cinch reports there’s been an unprecedented upsurge in searches for convertibles from ever-optimistic Brit car buyers looking to purchase a car that will allow them to literally feel the wind in their hair and the sun on their face.
From 4 January to 26 April, cinch saw a 303% increase in convertible car views, with views steady ever since and last week alone convertible searches spiked following reports a scorcher of a Bank holiday weekend was coming and led by Audi R8 Convertible.
What Car? has run a poll of 1,571 used in-market buyers to find out how receptive used buyers are to buying their next vehicle entirely online.
The findings of the research showed 94% of respondents stated that they are either very or fairly confident in buying their next used car from a franchised dealer, compared with 63% from a car supermarket, 55% from an independent dealer and 20% from an online-only provider.
Visitors can celebrate and pay tribute to the best of the British motor industry when the British Motor Museum hosts the ‘BMC & Leyland Show’ on Sunday 11 July.
A huge range of British marques will be on display that were produced by the British Motor Corporation, British Leyland and The Rover Group and this year the show will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Morris Marina.
Astonishingly, there are over 12,000 road traffic accidents each year caused by some form of impairment or distraction.
Now the Compensation Experts group of claims handlers has looked at the in-car systems rated worst by users and the MG ZS EV is most hated, followed by the Fiat 500X and Skoda Citigo-e iV and the best were Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid, MB CLA and BMW 3 Series with Live Cockpit Pro.