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Kia Soul gets a facelift and a sporty 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine.

Kia Soul gets a refresh and power boost

The Kia Soul is to get a host of enhancements including a 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine option, while all models will benefit from a minor facelift. The new range will be on display at the Paris Motor Show, but won’t be available until the closing months of the year . Find more lease deals on the Kia Soul: business / personal The most significant change comes from the addition of the 201bhp petrol engine that’s already fitted to the Cee’d and Pro Cee’d GT models. This means the Soul will reach 62mph from rest in an admirable 7.5 seconds, while only producing an equally impressive...

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Range Rover Evoque Covertible.

Top five cars for all seasons

The British weather is notoriously fickle. All you have do is cast your mind back a couple of days to see first-hand just how extreme it can be, as we went from scorching sun to dreadful downpours in mere hours. When it comes to choosing a car, this extreme variety of weather can make a hard choice even harder. While you may want a nice soft-top, say the new Fiat Spider 124, you’re quickly faced with the reality that you’ll probably only get to feel the air flowing through your hair 14 days out of 365 (if you’re lucky). Similarly, you may think that a legit off-roader such as a Toyota Hil...

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First drive review: Porsche 718 Boxster

Let’s deal with the most contentious issue surrounding the Porsche 718 Boxster, namely the noise. It’s not that this heavily revised roadster doesn’t make any noise or too much of it, but the quality and timbre of the engine and exhaust notes have come in for a lot of discussion and criticism in the press. Of course, we could say the noise an engine makes is purely subjective and down to the driver to decide if it’s right. However, the superb delivery of sound from the previous Boxster, and its Cayman coupe sister, was one of the defining traits of this range right from the first model i...

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September advisory fuel rates increase by 1p per mile

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has updated its advisory fuel rates for drivers using company cars over the next quarter. From today (1 September 2016), the rate of reimbursement for petrol cars 1400cc and below will rise by one pence per mile. For diesel vehicles 1601cc to 2000cc there will be a rise by one pence per mile and the same also goes for diesels over 2000cc. Fuel prices have been alternatively climbing and dropping since reaching a low of £1 per litre in January and the new rates reflect this flux. Comprehensive figures can be found here These rates apply when employers reim...

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Car leasing is the most cost effective way of getting hold of that car you've always wanted. You'll never actually own the car, but you'll be able to drive it for a set period of time and simply hand it back to the leasing company without the worry of selling it on for a fraction of the price you paid in the first place.

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Vans are what make businesses move, literally, and as with company car leasing, the monthly leasing costs can be offset against businesses' taxable profits, making it a tax efficient avenue. It's also a lot more palatable and manageable than losing a wedge in depreciation.

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