Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 21 October 2014

World's 50 Best Cars - from Jaguar and Porsche to Dacia and Kia

Porsche Panamera
porsche.com/uk, from £60,272
Porsche toyed with the idea of a four-door car for years before coming up with the Panamera. Those looks take a bit of getting used to but it’s roomy and there’s even a diesel version available.
Porsche Panamera
porsche.com/uk, from £60,272
Porsche toyed with the idea of a four-door car for years before coming up with the Panamera. Those looks take a bit of getting used to but it’s roomy and there’s even a diesel version available.
Rolls-Royce Ghost
rolls-roycemotorcars.com, from £200,500
BMW successfully reimagined the Mini, now it’s reinventing Rolls-Royce. The Ghost captures the elegance for which the RR badge is famous.
Rolls-Royce Ghost
rolls-roycemotorcars.com, from £200,500
BMW successfully reimagined the Mini, now it’s reinventing Rolls-Royce. The Ghost captures the elegance for which the RR badge is famous.
Citroën C3 Picasso
citroen.co.uk, from £12,995
Practical, stylish and keenly priced, the C3 Picasso offers a lot more space and comfort for the money than most rivals – and it’s better value still if you can catch a discount offer.
Citroën C3 Picasso
citroen.co.uk, from £12,995
Practical, stylish and keenly priced, the C3 Picasso offers a lot more space and comfort for the money than most rivals – and it’s better value still if you can catch a discount offer.

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