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Two cyclists who were killed in an alleged hit-and-run incident near Bristol have been named as a married couple.

Citroën C4

With the new C4, the French manufacturer has once again forgotten what it used to do best

Police appeal over movements of murdered girl

Police issued a new appeal today for information about the final movements of murdered schoolgirl Rebecca Aylward.

Two die in motorway blaze

Police were today investigating the cause of a motorway crash in which a two people died after their car burst into flames.

Rallying: All-conquering Loeb wins German Rally for a record eighth consecutive time

Defending world champion Sebastien Loeb won the German Rally for a record eighth consecutive time yesterday to extend his lead in the standings to 58 points.

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Loeb finds hard road easy but crash ruins Raikkonen's promising start

Sebastien Loeb continued his brilliant run in the World Rally Championship yesterday, building up a lead of almost half a minute by winning all four stages on the first day of the Rally Bulgaria.

Audi A1

Despite the hype, you have to warm to the Audi A1

Citroen unveils next-generation C4

Citroen has released the first pictures of the second-generation version of its Golf-sized C4, which will be displayed at September's Paris Motor Show, in line with the recent trend for car manufacturers to trail new models well in advance of their launches, rather than springing genuine surprises. The new car won't go on sale in the UK until early next year.

Rallying: Win in Turkey sees Loeb extend lead at the top

Defending FIA World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb extended his lead at the top of his season's standings by taking victory in the Rally of Turkey yesterday.

Loeb back on top with comfortable triumph

Six-times world champion Sébastien Loeb cruised to an easy victory in the Rally of Mexico yesterday to move top of the drivers' standings after two races.

Citroën DS3

They brought you iconic designs in the Forties and Fifties, and they're at it again with the first in the new DS range

Citroën DS3 1.6 THP DSport

Price: £15,900
Top speed: 133mph 0-60mph 7.3 seconds
Consumption: 42.2mpg
CO2 emissions:
155g/km
Best for: Mini owners who have tired of retro
Also worth considering? Alfa Romeo Mito, BMW Mini, Fiat 500

Citroën C3 Picasso 1.6HDi VTR+

Peugeot Citroën eyes tie-up with Mitsubishi

PSA Peugeot Citroën is in talks with Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Company in a move that could lead to full-blown "strategic alliance".

Rossi makes successful switch to four wheels

MotoGP world champion Valentino Rossi displayed his passion for four wheels by finishing second in the Monza rally in Italy yesterday.

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