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Buying a second hand car this autumn – our tips for getting it right 0

Autumn is an especially busy time for the second-hand car market. Buying a used car can be a minefield at the best of times, so it’s important to know what to look for, and what to prevent against when looking for a good quality second-hand motor. Be warned! There are some dodgy sellers out there.(…)

The 2016 Skoda Superb Looks, Well… Superb 0

The Skoda Superb is an executive car which, having been present since 2001 is now in its third generation. This new generation has really demonstrated the climb and direction which the Czech manufacturer has taken in the last few years. As one of the biggest car manufacturers at this moment in time, Skoda’s flagship car(…)

Auto Sales In China 0

The release of financial information when each quarter of the year ends, provides valuable insights into specific markets and reliable information those who analyse them to gauge what will happen next. Although we aren’t experts in economics, we are extremely interested to see what has happened to the world’s leading automotive market in the first(…)

The Lamborghini Centenario the Star of Geneva 0

The 2016 Geneva International Show is all but over now. However, with all the beauty of the show, there is one moment that motor enthusiasts cannot stop thinking about. That moment, if you are unfamiliar with the show is the moment Stephan Winkelmann (president and CEO of Lamborghini) unveiled the new Centenario. The Centenario, has(…)

On-going issues in Europe pose threat to automobile industry, warns Daimler chief 0

With the potential ‘Brexit’ and the migrant crisis, Europe has got carmakers in a spin. The potential dismantling of Europe’s Schengen free-travel agreement to help deal with the flow of refugees and migrants poses a threat to the auto industry and leaves their manufacturing system extremely vulnerable, according to chief executives of both Opel and(…)

Cars are getting less reliable, finds JD Power survey 0

‘Trust no one’ – not even your car, apparently. Consulting company J.D. Power released their annual auto dependability study earlier this week. The study measures problems per 100 vehicles based on responses from around 33,560 original owners of 2013 model year vehicles. The average problems per vehicle this year were up from last years, causing(…)

Tesla to debut Model 3 range on March 31st 0

For fans of tech and automobiles alike, the elusive new Tesla model has been hotly anticipated for a while, with no one knowing when it might appear; it’s basically the car equivalent of a Beyonce album. An all-electric vehicle poised to rival BMW’s 3 Series, the Model 3’s upcoming unveiling has been confirmed by Tesla(…)

Google looking at wireless charging for autonomous cars 0

Not content with just making their cars driverless, Google are looking at making their cars plugless. With autonomous driving the phrase on every industry insider’s lips at the moment, Google are leading the charge in developing a sustainable, practical and very viable plan to ensure driverless technology does not remain a hypothetical. Alphabet, Google’s parent(…)

Insurance companies join forces amidst the rise of driverless cars 0

Though usually seen as corporate, money-hungry baddies, insurance companies find themselves having to join forces to insure their own future in an ever-changing industry. Insurance giants find themselves in a bit of a role reversal with the likes of AXA, Direct Line and Aviva responsible for the formation of a new group, the Automated Driving(…)

SUVs come out on top for the first time in Europe 0

4×4 adds up to 100 for Europeans as car sales reveal that SUVs are now Europe’s best selling type of car. SUVs have been getting more and more popular for some time, but official numbers have shown that SUV registrations totalled 3.2 million in 2015, a rise of 24% from the year before, according to(…)