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Nissan Juke Tekna 1.0 DIG-T 117 DCT — With its comfortable ride, nifty handling, swish cabin, and practical boot, the very likeable and good-to-drive Juke is hard to beat.
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McLaren GT — The 203mph McLaren GT is probably the most chilled and relaxed supercar out there!
Kia Niro 1.6 GDi HEV '3' DCT — Easy-to-live-with, easy-to-drive and very convincing all-rounder that, for many owners, will be the cat's pyjamas!
BMW iX xDrive50 — BMW's all-electric SUV is pricey, but you do get a 380-mile range between charge-ups.
Honda Civic Type R GT 2.0 VTEC Turbo — Let off its leash, the 'R' is a 169mph riot. One of the most beguiling performance cars at any price.
Skoda Kodiaq SE L 1.5 TSI 150PS DSG — Go big with a Kodiaq and you'll find that Skoda's family-friendly SUV doesn't just talk the talk but walks the walk. Convincingly!
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Click to read the reviewAppleseed: Ex Machina — Visionary Japanese director Shinji Aramaki and internationally-acclaimed producer John Woo (Face/Off, Brokeback Mountain) unite to create the outstanding animated science fiction epic Appleseed: Ex Machina — based on the Seishinsha comic book by Shirow Masamune and a world away from ordinary anim้.

With all the hallmarks of John Woo's films, Appleseed: Ex Machina is a thrilling and spectacular science fiction adventure featuring next-generation technology that makes it even more sophisticated and explosive than its predecessor.

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INA FORSMAN | Don't Lose Today
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LuckFind it in the Land of Luck, on Apple TV+ from 5 August
Landy and Friends — Fun-filled adventures with Landy and Fender
to delight children and Land Rover fanatics alike.
The heart-warming Master Cheng
In cinemas now.
Worzel Gummidge — On DVD and Digital Download.
Puss in Boots: The Last Wish — first-look trailer ahead of October cinema debut
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Click to read the reviewThe Cloud Room |
Described as "jerky, rattling, nu wave-influenced, indie pop stomp with a vocal that has enraptured The Cloud Room's live audiences over and over again", Blackout! is destined for the 'favourites' slot in our driving playlist and is the perfect follow-up to the hugely successful, limited-edition Hey Now Now.

The lyrical content, in the words of the publicity machine, "sounds like a fairytale Apocalypse on acid (...we were making wishes on some missiles we mistook for shooting stars...). The track showcases J's voice in all of its self-consciously Bryan Ferry crossed with David Bowie mutant glory.
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