Citroën has announced UK pricing and specification details for New C5 Aircross SUV.
Prices start at £23,225 and the UK ‘on sale’ date for New C5 Aircross SUV is Monday 4 February, with order books opening across the Citroën dealer network on Monday 3 December.
The fall in fuel prices has been welcomed by the RAC, which has been pressing for the cut to match that of wholesalers.
RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams said, “This is excellent news for motorists as it should spark cuts from all retailers bringing the price of petrol down nationwide from its current average of 130.46p a litre. But this is sadly long overdue given the fact the wholesale price of unleaded has been low enough for a significant reduction at the pumps since mid-October.”
The average person in Wales commutes 39 miles a week.
Rachel Kellett, Head of Qualifications and Product Development at the Association of Accounting Technicians said, “The impact our jobs have on our lives spreads far beyond the workplace, taking in days of commuting and thousands of pounds.”
The all-new Mazda3 will make its world premiere at the Los Angeles Auto Show at the end of this month.
It boasts new platform, body and the latest Skyactiv powertrain as it introduced a new generation of Mazda cars.
Vauxhall Opel is back on a steady financial course, it says.
A year after beginning its Pace programme, the European subsidiary of PSA has cut costs 28% and posted a profit of €502M and will meet planned CO2 targets as it rolls out a comprehensive EV programme.
Nissan is making this autumn even brighter for car buyers with the announcement of some dazzling offers.
The limited time PCP offers are available across the manufacturer’s range until January 6th, allowing drivers to add plenty of colour to their motoring whether they’re looking for a crossover, supermini, electric vehicle, pick-up or high-performance sports car.
BMW has followed Aston Martin and looked into air freighting components into the UK after Brexit.
MINI and Rolls-Royce use imported parts for their Oxford and Goodwood operations.