Hyundai Motor UK has launched an industry-first online service and repair plan platform which allows customers and dealers to build tailored packages based on driving habits, vehicle age, mileage and usage.
Moving away from the traditional ‘fixed price’ service plan options, Hyundai’s innovative new offering will allow customers to access a plan that is priced based on their individual requirements, with a flexible approach to payment integrated into the website.
EU tariffs of 10 percent on Japanese cars and 3 percent on most car parts are ending.
Toyota’s Group’s market share in the EU was 4.7 percent say car makers, Nissan had a 3.3 percent share while Honda had a 0.9 percent share and Japanese parts suppliers Denso, Aoisin Seiki and JTEKT will gain as well.
Vauxhall’s Insignia has been ranked best-in-class by JD Power in its 2018 UK Vehicle Dependability Study.
The report, released by JD Power, studied the experiences of more than 13,500 original owners of vehicles in the UK over the past 12 months.
Mercedes-Benz Vans UK Ltd is dipping its toe into online vehicle sales platform for the new X-Class.
The new online sales platform will see a limited supply of the EDITION 1 X-Class available to purchase online.
The Motor Insurance Bureau has agreed to handle claims from victims of terrorist attacks where a vehicle was used.
This removes the onus from individual companies to pay compensation.