The new generation Hyundai i20N series is in showrooms from under £25,000.
It features a new powertrain with 204ps 1.6 petrol engine, advanced differential and traction control, massive display cluster and usual 5 year unlimited mileage warranty.
Half of drivers (51%) believe they are paying too much for car insurance given how little they have been driving since the pandemic, with a similar proportion (50%) unable to switch to a cheaper policy without getting charged, research for RAC Pay by Mile Insurance has found.
Of those motorists who feel they are now paying too much for their insurance given they are driving so much less, 50% know they would get charged if they cancelled their current policies in seek of a better deal elsewhere – highlighting the inflexibility of many conventional car insurance policies at a time when travel behaviours are changing drastically just 3% – knew they could cancel their current policies without incurring an exit fee.
With the UK government reconfirming ‘Freedom Day’ as 17 July, the British Motor Showsponsored by Cinch is all systems go to become the first major motor show of 2021 to go ahead with no Covid-19 restrictions.
The UK’s most hotly anticipated automotive event will be a not-to-be-missed extravaganza with more than 20 of the top car brands on sale in the UK will be represented at the show 19-22 August at Farnborough International Expo Centre.
Underpinning the all-new Nissan Qashqai is the new Alliance CMF-C platform, which has allowed Nissan’s product-planners, designers and engineers to create a vehicle which succeeds in reconciling the challenging customer demands in terms of design, spaciousness, dynamics and carbon footprint.
One of the most significant factors in the dynamic performance is the overall increase of stiffness in the new Qashqai’s body in white – with a 48% improvement compared to the outgoing model, which means Nissan’s engineers have been able to more precisely tune the suspension spring and damper rates for consistent performance.
Entries for this year’s very special 125th anniversary edition of the Royal Automobile Club’s magical RM Sotheby’s London to Brighton Veteran Car Run open on 22 June.
In true tradition, this milestone staging of what is the world’s longest running motoring event takes place on the first Sunday of November – this year Sunday 7 November – and commemorates the famous Emancipation Run of November 1896 which celebrated the passing into law of the Locomotive on the Highway Act and started the motoring age in Britain.