This week, the articles that grabbed the attention of our editors feature Ford’s fight for the SUV crown, how shoppers can save on extra costs when leasing and whether Washington will affect car prices. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
As the first used example of the Volvo XC40 arrives on CarGurus, we thought it was worth reflecting on just why this SUV has created such a buzz. After all, not so long ago the arrival of a new Volvo was greeted with all the anticipation of the opening of a bank statement, and yet here we all are seriously contemplating the switch to a Swedish motor not only for its sensible safety credentials, but because it’s – dare we say it? – one of the coolest cars around.
This week, stories that caught the attention of our editors include the greenest driving states, tips on car loans and the sad reality of how much we sit in traffic. Check out these articles and more below. Continue reading >>>
As the Geneva motor show rolls into town this week, we thought it might be fun to see how five of the show’s star cars from five years ago are faring on the used car market now that time and familiarity have played their part.
If you want your used car search to be as painless as possible there’s something to be said for opting for one of the most popular models. After all, popular is bound to mean plentiful, so you’re almost guaranteed to have lots of choice without having to travel far from home, plus there will be a wide range of trim levels, fuel types and engine sizes to suit different tastes and budgets.
Headlines that caught our attention this week include a driving companion coming to new Ford owners, Jaguar’s electric debut and whether or not distance matters when it comes to your insurance rates. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
In the history of the hot hatch the Renaultsport Clio 200 will surely come to be regarded as the pinnacle of the old school formula. A car where stuffing a big, naturally aspirated motor into a supermini body was still the name of the game, rather than the current trend for smaller turbocharged engines and flappy paddle gearboxes.
We are now all of course only too aware of the havoc caused by the so-called ‘Beast from the East’. Damaged cars, stranded motorists, communities cut off by the snow; it showed just how unprepared the UK is when the weather really turns.
This week articles that got the attention of our editors cover new Audi tech that can talk to toll booths, why SUVs are more than just a set of wheels for outdoorsy drivers and advice on helping teens improve their driving. Check out the links below to read the full stories. Continue reading >>>