Nissan introduces the LEAF10, a special edition of the popular all-electric car, to celebrate a decade of sales as the first mass-market EV in the world.
Available in UK dealerships from February, LEAF10 introduces a new bold body colour to the Nissan palette, complemented by exquisite pattern detailing on the exterior from £28,820 OTR (including the Plug in Car Grant).
Kia Motors (UK) is recalling 965 Sorento models to reset and update the eCall system and made between September and December last year.
In case of an accident, the Sorento’s eCall system normally transmits the vehicle identification number (VIN) to the emergency call centre but if an airbag were to be deployed in one of the affected vehicles the VIN would not be transmitted and the reset will overcome this issue.
Ford and Google today will collaborate to reinvent the connected vehicle experience.
Ford named Google Cloud its preferred cloud provider to leverage Google’s world-class expertise in data, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML).
The average value of a used car bought online has risen to £7,530 during lockdown three as consumer confidence in buying digitally increases.
In the first lockdown, data from warranty company Händler Protect showed the average value of a used car sold by an independent dealer was £5,600, but this figure has risen sharply with each lockdown as customers become more used to the process of dealing with dealers digitally, the amount of money they are prepared to spend online has grown.
Classic vehicle insurance specialists Footman James congratulated the British Motor Museum on winning Collection of the Year honours at the Royal Automobile Club’s Historic Awards for 2020.
The Footman James supported award was presented to the museum for having risen above the challenges thrown up by Coronavirus to put in place an innovative and engaging programme for virtual visitors.
The FairFuelUK campaign has said it would be political folly if the Government now raised duty in the upcoming Budget to pay towards Covid-19 Treasury losses.
Households are struggling with less money and increased unemployment and some Tory MPs are being urged to oppose the increase to safeguard their seats.