BMW is considering whether it needs to recall models in the UK after a million were found with potential fire risks in the US.
There are two issues being investigated, one on 3 Series models and the other more widespread and affected models are being examined.
Mitsubishi Motors in the UK has answered the changing requirements of today’s car buyers with the launch of its highly flexible Mitsubishi Buy Online facility.
Designed to offer users the ultimate in convenience and transparency, Mitsubishi Buy Online differs from other internet-based vehicle portals in that customers can choose how much or how little they use the online service in their car-buying process.
Volkswagen is looking at a UK banking licence to permit it to provide car loans after Brexit.
It holds a £15 Billion loan book in Britain, the largest of any in-house finance arm with its broad brand range, and it would be difficult to trade without a UK licence after 2019.
Major car makers are coming together to create a pan-European electric vehicle charging network.
BMW, VW, Daimler and Ford are working on the project but the 400 fast charging points are a fraction of those which will be needed inside three years.
London plans to speed up introduction of the ultra low emission zone will cause serious problems for commercial operators.
Leasing and haulage companies say they will be severely affected by the introduction of the clean zone on 8 April 2019, nearly 18-months before intended.
Car insurance companies are “burying” premium price rise details in renewal notices, says the Financial Conduct Authority.
Legislation requiring transparency has not been fully complied with and now the companies may have to lay out changes in a set and prescribed manner from which they cannot deviate.