With staycations booming this year, an invaluable new publication is the Caravan and Motorhome Club Buyers Guide 2021, which is full of information about the latest and most innovative motorhomes and campervans new to market.
An independent, expert and knowledgeable panel carried out full technical specification, design, use of space and usability reviews of 106 new-to-market leisure vehicles based on the important considerations when buying a motorhome or campervan, to help provide the information you’ll need to help with your next motorhome or campervan purchase.
Ford’s ‘sleeping policemen’ security system of advanced keyfobs has been extended to the latest Puma and Kuga models.
Introduced on Fiesta and Focus, they now include additional features which block attempts to read them and prevent thieves tricking the vehicles into starting and are part of a comprehensive anti-theft upgrade to Ford cars and commercial vehicles.
Volvo Cars is rolling out its first ever over-the-air (OTA) software update on the XC40 Recharge, the company’s first fully electric car.
Starting soon, XC40 Recharge drivers in Europe will receive a range of updates, including new features and improvements to the car’s infotainment and propulsion systems and OTA updates means that customers no longer have to visit a workshop in order to enjoy the latest software and new, updated features on their electric Volvo.
Subaru UK has revealed plans to grow and restructure its UK network from the roots up and has already appointed 3 new dealers with a further 7 new franchised retail sites set to join in the first half of 2021.
The product roadmap which includes the launch of exciting new models and full electric drivetrains prompts incredible growth potential for the brand in the UK so Subaru will look to welcome a minimum of 15 new franchises to its network in 2021 with new partners, and the departure of some existing dealers is crucial to help increase Subaru’s sales growth in the future.
Silverstone-based Lunaz has unveiled its first electric classic S-series Bentley in its soon to be expanded assembly plant.
It joins classic ev Jaguar, Range Rover and Rolls-Royce models from £350,000 plus taxes.
Renault is the most reliable car brand in world-wide markets, shows analysis for private plates supplier Click4Reg.
Globally, Mercedes-Benz is the least reliable, Ford follow and most prone to break down in Britain are BMWs.
The UK Government’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) is growing its fleet of Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Commercial vehicles to 96 models.
It ordered 16 last April but has now revisited the contract and dramatically raised it to replace its diesel vans based on its low emissions and practicality.