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New launches

LAUNCH dates for key fleet models.

MAY

  • Bentley Continental Flying Spur
  • BMW 320 Cd Convertible
  • BMW M5
  • Porsche Boxster
  • Range Rover Sport
  • Range Rover facelift
  • Smart Brabus Forfour
  • Vauxhall Astra Panoramic

    JUNE

  • Chevrolet Matiz
  • Peugeot 1007
  • Ssangyong Rodius
  • Volkswagen Polo facelift

    Peugeot 1007

    FORGET crash safety ratings, carbon dioxide emissions and fuel economy – the only thing you need to know about Peugeot’s funky new city car is that it has twin sliding doors. And they’re electric. And they’re cool. But once the novelty of the doors wears off, you’re left with a fairly conventional small car. Petrol and diesel engines are available, but all suffer from being underpowered, especially the diesel version.

    BMW M5

    THERE are lots of impressive numbers to back up the M5, the most powerful BMW ever. First off is that amazing 5.0-litre V10 engine coupled to the world’s first seven-speed sequential manual gearbox. Boot it off the line and you’ll be doing 62mph in just 4.7 seconds. That’s what having 507bhp under your bonnet does for you. And with its huge alloys and aggressive bodykit, it looks the part, too

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