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Infiniti launches updated Q70

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Infiniti has been far from a runaway success in the UK, with sales for 2014 lagging behind even Ssangyong, but the company is trying to increase its popularity with cars like this: the refreshed Q70. Due to make its debut at this year’s Paris Motor Show, the new model has been updated to bring the look closer to that of the smaller Q50. The front and rear bumpers are less rounded and the lights now use LEDs. There’s also a new front grille. The Nissan offshoot claims that refinement and comfo...

Author: James Fossdyke, Sep 02 2014
Category Links: Infiniti, Q70

Geneva Motor Show opens to the media

The 79th International Motor Show extravaganza officially opens to the media tomorrow and opens its doors to the public on Thursday, March 5th.With the new ’09 registrations going on sale yesterday, the eager motor manufacturers are sure to be there in force to promote their shiny new wares.Predicte...

Author: Faye Sunderland, Mar 02 2009
Category Links: Latest News

Profits up again at Porsche

Porsche Automobil Holding SE, the company which owns the majority share in Volkswagen as well as Porsche badged vehicles, has announced an increase in profits for the first six months of their current business year (August 1, 2008 to January 21, 2009) Upon closer inspection the startling performanc...

Author: Richard Lawton, Mar 02 2009
Category Links: Volkswagen, Porsche

New warning over hands-free mobile phone use

Driver reaction times, such as the time taken to apply the brakes or steer away from danger, are 30 per cent slower when driving whilst using a hands-free mobile phone than when driving whilst over the legal alcohol limit, according to a study by car insurer Direct Line, carried out by Transport Res...

Author: Faye Sunderland, Mar 02 2009
Category Links: Fleet news, RoadSafe

Lloyds TSB Autolease call on businesses to go the extra mile

Lloyds TSB Autolease (LTSBA) has called for businesses to learn the lessons of the last recession and take immediate action to reduce the costs of mobilising their workforce, as new legislation hits on April 1st.The vehicle leasing and funding subsidiary of the high street bank says that many firms ...

Author: Faye Sunderland, Mar 02 2009
Category Links: Fleet news

aide automotive boom as penalties get tougher for faulty tyres

Nottingham-based, aide automotive has seen a dramatic increase in enquiries for their tyre pressure products since tougher penalties for illegal tyres have been introduced.  The Health and Safety (Offences) Act 2008 came into force on 16th January 2009. Individuals responsible for commercial vehicle...

Author: Faye Sunderland, Mar 02 2009
Category Links: Fleet news, General interest

Peugeot Partner Tepee now with seven seats

French carmaker Peugeot has released details of a new seven seat pack option for its Partner Tepee compact people carrier, available for its 'S' and 'Outdoor' models. The new pack allows seven seats to fit snugly into the vehicle, in a 2-3-2 formation, while still allowing the second and third rows...

Author: Richard Lawton, Mar 02 2009
Category Links: Peugeot, Partner

Nick Andrews heads SEAT fleet sales

SEAT UK is today appointing Nick Andrews as its new Head of Fleet and Business Sales. Nick, 40, was formerly National Fleet Sales Manager at Audi UK, and boasts an extensive fleet, business and leasing background stretching back almost 20 years. His move to the Spanish Brand is perfectly timed, coi...

Author: Faye Sunderland, Mar 02 2009
Category Links: Fleet news, SEAT, Audi, Appointments

New Iveco website serves up special offers

Iveco has re-launched its website with a new design, structure and additional content aimed at highlighting the latest special offers available to UK customers through its nationwide dealer network. The site builds upon the wealth of corporate information available through w...

Author: Lee Sibbald, Mar 02 2009
Category Links: Fleet news, Iveco

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