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RENAULT CLIO RENAULTSPORT - SHIFT HAPPENS

Renaultsport's latest Clio is bigger, quicker and comes with no clutch pedal. Is this the way forward? Andy Enright reports.

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PORSCHE CAYMAN - SPECIAL CAY

Porsche's junior coupe is better than ever. Start saving. Jonathan Crouch tries the Cayman S.

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PORSCHE CAYMAN GTS - PORSCHE'S CHERRYPICKER

Porsche's best car? The Cayman GTS might well have a solid claim. Andy Enright reports.

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PORSCHE CAYMAN - COUPE DE GRACE

Porsche's junior coupe is back. Start saving. Andy Enright reports.

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PORSCHE BOXSTER - AIR ON A B STRING

Porsche expects a significant number of customers for its third generation Boxster will continue to opt for the potent S model. Jonathan Crouch finds out why

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PORSCHE BOXSTER GTS - BOX CLEVER

Porsche's mid-engined roadster bares its teeth. Andy Enright reports.

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PORSCHE BOXSTER - LESS IS MORE

The 2.7-litre Boxster is the least powerful Porsche you can buy. But it's also one of the very best. Jonathan Crouch explains why

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PORSCHE BOXSTER - BOX FRESH

Porsche's redoubtable roadster is back, bigger and better than ever. Andy Enright reports.

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PORSCHE 911 TURBO CABRIOLET - NEVER TOO MUCH

Does any car normalise the extreme quite like Porsche's 911 Turbo Cabriolet? Andy Enright explains.

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PORSCHE 911 TURBO - FORCE MULTIPLIER

Can any car be deemed a supercar if you can use it every day? Andy Enright ponders the devastatingly rapid yet wholly untemperamental Porsche 911 Turbo.

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PORSCHE 911 TARGA - TOP GUN

The latest Porsche 911 is available in Targa form with one of the most incredible roof mechanisms we've yet seen. Andy Enright takes a look.

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PORSCHE 911 - FUTURE SHOCK

For true drivers, this car needs no introduction. Here's Porsche's latest 911 GT3. Andy Enright checks it out.

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PORSCHE 911 CARRERA S - DIAL S FOR SENSATIONAL

The Porsche 911 steps forward another generation. And if you're looking at one of the Carrera models, you're probably wanting the 3.8-litre S version. Andy Enright understands why.

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PORSCHE 911 CARRERA 4 - GRIP AND RIP

Purists demand that Porsche 911s drive their rear wheels. Andy Enright wonders whether the purists might have this one wrong.

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