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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

The very best classic cars from across the country, as nominated by classic car clubs in the UK, are set for a final face-off in the Meguiar’s Club Showcase at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, at Birmingham’s NEC from November 11-13.

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Staycations or stay-at-home holidays in the UK are set for a boost with, for the first time, personal contract purchase (PCP) becoming widely available in the motorhome and touring caravan market.

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Like one of the car owners previously featured, I also spent my National Service at Bulford Barracks, Salisbury Plain, and learnt to drive at Houndstone Camp, Yeovil, Somerset.

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My first car was a Reliant Regal MkI made of aluminium nailed onto a wooden frame with a plywood floor, all screwed to a simple hollow chassis.

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If you’re looking to buy a used Volkswagen, now’s the time to do it.

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More than a million parents are left with the same messy motoring dilemma every Monday morning – getting their company car fit for business after a weekend with the kids.

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Volkswagen’s Passat Estate Alltrack lifted the overall trophy, as well as class and category wins, in The Caravan Club Towcar of the Year 2017 competition.

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Britain’s best used cars for 2016 have been revealed by Auto Express, with Kia coming out on top in two key categories.

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Visitors to this autumn’s Classic & Sports Car Show will be treated to the sight and sound of some of the world’s most iconic historic cars as they take part in on-road parades in the grounds of Alexandra Palace.

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New cars

Friday, October 21, 2016

Peugeot’s 2008 compact SUV is now even more stylish after a family facelift and the addition of a sporty-looking GT Line model, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Citroen has given its popular Grand C4 Picasso people-carrier a new lease of life. Simon Davis gets behind the wheel to see what its like.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

You may not immediately spot the difference with the new Mazda3 but little changes add up to freshen its appeal and make it even better to drive, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

BMW’s 7 Series is a technology-laden tour de force that works by thought control – the car’s as much as the driver’s. Motoring editor Andy Russell is in seventh heaven.


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Used Cars

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Nigel Gair and his two co-drivers covered 2,000 miles in 48 hours for charity on Club Triumph’s Round Britain Reliability Run. Here he tells of their epic automotive adventure.

Mon, 15:59

SPONSORED: What if you could jump start your car and get yourself out of trouble? Well, with the right product you can.

Mon, 10:34

Smoking can seriously affect a car’s resale value, says automotive data and valuation specialist CAP HPI.

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Wrights Mazda has completed the renovation of its Norwich showroom as one of the first in the country to receive Mazda’s exciting new brand identity.

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Friday, October 21, 2016

Award-winning Halesworth Nissan dealer has won another national award for the service it provides to its customers.


Editor's Choice

Mon, 11:46

An innovative Wicken sculptor has been selected to show his work at a major ceramics exhibition in Cambridge.

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