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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Wednesday, March 30 2016

Aston Martin to partner up with Red Bull for a new project

It has recently been announced that the British carmaker Aston Martin will collaborate on a new project with Red Bull Racing. Although very little is known about the project at this point, many are wondering what the partnership will result in. Curiosity got the best of us, which is why we’ve decided to take a look at and explore a couple of possibilities.

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Thursday, March 24 2016

Lotus Excel (1982-1992)

We have looked at a variety of Lotus models over the last couple of months and today, we are going to take a look at yet another car produced by the British brand. The car that we are going to focus on is the Lotus Excel. Introduced in 1982, the 2-door coupe heavily borrowed from the Lotus Eclat when it came to appearance.


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Tuesday, March 22 2016

Austin-Healey Sprite (1958-1971)

Although Austin-Healey no longer makes cars, the vehicles that it produced whilst it was still active will forever remain a part of British automotive history.

Today we are going to focus on the Austin-Healey Sprite. Launched in 1958, the sports car offered something completely different from the brands existing line-up at the time. It was much smaller in size and it was aimed at a different market.


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Tuesday, March 15 2016

Caterham 21 (1994-1999)

Over the last couple of months we have looked at a variety of British vehicles from a number of different manufacturers. We’ve looked at a lot of the big manufacturers, however today we want to take a slightly different approach. Instead of focusing on the likes of Jaguar or Rolls-Royce, we are going to take a little look at a brand that’s slightly lesser-known.


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Monday, March 14 2016

Triumph Herald (1959-1971)

A lot of the time we tend to focus on the more luxurious cars manufactured in Britain. Although they’re a lot of fun, most were produced in limited numbers therefore not many people actually got to experience them. That is the reason why today, we are going to take a look at a car that’s a lot less extravagant. Today, we are going to look at the Triumph Herald.


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Wednesday, March 2 2016

Bristol 412 (1975-1993)

Britain is home to many incredible things, including a number of car manufacturers. Ever since the car industry first began to boom in the UK, carmakers have found ways to produce vehicles that revolutionised the way we travel today.


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