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WhatCar, which describes itself as a consumer motoring champion and car review platform, has put twenty popular car infotainment and ventilation systems against one another, to see which are the least distracting and the most intuitive to use.
The British car brand will restart production in incremental phases across its global manufacturing plants, from the 18th of May 2020.
If you’ve had to cancel your summer holidays in sunnier climes, don’t worry. After lockdown rules relax, you could enjoy a superb breakaway by travelling around the British Isles.
While we’ll have to wait until later this year for the Lotus Evija all-electric hypercar to enter production, Lotus has confirmed details about the specification process.
Just ten years ago, when you said the word hybrid - you probably instantly thought of a car like the Toyota Prius. Since then there’s been a lot of development in the technology and there are now a significant number of hybridised luxury 4x4s, with plug-in technology to extend their electric-only range.
Katie Price‘s TV return on Celebrity SAS: Who Dares sparks interest in her former, one-of-a-kind Range Rover Autobiography
As Katie Price takes part in the gruelling second series of Channel 4’s Celebrity SAS reality series, viewers may be interested to know that one of her former vehicles is currently in Saxton 4x4’s possession.
Have you ever wondered, maybe while sitting in traffic, how you can breathe fresh air in a car when it is so well sealed against the environment? Well, you can thank the cabin air filter. Here’s a brief explanation of how they work.
A combination of factors have together resulted in the steepest fall of fuel prices since records began back in June 2003.
In a RAC Fuel Watch statement, released recently, the British automotive services company, reported that the cost of petrol fell by the largest amount documented in 12 years. Average prices hovered around the £1 per litre mark for petrol and around 117p per litre for diesel fuel.