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We’re expecting some changes in the new car market in 2019, some of the UK’s favourites cars have been given a new twist and some much-anticipated updated models are expected to hit the sweet the spot in 2019. Here are our top 5 picks of new car deals, some are available to order right now for March 2019 delivery on the new 19 plate and some coming soon in 2019.
The New Mazda6 GT Sport Nav+ - What Is it? The Mazda6 GT Sport Nav+ is Mazda’s souped-up new version of similarly name Sport Nav+ model. It's equipped with a new 2.5 litre petrol engine with automatic transmission, some of its own unique GT styling plus a few extra dashes of equipment and tech here and there. Read on for the full low-down …..
Looking for an 18 or 68 plate small to medium sized hatchback for your family? Check our top 5 recommendations with economical running costs and practicality in mind. Ford Focus Zetec - 1.0 Ecoboost (125PS) - Manual Transmission CO2 emissions: 108g/km - Combined Fuel Economy: 60mpg - Insurance Group: 14E VW Golf SE Navigation - 1.
A family MPV needs to offer space, comfort, practicality and low running costs. With the ever increasing demand for top Crossover vehicles that can offer most if not all of the aforementioned, the so-called traditional family cars like MPVs and large family hatchbacks/saloons face stiff competition.
You’ll see more superminis on UK roads than any other car, with new superminis topping the best sellers every month. The Fiesta is Britain's best-selling new car, year on year leading the pack. Just about every taste and requirement is catered for with the vast range of superminis on offer and each model usually offers a wide spectrum of engine options and equipment.
If you’re in the market for a new saloon car you’ll find the sector a lot less crowded since the SUV and Crossover revolution really gathered momentum in recent years. However there are still some very nice options available to you and if you’re looking for a more traditional car and are considering a saloon or hatchback you may also want to check out at our top 5 large...
The now very popular crossover vehicle is celebrating 10 years since Nissan launched the Qashqai. Nissan’s pioneering Qashqai was really a gamble at the time without them really knowing for sure how it would be received. Needless to say since the first Quashai rolled off the production line, demand for crossovers has soared.
With the rise of SUV and Crossover, demand for large traditional hatchbacks has diminished significantly and if you are in the market for such a car you may be looking at limited options. So what are the best options out there for a spacious large hatchback family car that offers the best of both worlds for short or longer journeys.
As we all know the road tax laws changed just recently meaning there will no more paying 20 or 30 pounds a year in road tax for a low emission new car. Only cars with zero emissions like the pure electric Nissan Leaf will attract a zero fee for VED. Every car will now have a standard rate of £140 (£130 for hybrid) per year after the first year rate.
Crossover vehicles deliver many of the benefits of a 4x4 vehicle, a high driving position, excellent visibility and usually the option of 4WD combined with aspects of a family hatchback like a softer ride, lots of equipment and clever seating arrangements. You’ll usually find across the range numerous engine options with both 2WD and 4WD options available to you.