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Honda is expecting to sell over 3 million cheap new cars worldwide by the end of the year, with extra growth predicted for 2006. The US will see an expected 1.45 million sales, making a four per cent increase and European sales will rise to 285,000, which is a jump of 11 per cent.
Citroens have proved to be some of the most secure new cars on sale after topping the table in this year All of the entrants were rated out of five stars in 'theft of' and 'theft from' tests with the C4 and C5 two of only six cars to achieve full marks in both categories. The high security ratings mean the new Citroen customers will be able to enjoy cheap car insurance deals.
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With the brand new Ford Mondeo model due to go on sale from June this year, several leading car magazines have been trying it out. WhatCar? recently reviewed the new Ford Mondeo. Giving it a full 5-star score, they commented ‘The Mondeo delivers everything you could possibly expect from a family car. It’s big, safe, comfortable, affordable and extremely refined’.
The new model of the Focus has proved to be particularly successful in Ford's line-up as it also ranked as the best-selling diesel model available. Meanwhile, Ford's general position in the marketplace has proved to be strong after 347,550 of its units took up 14.2 per cent of the total market.
In its report, the OFT report maintained that it had a "stringent code" in place for dealing with unscrupulous practices, rejecting claims for mandatory licensing from the Trading Standards Institute. It pointed to initiatives such as its consumer code approval scheme, which gives a seal of approval to bodies that meet their requirements.