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Pocket rocket hot hatchbacks from less than £3000 – used car buying guide

Ford Fiesta ST 2.0 Small hot hatches offer great-value performance. Less than a decade on from their launch, do these little gems still cut the mustard? The UK has a special affection for hot hatchbacks, but these pocket rockets don’t have to cost the Earth. Here are five affordable examples.Read More

Technology More Important Than Car Color For 77% Of Shoppers

Over the past decade and a half, much of the world has changed the way that it consumes media. We download music in seconds, rather than visiting record shops. We use gadgets like Roku and apps like Sling instead of keeping pricey cable TV subscriptions. And most of us emptiedRead More

Volkswagen Dieselgate Update: VW, Audi, Say Problems & Fixes Are Simpler, Cheaper Than Expected

After nearly three months of brutal headlines, there’s finally some good news to report about the ongoing Volkswagen Dieselgate fiasco. (Well, good in the sense that it’s not as bad as all the other stuff.) First, you may remember that on November 4 of this year, Volkswagen said that 800,000Read More

WTF: Uber Is Now Worth More Than GM

The ridesharing start-up known as Uber is in the midst of another round of fundraising, and if all goes as planned, early reports suggest that the company everyone loves to hate will be valued around $ 62.5 billion. That’s significantly higher than General Motors, which clocks in around $ 55.6Read More

Investment cars for less than £10,000 – used car buying guide

Honda S2000 Appreciating assets needn’t be the preserve of the super-rich. Jimi Beckwith brings the investment car budget down a peg or two Investing in a future classic is usually an expensive experience, but spotting what’s likely to bring you value in the future means you can get in quickly,Read More

New Audi, Porsche, VW Stop-Sale Includes More Diesel Models Than The EPA Red-Flagged

Earlier this week, the Environmental Protection Agency accused Volkswagen of installing emissions-test-cheating software on a new range of vehicles from VW, Audi, and Porsche. Those brands have now pulled suspect vehicles from showrooms until additional testing sheds light on the allegations. But here’s the funny thing: the companies have issued…Read More

Ouch: Our Cars Earn Just 4 MPG More Than They Did 92 Years Ago

Fuel economy is a hot topic among auto shoppers Even with today’s lower pump prices, efficiency remains one of the top criteria for folks in search of new rides. After more than a century of making cars, you’d think that the auto industry might’ve made serious headway on the fuelRead More

How Much Cash Will An Autonomous Car Save You? More Than $1,000 Per Year

Self-driving cars are just around the corner. Many people worry about the added expense of autonomous technology and the effect it’ll have on car prices, but in fact, self-driving vehicles are likely to save owners a good bit of money. How much? By some estimates, $ 1,000 or more eachRead More

Bad Roads Cost U.S. Drivers More Than $500 A Year

America is great at many things, but one area where we could stand some improvement is our transportation infrastructure. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, our nation’s crumbling highways and byways cost drivers more than $ 500 per year — and the situation’s likely to get worse.Read More

Diesel cheaper than petrol for the first time in 10 years

News 20 Jul, 2015 Diesel prices have been cut by 2p per litre, while petrol prices stay the same Latest

New Tesla Model S Ludicrous Mode is “faster than falling”

News 17 Jul, 2015 Elon Musk announces Ludicrous mode for Tesla Model S, plus new entry-level car Latest

Want A Chevrolet Bolt? You May Be Able To Get One Sooner Than You Thought

When the Chevrolet Bolt was unveiled earlier this year at the Detroit Auto Show, General Motors said that the long-range, all-electric hatchback would roll into showrooms during the 2017 calendar year. According to Auto News, though, Christmas may come earlier than expected for electric car fans. That’s because GM engineersRead More