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Vauxhall Crossland X SUV

Vauxhall reveals Crossland X SUV

Vauxhall has revealed the first interior and exterior images of its Crossland X SUV, showing off a vehicle that promises to be crisp and compact on the outside as well as spacious and flexible on the inside. Attempting to carve out a niche in the burgeoning SUV segment, first with the Mokka X and later in the year with the Grandland X, this model has a firm family focus and a Tardis-like cabin providing high degrees of practicality and flexibility. At just 4.21 metres in length the Crossland X is more compact than the Mokka X, and a full 16cm shorter than the Astra hatchback, offering o...

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Top five most exciting cars of 2017

Top five most exciting cars of 2017

There are plenty of mouth-watering cars on the way this year – namely the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, Porsche Panamera Sport Turismo,  Lexus LC, and maybe even the Tesla Model 3 at the end of the year … maybe. 2016 was a great year, and 2018 looks like it will be pretty special too as manufacturers are investing more and more in electric cars and hybrids. But what about this year? We’ve collected our choices of the most exciting cars coming in 2017. From snazzy new SUVs, to refreshed old favourites and a couple of big hitters from Germany. Here it goes … Alfa Romeo Stelvio The long wa...

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First drive review: Nissan X-Trail

If you’re looking at the pictures of this new X-Trail model and wondering what’s been changed, you could be here for some time. While it’s seemingly trendy to make the most minor of changes to a car and call it a facelift, Nissan hasn’t even done that, and for good reason - this isn’t really a facelift. The X-Trail has been an important car for Nissan in Europe, with the seven-seater SUV selling in six figures since its launch in 2014. However, there’s always been a limit to its popularity thanks to a perceived lack of engine options and until now there’s been just one diesel engine, a s...

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Fleet managers focus on a greener 2017

Fleet managers focus on a greener 2017

2017 has brought with it a variety of concerns for fleet managers up and down the country. Indeed, with changes to company car tax aimed at increasing the uptake of Ultra Low Emission Vehicles as well as changes to road tax coming into effect from April, they might be concerned about keeping on top of everything. A survey of 250 British fleet managers by Autoglass has found that, while worries about the cost of fuel as well as servicing and maintenance are at similar levels to a previous survey in 2014, concerns about CO2 emissions have radically increased from 12th place on the list in ...

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