Isuzu UK says renowned Welsh rugby player Shane Williams has once again chosen the Isuzu D-Max as his vehicle of choice, opting for the prestigious top-of-the-range V-Cross version for the seventh consecutive year.
This exciting partnership highlights the shared values of toughness, reliability, and a relentless pursuit of excellence that both Isuzu and Shane Williams embody.
Bentley Motors has made further investments in its customer experiences by creating new fully immersive, innovative and digitally engaging experiences at its Crewe headquarters from this week.
This significant development is a further extension of its landmark £2.5 billion investment in future product development and the Bentley ‘dream factory’ headquarters which employs over 4,000 people.
Škoda Auto has expanded its in-car infotainment ‘Offers’ app through the latest infotainment systems.
The free app offers over 100 discounted items ranging from refreshments and meals to travel and car care, as well as some special deals.
While the number of apprentices starting courses in the UK has still not returned to pre-pandemic levels, there has been an increase in those under the age of 19 starting apprenticeships with Volkswagen Group UK.
They have been starting with Audi, SEAT, CUPRA, ŠKODA, Volkswagen Passenger Cars and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles brands – and there are over 1,000 currently in training.
The Financial Ombudsman Service has revealed that the majority of complaints on motor finance commission brought over the past year were brought by third parties on behalf of customers.
These would typically be claims management companies and law firms and according to FOS figures complaints on motor finance in Q4 2021 were 1,592, more than doubled to 4,414 in Q4 2022.
The EU car market continued its growth trajectory, expanding by 15.2% in July – the twelfth consecutive month of growth.
New car registrations reached 851,156 units as the bloc recovers from last year’s component shortages and the four largest were: France (+19.9%), Germany (+18.1%), Spain (+10.7%) and Italy (+8.7%) and British dealers reported a 28.3% rise to out-perform the EU.