Thu 11 Aug 2022
TRAVELODGE has exchanged contracts for its 69-room hotel on Forge Island — part of its £160 million expansion programme.
By Gareth Dennison on Tue 26 May 2020
MCLAREN announced 1,200 job losses — but has not released details of how its Rotherham factory might be affected.
By Admin on Mon 18 May 2020
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 27 Apr 2020
FORD has revealed that it will not produce another version of its iconic Focus RS hot hatch after EU emissions regulations contributed to its imminent disappearance from dealerships.
WITH the majority of us keeping our cars off the road at the moment it’s important to take steps to keep your vehicle in prime condition.
By Admin on Mon 17 Feb 2020
We've all heard the line about the Leopard changing its spots… but a Puma?
By Admin on Tue 04 Feb 2020
Insignia now even more green than before.
By Tom Sharpe on Tue 04 Feb 2020
FRESH from being crowned International Van of the Year 2020, the Transit Custom Plug-in Hybrid was pivotal to Ford being named What Van?’s Green Manufacturer of the Year.
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 03 Feb 2020
Funny name, but the Korando has lots going for it
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 20 Jan 2020
SITTING on a train to London writing up a review of the Citroen C5 Aircross it’s not hard to think of a good place to start.
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 13 Jan 2020
VOLKSWAGEN has made various attempts over the years to break into more premium territory with upmarket models and 2019 brought us new versions of the flagship Touareg SUV and this, the Arteon.
By Tom Sharpe on Thu 02 Jan 2020
WITH zero emissions electric vehicles (EV) dominating the political agenda in 2019 and motorists continuing to flock towards SUVs, the car buying ended the decade in a confusing state.
By Michael Upton on Fri 25 Oct 2019
A CLASSIC car fan was impressed with how a marvellous Morgan had been restored — and stunned to find out it was his own cherished motor, which had been secretly spruced up by his son.
THERE were some stunning sights — and the odd scary one — as classic car fans showed off their prize motors.
By Tom Sharpe on Wed 21 Aug 2019
BRITISH-built cars look set to become a rare thing with the prospect of Honda closing its Swindon plant and Nissan shifting its X-Trail production plans to Japan.
By Tom Sharpe on Mon 12 Aug 2019
SITING behind the wheel of the Jaguar I-Pace it is hard not to persuade yourself that the future has finally arrived.