Thu 11 Aug 2022
TRAVELODGE has exchanged contracts for its 69-room hotel on Forge Island — part of its £160 million expansion programme.
By Tom Sharpe on Fri 05 Aug 2022
VAUXHALL’S transformation under the French/Italian ownership of Stellantis is almost complete.
By Tom Sharpe on Sun 24 Jul 2022
JUST when we started to fear that Land Rover’s new Defender might never be offered with the distinctive warble of a V8, the British brand delivered.
SUZUKI has been ranked as the top automotive brand for customer satisfaction in the Institute of Customer Service’s UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI).
By Tom Sharpe on Sun 17 Jul 2022
TRUE to Kia’s desire to bring car buyers choice as it pursues a record year in a stuttering market, it has now added a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) to its new Sportage SUV line-up.
By Tom Sharpe on Sat 16 Jul 2022
WHEN Kia launched the Ceed in 2006 it would have been targeting the Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra.
By Tom Sharpe on Sun 03 Jul 2022
HONDA describes the new Civic hatchback — the car that signals the electrification of the brand’s UK range — as “the driver’s hybrid”.
By Tom Sharpe on Sun 26 Jun 2022
IN all those years under the motor show lights there have been few resulting cars that genuinely felt like a vision of the future — something that responds to the “mobility trends” carmakers like to harp on about.
By Admin on Thu 23 Jun 2022
CAR sales experts at the National Franchised Dealers Association have said that new car sales have declined this year but that interest in electric vehicles is still high.
By Tom Sharpe on Sun 19 Jun 2022
THE gargling thrum of a five-cylinder turbocharged Audi engine is among the things I’ll miss when the automotive sector finally transitions wholly to electric vehicles (EV).
By Tom Sharpe on Sat 18 Jun 2022
THE Cupra brand will launch three new cars over the next three years as it targets annual sales of 500,000 units.
By Tom Sharpe on Sun 12 Jun 2022
SKODA is a brand that continues to over-deliver.
By Tom Sharpe on Sat 11 Jun 2022
MERCEDES-Benz has harnessed its success from Formula One to create the £2.2 million AMG ONE hypercar.
By Tom Sharpe on Sun 05 Jun 2022
IT would be fair to say that Suzuki has received more of an electric shock than most carmakers after regulations were introduced across the globe in the battle to curb vehicle emissions.
By Tom Sharpe on Sat 04 Jun 2022
VOLKSWAGEN Group has ended a UK dieselgate litigation, comprised of over 70,000 claimants, with the payment of a £193m out of court settlement.
By Admin on Mon 30 May 2022
IT should only take three seconds to move off when traffic lights change to green, new RAC research reveals, and anything longer is likely to lead to anger and frustration for those behind kept waiting.