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Broadcast dates : 20th February 2005 17h00

24th February 2005 23h00

Subaru Outback 3.0R Premium
The Subaru Outback is a handsome vehicle, especially in its three-litre Premium guise. Nevertheless it has somewhat chunky, unconventional styling typical of this unconventional automaker. Designed and built in Japan, it has none of the rather feminine, flowing lines

Porsche 956
Amongst motorsport fans there’s a special sense of anticipation as a top-flight racing car is rolled out of the transporter. And one thing’s for sure, the Porsche 956 is a motorsport great. Knowledgeable enthusiasts may baulk at the orange and blue Gulf Motorsport livery on the 956 ...more

Ford Fiesta 1.4i
At the heart of the Fiesta 1.4i is a modest sixteen-valve four-cylinder engine profiled more for torque than top-end power. It delivers its 60 kiloWatts at just 5500 rpm, and the torque peak of 128 Newton Metres is at 3500 rpm. The Fiesta for 2005 retains its simple mechanical specification ...more

Cadillac STS, SRX and XLR
Cadillac, that icon of Elvis Presley’s America, has not exactly set the world’s luxury market alight of late.Once ranked alongside the likes of Mercedes-Benz as a status symbol, Cadillac’s of recent years have been rather faceless dress-up exercises of lesser brands from General Motors ...more

Detroit Motor Show
The North American International Auto Show, perhaps better known as the Detroit Motor Show, took place a few weeks ago. The Show is the premier venue for manufacturers worldwide to reveal their production and concept vehicles, and for the world to get a first-ever glimpse of the hottest automotive trends ...more

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