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  • Video review: Volkswagen Arteon

    Video review: Volkswagen Arteon

    Isn’t it funny when cars just look fast? Have a gander around a car park, and you’ll find very few cars that will cause a nod and immediate thoughts of being a getaway driver. The Volkswagen Arteon, the new flagship model for the brand, will certainly do that to you and more. You see, it’s the lines. The car is sculpted so beautifully that the lines blend, reappear and disappear so seamless...

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  • 286bhp Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR: the most potent GTI yet

    286bhp Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR: the most potent GTI yet

    Volkswagen has taken the covers off its road-racing Golf GTI TCR concept at Worthersee, and it’s now been confirmed it’s headed for production. With first deliveries expected by the end of the year, the TCR will take up where the Clubsport S left off as the fastest, most focussed car in the GTI range. In fact, it’s set to be the most potent GTI to date – its 2.0-litre turbo-petrol produces ...

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  • 2018 Mercedes C-Class Saloon: what’s new?

    2018 Mercedes C-Class Saloon: what’s new?

    The Mercedes C-Class has been given an update for 2018, with fresh styling, and updated interior and mild hybrid tech set to feature. With the first models due to be delivered in July, we’ll bring you lease rates as soon as they’re available, but read on for further info on the refreshed C-Class. More C-Class lease deals here The C-Class was the UK’s eighth-most popular car in 2017, so wh...

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  • New diesel and petrol vehicles to be banned from 2040, including low-range hybrids too

    New diesel and petrol vehicles to be banned from 2040, including low-range hybrids too

    Last July, the government confirmed the sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 in a bid to tackle air pollution, and leaked info now suggests the ban could include hybrids too. Now, leaked reports claim ALL new cars must be able to travel at least 50 miles using electric power only by 2040, or they will be banned from sale. As it stands, 98% of new cars currently ...

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  • Top five most popular cars of 2018 so far

    Top five most popular cars of 2018 so far

    The first quarter of 2018 is over and personal leasing continues to be the fastest growing form of consumer new car finance. But what is everyone enquiring on so far? We’ve compiled a list of the top five most popular cars on our site so far this year … Want to lease one? Click the deal under the model you want to see more pricing and info for. Mercedes-Benz A-Class There’s an all-new A-C...

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  • Mercedes-Benz lease deals for any monthly budget

    Mercedes-Benz lease deals for any monthly budget

    Nothing says class and elegance quite like a Mercedes-Benz. From the iconic logo and aesthetic shapes to the sumptuous interiors and impressive engines, it’s a brand that drivers continue to flock to for good reason. With this in mind, we’ve delved into our millions of deals to find you a wide selection of Mercedes-Benz you can lease anywhere from under £200 a month to over £1,000 a month (Yes...

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  • Bish bash Bosch: German giant claims new tech could end the dirty diesel debate

    Bish bash Bosch: German giant claims new tech could end the dirty diesel debate

    German technology giant Bosch has announced a development breakthrough for diesel vehicles that radically cuts nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions by almost 90%. The new technology can achieve as little as 13 milligrams of NOx in standard legally-compliant RDE cycles. European legislation introduced in 2017 dictated that no new passenger car can emit more than 168 milligrams of NOx per kilometre. T...

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Weekly Wheelspin: Arteon on film, Volvo and Amazon meet again and Civic Type R just got crazier

Weekly Wheelspin: Arteon on film, Volvo and Amazon meet again and Civic Type R just got crazier

Up to your eyeballs in GDPR-related emails? Then take a break from that unsubscribe button and catch up with the last seven days’ worth of automotive occurrences. Yes, it’s time for our Weekly Wheelspin. New car news… News is coming thick and fast from several manufacturers this week, but all have one thing in common – they’re SUVs. First up, it’s the BMW X5 and, while it’s not been seen wi...

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Top five tips to cure car sickness this bank holiday

Top five tips to cure car sickness this bank holiday

Many people will be heading away this bank holiday to take full advantage of the three-day weekend. Wherever you’re going the car journey can actually be part of the fun (depending on congestion) but for those with small kids it also means greater odds of hearing a phrase guaranteed to strike fear into any parent’s heart – “I feel sick!” Have no fear, we’re here to provide you with five tips...

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First drive review: Volvo XC40

First drive review: Volvo XC40

If there’s a company that’s found its mojo, it’s Volvo. Since the latest XC90 turned up, the Swedish firm can seemingly do no wrong, with the smaller XC60 being well received, the V90 widely liked and the forthcoming V60 getting us motoring journalists excited. Then there’s the XC40, a compact SUV that’s so good it’s won the European Car of the Year award. Out goes the sober but svelte styl...

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Government launches consultation on VED rate reforms for vans

Government launches consultation on VED rate reforms for vans

The government has launched a consultation looking at reforming VED rates for new vans. This would potentially see them graduated according to their emissions in the same way as is done for cars. VED is currently charged at a flat rate of £250 for all vans, and it is hoped the reforms would encourage more drivers and businesses to choose cleaner and newer vehicles. The change would see less t...

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