Mitsubishi Motors in the UK has registered the final Mitsubishi Shogun and added it to its fleet of heritage vehicles after 37 years and 114,164 British sales.
The Shogun SWB Barbarian was one of the last examples of the formidable 4×4 icon to make its way into the UK via the brand’s Portbury-based import centre, following the end of European production at the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation manufacturing facility in Sakahogi, Gifu, Japan.
Renting out an empty driveway to motorists looking for somewhere to park can provide stability in times of uncertainty, advises YourParkingSpace.co.uk.
It follows downbeat forecasts from the Bank of England which cut the UK growth forecast, along with other sobering messages if there was a no-deal Brexit.
However, property owners across the UK are renting out their driveways to boost household income, advises the online parking portal, as the country faces an uncertain future.
SsangYong Motors UK has been awarded a contract to supply 32 vehicles to Highways England, to be deployed initially in Highways England areas in the north west, south east and the midlands.
To help with the operation, 32 Highways England SsangYong Musso have been specifically modified by Babcock International, based in Walsall, near Birmingham and fitted with hi-vis orange and yellow livery, 360-degree lighting including a roof mounted lightbar.
BMW Group UK has partnered with EMaC to provide a new ‘Pay Monthly’ Service Plan for sales and service customers.
This initiative is in line with the Brand’s strategic commitment to delivering ‘Best for Customer’ products and programmes which support in driving customer satisfaction and loyalty for BMW and MINI brands.