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New Jaguar C-X75

The all new Jaguar C-X75 has been developed to celebrate the company’s 75th anniversary but this car proves why they have remained at the top of the game this long. The Jaguar C-X75 is everything you would expect for the name. Sleek, elegant and crafted, from whatever angle you look …

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Electric Volkswagen Golf

If there is anyone who will take the definitive leap forward in electric technology it will be the Germans, as their sound bite goes “vorsprung durch technik” and they do not usually disappoint. The government is currently subsidising the purchase of new electric cars to the tune of £5,000 but …

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Car Insurance Premium Costs to Increase

The last six years have seen a change in the manner in which insurance companies operate, they have started adding costs for services that were traditionally seen as free. Now when you renew your car insurance, make policy changes or amend your details there are further charges. Research has shown …

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Why MOT Should Be Yearly

The Department of Transport are currently holding discussions about bringing Britain’s MOT system in line with the rest of Europe by scrapping the annual MOT test.  On the continent, it is common for all new cars to only be tested for the first time, four years after they are manufactured …

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Sat Nav in your rear view mirror

Like it or not, the Satellite Navigation system is here to stay, unless of course all of the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites fall out of their orbits or an Electromagnetic Pulse wipes out all of our technology.  To be honest if either of these apocalyptic scenarios occurred, I think …

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Car demand rise as 1 in 5 people planning to buy cars

Despite the car market having to contend with the loss of the scrappage scheme (proof if proof were needed that even on their last legs the Labour government could still spin with the best of them – imagine if you will a £2000 subsidy ostensibly from the government that actually …

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Best Compact SUV

Customers looking for the combined assurance of solid road holding, ample storage space, excellent legroom and stylish modelling need to take a look at the compact SUV market.  These rugged little off-road vehicles were originally built around a truck chassis but lately there has been a shift in design to …

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Citroen DS3 Gets a Fashionable Review

If you are one of those who felt the Citreon’s DS3 was not exactly dressed to thrill then you should take a look at the special edition version that has been given a fashion make over. The DS3 was recently given the full glad rags treatment and used as the …

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Vauxhall re-write the Warranty book

Vauxhall has shook up the car industry by announcing that all cars manufactured from the 1st August onwards, will come with a lifetime warranty. The initiative will start immediately and steals a march on the Kia whose seven-year warranty has been instrumental in establishing the brand in the UK. The …

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Electric Car Charging Network Safe

There are many around who are panicking over the up and coming government cuts and cost saving measures but one area that is guaranteed to be cut free is the planned national network of electric car charging points. The high-profile scheme, which is intended to provide cover across all major …

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