Tuesday, June 12 2018

Lotus Elise Sport & 220

Lotus_Exige_Sport_380.jpg The Lotus Elise Sport and Elise Sport 220 mark returning the legendary ‘Sport’ naming designation.Used formerly round the famous Lotus Esprit by using it the Lotus Elise package becomes lighter, plus much more performance-focused. Two decades ago, the Lotus Elise significantly transformed the fancy car world. Setting the benchmark to deal with, chastity in the driving experience, lightweight and efficiency. Over time has enhanced and developed and stays core for Elise’s exceptional performance today. These two new models, the Elise Sport and Sport 220 revive the legendary ‘Sport’ naming designation and so are both worth wearing this badge. Over time, with every improvement for the Elise, we have guaranteed the chastity in the driving experience remains maintained that has been enhanced upon with these two new models, we have taken it onto a higher level.

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Friday, March 23 2018

How to stop your battery going flat?

A battery like many other components within the car requires looking after and maintained. Without doing this it will go flat and die. This means no matter how well you are taking care of your engine, should your battery die then you cant start your engine. In the cold winter weather and conditions. This has a diverse effect on batteries. These conditions can slow down the chemical processes which happen within the battery. In the worst case, there may not be enough current left to crank your engine to even start the car.

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Monday, July 10 2017

Jeep Renegade Upland 2017

To stay true to their brand's desire to push all limits and explore the world, Jeep introduces their new Renegade Upland Special Edition; robust and yet still stylish. Now launched all over the UK as of yet, it is expected to be sold at an initial price of £27000.


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Wednesday, May 3 2017

Aston Martin Valkyrie

Aston Martin, Red Bull Racing and a few other car manufacturers have come together to produce a mind-blowing creation. The Aston Martin Valkyrie is an upcoming sports car. It is also known as the Nebula, and other code names like AM-RB 001, where the AM stands for Aston Martin and RB stands for Red Bull. 001 could be the reference to it being the first collaboration car. The manufacturers aim to give the market a vehicle that will break all previous records of fastest cars. It will be a sporty car with a modern design and will offer a comfortable ride.


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Tuesday, March 14 2017

Spyker C8 Preliator Spyder at Geneva 2017

The all-new Spyker C8 Preliator Spyder has been the talk of the town for its Koenigsegg 592bhp V8. Introduced at the recently held Geneva motor show, no has a 5.0-litre engine in place of the 4.2 litre one its predecessor had. The car comes with a six-speed manual gearbox. The torque production is estimated to be 442lb ft.


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Tuesday, February 28 2017

Finding the value of your car has never been easier!

Ever wondered what the value of your car might be? You do not need to be selling your car to know this. It is a general idea of how much value your asset holds. Usually, the value of a car diminishes over time as it is used. So to hold a value lower than the one it was originally for is a taken. However, you still want to know the exact value. What is my car worth? That is the question.

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Tuesday, December 20 2016

Should I Sell My Car at Auction?


How  can I sell my car in a smart way (learn more here)? Whilst some people choose to take the popular route and sell privately, others are becoming more open the idea of doing things differently. Although car auctions are not a recent thing, they are only now beginning to gain momentum and become more popular as time progresses.

The idea of selling your car at auction may seem a little intimidating at first. Since cars tend to go for a lot more money than items you would usually sell at auction, it can be a little difficult to wrap your head around the whole process.

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Monday, November 21 2016

Why Sell Your Car Privately?

If you are looking to sell your old car then you are probably already aware that selling privately is amongst the most popular options available today. Although it comes with its own challenges and perks, it can be very rewarding if done right. Compared to other options, it requires a lot of effort on your part, which isn’t ideal for everybody. It’s crucial that you don’t go into it unless you are 100% sure it’s the option you are happy with.


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Tuesday, October 25 2016

Flowcell Electric Vehicle to Enter Production

Electric cars seem to be taking the world by storm. With Tesla at the forefront of the movement and various manufactures following in the brands footsteps, it’s becoming clear that EV’s are here to stay. Flowcell has just revealed that its electric vehicle could soon be entering production


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Thursday, July 14 2016

UK’s most dependable car brand revealed

The results are in, and the title of the UK’s most dependable car brand goes to… Skoda. According to the JD Power UK Vehicle Dependability Survey, the Czech carmaker is the most dependable, out of all the manufacturers currently on the UK market.


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Tuesday, July 12 2016

New Jaguar XKSS D-Type to debut in November

The production of new version of Jaguar XKSS will be unveiled in California in mid-November just around the time of the Los Angeles motor show (16-27 November). Jaguar Land Rover Classic boss Tim Hannig says that The XKSS occupied a unique place in Jaguar’s history and will continue to occupy important place. It is a car coveted by collectors the world over for its exclusivity and unmistakable design.


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Monday, June 20 2016

MG: Brand removes MG 6 from UK line-up

It has just been announced that MG has decided to drop the MG 6 from its UK line-up.

Bad news for all you MG fans out there, as the MG 6 will no longer be available in the UK. The brand has made a decision today, to discontinue the vehicle in Britain, because it wasn’t willing to upgrade its diesel engine, to meet with new Euro 6 regulations.


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