a 5-door stationwagon. …

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