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Feb 19

Volkswagen Chiefs Confirm Cheaper Electric Cars


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An affordable, mass market electric car costing less than £18,000 is set to be launched by Volkswagen, company bosses have confirmed.

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Jan 19

Is it Still a Good Idea to Buy Diesel Vehicles?


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The United Kingdom’s love affair with diesel vehicles appears to be on the wane, and new car sales figures from 2018 reveal that public trust in the industry has also collapsed, with a 30 percent fall in the registrations of such vehicles.

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Jul 18

3 Bargain Used Cars for New Drivers


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Buying a used car is one of the simplest ways to cut down on the costs associated with motoring, particularly for new drivers who are just buying their first vehicle. There is no reason why owning a used car should not result in a hassle-free ownership experience – so long as you make sure to purchase one of the best used vehicles on the market.

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Jun 18

The Ford Cortina: Rust-bucket… or Style Icon?


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Once upon a time the Ford Cortina seemed to be the company car of choice for almost every sales rep or middle manager out there, but these days an Audi or a BMW are more likely to achieve that honour. However, there is no denying the history of uproarious success enjoyed by the Ford Cortina.

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Apr 18

So You Want to Buy a Convertible?


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Few other vehicles are able to offer such a winning combination of style and comfort as the convertible. However, there are a number of things that potential buyers, especially inexperienced or new drivers, need to keep in mind when they make a decision to buy a convertible, including the understanding that purchasing such a vehicle brings with it a certain number of disadvantages as well as advantages.

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Mar 18

Fuel Sipping Second Hand Cars


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The purchase price of a second hand car is not the only thing that budget conscious drivers have to think about, with additional costs such as fuel, insurance and road tax also all having to be factored into the equation. With both diesel and petrol continuing to increase in price all the time, it is more vital than ever to choose a motor vehicle that is going to be economical to operate.

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Jul 17

Britain’s All-Time Bestselling Cars


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Motor vehicle enthusiasts can argue over which cars are best, but the one thing there is no arguing with is sales figures, and on that basis alone there are ten automobiles that really stand out from the crowd in the history of the United Kingdom. So which are the top ten bestselling cars ever in Great Britain?

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Jul 17

Manual or Automatic: A Guide for Young Drivers


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The choice between an automatic or manual car is one that divides many road users, and while Americans seem to prefer the automatic, the preference in the United Kingdom seems to be very much towards the more physically demanding manual. Still, the choice remains, and it’s a particularly potent one for new drivers and young drivers, as their initial choice is likely to be the one they stick with for the rest of their driving lives. So which is best – manual or automatic?

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Feb 17

Petrol’s Going Up: And it’s Not the Only Thing…


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It’s indisputable that many of us are not earning enough to pay for everyday expenses as it is, without the situation becoming worse. The fact is that experts are warning that Brexit is going to cost us more than we expected, on top of rising rents, food prices, warnings of significant rises in the cost of a new car, and now an increase in petrol – at present the highest it’s been in two years, but set to rise even further. While we are not the only country where people at the bottom – and increasingly, people in the middle – are struggling, further price rises and the real, unknown cost of Brexit, are making things a lot worse.

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Dec 16

Cheap-to-Run Secondhand Cars


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For those drivers looking to buy a secondhand car, especially new drivers, you want something cheap to run, that’s not going to cost you an arm and a leg to insure. Some secondhand vehicles are better and cheaper to run than others, so a recent survey found, which looked at ten of the best previously owned vehicles that were up to eight years old.

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