Discover all the news and views from the world of premium 4×4s and prestige vehicles as Saxton 4×4 reviews the latest models, press releases and rumours emanating from the leading manufacturers. Our news blog will keep you up-to-date with everything you need to know, from new incarnations to unique one-off models. We will give you the lowdown on upgrades to ever popular models. We have our finger on the pulse, so you don’t have to…
Boris Johnson’s Government recently unveiled its first budget, with the last major changes published in late 2018. For motorists, there are several savings and reprieves to be had, here are the important parts for drivers.
The Land Rover Defender is a classic and iconic vehicle and over the last few years, residual values have increased thanks to the end of production of the first generation back in 2016. Unfortunately, with the rise in popularity, there are always a small number of ne'er-do-wells who won’t hesitate to take your Defender, or components off of it, for profit.
Here’s how you can protect your treasured 4x4.
A series of winter storms recently swept over the UK, leaving high water levels in several counties. Areas prone to flooding suffered the worst, but even places that don’t ordinarily accumulations of rainflow became inundated with water.
Increasingly, car manufacturers are integrating advanced active driver assists to help reduce accidents and improve road safety.
This guide covers some of the key safety improving technologies.
Aston Martin buyers who wish to stamp their own tastes on the DBX can now do so, thanks to the British car maker’s ‘Q’ personalisation service.
An example of the bespoke work ‘Q by Aston Martin’ carries out will be presented at the upcoming Geneva International Motor Show.
Mercedes-Benz’s tuning division has given the GLE crossover SUV an extra injection of power and style. Let’s look a little closer at this 612 horsepower machine.
Mclaren has unveiled its most powerful, lightweight and visceral Longtail to date, the 765LT.
This year, the government is handling company car tax slightly differently. Here’s all you need to know.