The New Land Rover Discovery has continued its predecessor’s incredible Tow Car Awards winning streak, having been named as the overall winner for 2017.
It is an accolade the previous Discovery had been awarded nine times over the previous ten years, culminating in it being chosen as Tow Car of the Decade in 2016.
Volkswagen Group will offer an extra two-year guarantee but no compensation to European customers who were deceived by its emissions results, said a European Commission spokesman.
It has paid millions of dollars compensation to US buyers for the same cars but says the EU models met regulations and law as laid down and the announcement is unlikely to stem the litigation underway in EU countries, including the UK.
Dads spend 1 hour 40 minutes and cover 40 miles a week on average driving their kids around, says Confused.com.
Dads have travelled as long as 2 hours 3 minutes on average in one trip – the equivalent of a £66.91 taxi fare while than one in 20 dads admitted to charging their child petrol money.
European new-car sales rose 7.7 percent in May from the same month a year ago, returning to growth after a dip in April and with nearly all automakers recording sales increases including VW on 8.4%.
Registrations in the European Union and EFTA markets increased to 1.43 million vehicles last month, industry association ACEA said which is close to the pre-recession 2007 level.
As Britain begins to pull out of the EU, the Continental market wants to scrap tariffs on Japanese car parts.
Japan would have to cut tariffs on dairy and meat products in return, but it shows there is a more open policy in Brussels than many believe.