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Lapping it up at Goodwood: the Jaguar D-type

Goodwood Revival 2014: Celebrating 60 years of the Jaguar D-Type

The Lavant Cup race at the Goodwood Revival showcased and celebrated the Jaguar D-Type's 60th anniversary

Replica cars: The 'new classics' roaring back into the lead

A market for recently made replicas of old favourites is booming as drivers on budgets big and small seek some old-fashioned thrills

Jaguar is hoping to boost its sales following the launch of its new XE model, nicknamed ‘Baby Jag’

Jaguar faces hard road ahead to woo ‘badge snobs’

British and European drivers are only interested in the latest German cars, says Sean O'Grady, so Jaguar faces an uphill struggle to compete with the likes of Mercedes and BMW

One for the Road: A comfy, fun retirement car

Terry Maplin is about to retire and can afford to treat himself. He wants comfort, fun, and possibly a folding roof.

One for the Road: A car with room for Rover

Shirley Hannon has a big dog, but doesn't want a big car to take it in. What can she buy for £8,000?

The road to nowhere

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One for the road: A new driver's first purchase

Chloe Hudson has just passed her test and has saved up £5,000. What should she buy to buzz about in?

One for the Road: A cheap and cheerful car for less than £500

Darren Taylor is after a cheap and cheerful car for no more than £500 for local journeys. It must cost buttons to run...

Anna and her trusty Subaru Legacy at her home in Dorset

Anna Pavord thought she could only ever love a Citroën ... then she sank into a Subaru

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One for the Road: A summer convertible

With all this hot weather we've had, Charles Maybank fancies a convertible. He has £5,000 to spend on something fun but reliable.

One for the Road: A small but spacious hatchback for £7,000

Bill Mortimer is selling three cars (Mercedes, Vauxhall, Ford), wants a small but spacious hatchback, and has £7,000.

Rhodri Marsden's Interesting Objects: The traffic light

* This week marks the centenary of the installation in Cleveland, Ohio of the world's first electrically-powered traffic light system.

Pump it up: in the first half of 2014, British motorists bought 643,000 diesel cars

Boris Johnson's war on diesel

11 million cars here run on diesel. It's seen as a greener alternative to unleaded petrol. So why is Boris Johnson on a crusade against the black pump? Sam Philip investigates

One for the Road: Orthopaedic aid for a driver with an injured back

Philip Dunn has an injured back and needs an automatic and a reasonably big boot. He has £7,000 to £12,000 to spend.

The incredibly popular Ford Fiesta remains a favourite

Ford Fiesta is UK's most popular car of all-time, with sales topping 4.1 million since 1976

To celebrate this milestone, four Independent writers recall their Fiestas with pride
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