New cars

Friday, July 31, 2015

Lotus has two great test facilities on its doorstep. The resurfaced test track at its Hethel site and the wonderful Norfolk roads. It calls them ‘Lotus roads’ – if its cars drive well here they drive well anywhere.

Don’t dismiss Kia’s Soul survivor

Thursday, July 30, 2015
The second-generation Kia Soul keeps its 'bulldog' proportions but the boxy shape makes it surprisingly roomy and practical inside.

The Kia Soul’s looks won’t be to everyone’s taste but, beneath the skin, you’ll love the space and practicality, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Tweaked Subaru Outback is capable off-road but is now much better to drive on it.

If you’re not a fully paid-up member of the sport utility vehicle club, but need to combine refinement with rugged driving ability, Subaru’s new Outback crossover might be the 4x4 for you, says Iain Dooley.

The all-new Honda Jazz supermini arrives will be in showrooms early September from £13,495 on the road.

Honda’s all-new Jazz supermini will be priced from £13,495 on the road when it arrives in showrooms in early September.

SsangYong Turismo is a big value, with the emphasis on big, people-carrier that comfortably seats seven adults and still has useful boot space.

It’s not the prettiest people-carrier but when it comes to carrying seven people and luggage, SsangYong’s big Turismo offers versatile value, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

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Used Cars

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Simon Gray tells how Credo is able to take a more personal approach to finance.

Modern car infotainment systems allow music to be played and streamed from various sources, including the internet via apps, to the extent that some cars no longer have CD players.

Cassettes to in-car connectivity – hi-tech advances are not music to the ears of motoring editor Andy Russell.

Ian Coates, managing director of Constitution Motors, and Steve Hobin, Norwich City Football Club senior partnerships manager, with the fleet of Mitsubishi cars.

Constitution Motors is the new official vehicle supplier as Norwich City bounce back to the Premier League.

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British Touring Car Championship MG6 driver Jack Goff will be at CarShop Norwich on Friday evening ahead the race meeting at Snetterton.

The British Touring Car circus heads to the east of England as Snetterton prepares for a motorsport invasion with the circuit hosting the next rounds of the 2015 season next weekend.

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Jonathan Moore, general manager of Royal Cromer Golf Club, Kevin Abbs, of North Norfolk Rotary Club and director at Crayford and Abbs Nissan, Mark Heveran, head greenkeeper at Royal Cromer Golf Club, and Ben Palmer, director of finance at Anglian Radio, which owns North Norfolk Radio.

A charity golf day has teed up thousands of pounds for a much in-demand youth project in North Norfolk.


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