The month saw the largest increase in the price of unleaded since January, putting the average price of a litre of fuel at 135.13p – a price not seen since late September 2013.
Vauxhall has expanded its Griffin line-up – that offers high levels of standard specification, including comfort and safety
A second series of Clarkson’s Farm has been commissioned following the huge success of the first series.
The Vauxhall Mokka has fallen short of full marks in the latest Euro NCAP safety ratings. The latest round of testing, which looks at how cars perform in various collisions as well as what safety systems they offer, shows the Mokka did not excel in any area. The crossover was Read more…
Called ‘Lochdown’, the show will see former Top Gear presenters Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond travel to Scotland.
The investment is targeting the production of electric cars with 300 to 500 miles of range, with fast charging capable of adding about 20 miles per minute.
The New Vauxhall Grandland is available to order now, with full specifications and pricing confirmed.
Sharing personalised trivia about your pride and joy is now a piece of cake thanks to Facts Disc founder and classic car enthusiast.
Vauxhall is the UK’s best-selling electric Light Commercial Vehicle (e-LCV) manufacturer, according to the latest sales and registrations figures published today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
The record is being attempted by biologist and adventurer Sacha Dench, who is also the UN Ambassador for the Convention on Migratory Species and founder of the charity Conservation Without Borders.
More than half (53%) of drivers with garages surveyed for the RAC said they never put their cars in them.
The announcement – which follows months of tense discussions between the Government and Silverstone – paves the way for the biggest UK crowd since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Close to one in seven vehicles that passed their MOT last year should have failed, according to a new investigation.(more…)
From September the government is changing the standard petrol that will be available from E5 to E10, and around 1 million vehicles in the UK are not compatible with the new fuel.(more…)