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Like a quattro, but faster and more responsive
Brilliant handling, direct steering, fabulous engine note, roomy interior
Comfortable ride, many different options available, cool looking estate, Equipe special edition looks great, a great first-time classic car
Balanced handling, good build quality, rust-free (ish) from 1981, turbo, and S model both quick and fun
Fast, pretty and good to drive. The definitive sporting Jaguar saloon which they got right (second time). 3.4 and 3.8-litre cars still genuinely quick.
Cars Of The 1980s
Red braces, filofaxes and pinstriped cars - welcome to the '80s
Brilliant steering and handling, lots of power and pace, 8V drivertrain is bulletproof, it's a 1980s icon
Grace, pace and space. It's getting better as the years go by. Lots of versions to choose from - six-cylinder cars are brilliant.
Brilliant handling, torquey and refined engines, brisk performance (fast in the turbos)
Great handling, brilliant styling, excellent performance, a very cool 1980s hot hatchback that everyone's cottoning-on to
Cheap and fun, familiar mechanical package
Cars of The 1970s
Our pick of five great cars to buy from the decade that taste forgot
Brilliant to drive, great performance, and utterly classless
Looks cool and was in 'Life on Mars'. Simple to fix, and get parts for.
Otherworldly ride comfort, effortless long distance cruising, roomy interior, head-turning looks
The ultimate supercar of the '70s, brilliant V12 engine, amazing styling with scissor doors, and QV models capable of well over 180mph
Turbo punch, excellent roadholding, chunky looks
Cars Of The 1960s
Our pick of five great classics to buy from the swinging sixties
Good to look at, fun to drive, amazing parts availability, the archetypal classic roadster and coupe
Beautiful styling, excellent road manners, and in real terms, for a car with such iconic status, values are still realistic.
Gorgeous looks, fun to drive, endlessly tuneable
Low-key looks, higher performance than the standard Mini-Cooper