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Horror crash survivor McNish vows to race again in three weeks

Allan McNish, survivor of a dramatic high-speed crash at the Le Mans 24-hour race, defiantly declared last night: "I'll be back."

Seven-year-old girl killed in car crash

A seven-year-old girl was killed today and a woman is fighting for her life after a two-car collision, police said.

Three held on elderly couple murder

Detectives have arrested three men on suspicion of murdering an elderly Italian couple who were found dead in their home.

Car Choice: Jane's dilemma: Gallic flair, or efficiency and reliability?

Jane Grimwood has a 10-year-old Peugeot 206 1.6 which is due for replacement as it has now covered an impressive 162,000 miles.

Peugeot sharpens up the 308

Peugeot is introducing a comprehensive series of updates for its Golf-sized 308. The most obvious visual change is a heavily modified and more stylish nose, inspired by the frontal treatment of the company's SR1 concept car. This new look is also shared with the bigger 508 saloon, which will arrive in UK showrooms in the next couple of months.

Peugeot 508

It may not be 'premium', but this new GT matches anything from Audi, BMW or Mercedes

Three killed in M4 motorway crash

Three people have been killed and two others injured, including a six-month-old baby, in an accident on the M4.

Peugeot 508 prices released

Peugeot has released prices and outline specifications for the 508 saloon and estate which go on sale in the UK in April. The new range, which starts at £18,150 will replace the company's current 407 models.

The Secret History Of: The Peugeot Peppermill

It looks like a classic wooden peppermill. You've probably used one without realising. But it is, in fact, a Peugeot peppermill. Yes, it turns out that the French company has been making pepper, salt and coffee mills for longer than it has been making cars. Who knew?

Iranian President auctions car for charity

Iran's populist President is putting his 33-year-old Peugeot up for auction for a charity that funds housing projects for young people.

Citroën C4

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

Peugeot 'did not crash test for heavier drivers'

Peugeot has not crash-tested one of its cars for any driver weighing more than 12 stone 4lb (78kg), an inquest heard today.

Peugeot defends car over inquest query

Questions were raised about the safety of a Peugeot car today following the death of a middle-aged woman in a head-on smash.

Peugeot Ion

You'll save thousands on fuel, and might even help save the planet, but the new Peugeot Ion will end up costing you a packet
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