The latest issue of DieselCar & EcoCar magazine is on sale now

As the country slowly returns to a new kind of normality, the DieselCar and EcoCar team have been busy finalising this year’s Top 50, where we name the very best cars on sale today. In this year’s awards, we name 23 category winners alongside the countdown from 50 to number 1, and you’ll just have to pick up a copy to find out who the frontrunners are.

We’ve got news of the all-new Citroën C4 and Vauxhall Mokka, the strikingly different BMW 4 Series Coupé, as well as the first information on the Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake. There’s updates to the MINI Countryman, Hyundai Santa Fe, Peugeot 308, SEAT Ateca, Toyota Hilux and the coupé and cabriolet versions of the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, while in EcoCar, there’s news of the Toyota Highlander hybrid, disguised shots of the Skoda Enyaq and the first photos of the facelifted Kia Picanto.

We’ve been trying out a trio of new Volkswagen Group products, with the Volkswagen Golf, SEAT Leon and Skoda Octavia all coming under scrutiny by our test team. Is the Golf as good as before, is the Leon still the sportiest and is the Octavia out in front in terms of spaciousness? Ford’s new Kuga mild hybrid diesel is also tested, and we’ve driven the Honda Jazz Crosstar, Skoda Citigo-e iV and the Bentley Bentayga Hybrid. This month’s twin test sees a pair of electric superminis go head-to-head, with Renault’s revitalised Zoe facing the new Vauxhall Corsa-e.

In addition to favourites like Doctor Diesel, The Extra Mile, Legal i, Buying, Selling and Maintaining, Marketplace, and the most up-to-date vehicle statistics anywhere in the magazine world, there’s three new columns called Autojumble, Motorgrump and Retrospective. If you haven’t seen DieselCar and EcoCar magazine lately, be sure to pick up a copy to test drive the latest content.

The July/August 2020 issue of DieselCar and EcoCar is on sale now in local newsagents, supermarkets, convenience stores, WH Smiths, airports, railway stations and motorway service stations . Instead of taking potluck as to whether your local newsagent has sold out or not, or indeed whether it is open, why not subscribe to your favourite magazine and save money as a result, if you haven’t already done so. Visit or call our subscriptions hotline on 01268 288515 for a rundown of all the latest deals, including three issues for just £14.99 and 15 issues for £44.99, if you pay by Direct Debit. We even do a £4.95 pay as you go subscription by Direct Debit, which ensures the magazine is delivered to your door before it goes on sale, and you save the postage and packaging charge. By logging onto, you can order one of our extensive stock of digital back issues and even buy yourself an electronic edition that works on the iPad or iPhone, Android, PC, MAC or Kindle. Alternatively, Diesel Car Magazine is also available on iTunes, via the App Store on your Apple device.

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