J&J Motors of South Wales has collected prestigious British awards from Suzuki GB.
Sussex based dealer Eastbourne Suzuki was crowned overall National Dealer of the Year while J&J Bridgend (above) provided the Best Customer Experience throughout the year and J&J Motors also received a 25 Years long service award for its Swansea based dealer and Gwyndaf Evans Motors of Dolgellau was recognised for 15 years of operations.
Lawrence Price, a longstanding non-executive director will become Non-Executive Chairman of Morgan Motor Company from the beginning of this week.
Lawrence Price is the great grandson of the founder, HFS Morgan, and has long been closely associated with the company and first joined the board as a non-executive director in 2012.
The British Motor Museum will host an exclusive opportunity for visitors to look around the Museum’s Collection Centre at a special evening on Tuesday 10 January.
Visitors will have 3 hours to explore the 4,500m2 building which holds over 200 cars from the British Motor Museum and Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust’s collections, and it houses some of the oldest British cars, to sports cars and one-off prototypes, some of which have rarely been on display to the public before.
The £34,500 MINI Seaside Edition celebrates 30 years of the popular convertible.
It comes in Caribbean Aquaa blue with 18-inch Pulse Spoke two-tone wheels, unique decals and the 178hp Cooper S engine, from March.
Car auctions have remained surprisingly bouyant through 2022, according to a statement from their national association.
The National Association of Motor Auctions has been told by members that book values dipped by under 2% over December and that demand for commercial vehicles was better than usual.
The VW Golf was the model which Close Brothers Finance lent most often to buy last year.
Then motorists next popular car was the Ford Fiesta with the BMW 3 Series in third place.
From 2026, Audi will only launch all-electric models onto the global market, gradually phasing out production of its combustion models by 2033.
Based on this clear decision made as part of its Vorsprung 2030 corporate strategy, Audi is now taking steps to prepare its global facilities for the production of all-electric cars.