This week’s top stories picked by our editors feature a Mercedes hot hatch, Ikea-designed car interiors, and a Jetsons-style flying car. Continue reading >>>
More research has come out that we drivers are a very distracted bunch; voice-activated assistants in our cars are marketed as tools to fight distracted driving. But voice-activated technology like Alexa and Siri can make drivers more distracted, not less. It just depends on how drivers choose to use this kind of tech. Continue reading >>>
This week’s top stories picked by our editors include innovation in headlights from Maybach and Mercedes, the car woes of different generations and car shopping tips that keep your long-term budget in mind. Read these stories and more by clicking the links below. Continue reading >>>
A death has been reported!
The automotive industry has been using the phrase “the death of the sedan” since at least 2015, when SUVs earned their title as “star[s] of the show,” according to MarketWatch.
Here at CarGurus, we wanted to investigate the death of the sedan. Were the claims true?
OK While CarGurus is a used car marketplace, we also feel it’s important to keep abreast of what’s happening in the new car market. After all, today’s new cars are tomorrow’s nearly new ones. What that in mind, below we’ve rounded up the 10 best selling new cars on sale in the UK so far this year. By following the links below each car you’ll be able to find approved used examples for sale via CarGurus, with potential savings of thousands of pounds.
There was an awful lot that could’ve gone wrong when, almost 20 years ago, BMW relaunched MINI. Yet from the retro-inspired styling to the UK-based Plant Oxford production facility, the modern MINI has in fact been a complete triumph, serving as a masterclass in how to make an old brand relevant to new consumers.
Building cars is a very serious business, but that doesn’t mean those involved can’t also be permitted to have fun every now and again. How else do you think we’d have ended up being able to buy machines as bizarre as the Renault Clio V6 or BMW M4 GTS, the purpose of which is inevitably as much to generate headlines as to boost profits.
It is difficult to overstate the importance of the original Ford Focus. For starters it replaced the Escort, which although somewhat stale by the late 1990s, was still one of the most recognisable cars on the road. Not only that, but the Focus was Ford’s entry into the hugely popular family car segment, a true bread and butter model that it simply had to get right. Continue reading >>>