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Most Valuable C2 In The World

If you have £108,000 burning a hole in your pocket you could go out and bag yourself an Aston Martin. Alternatively head up to Manchester and pick up the most valuable Citroen C2 in the world. The interior has been completely gutted to make room for an "F1-style" centrally mounted drivers seat and joystick steering control.

Enthusiasts Get Mazda MX-5 Early

The cheap new Mazda MX-5 is being offered to members of the MX-5 Owners Club three months before it goes on sale to the public. "This is simply great news for us," said Mr Neville-Parry. "The MX-5 has always enjoyed a huge following of enthusiasts in this country, but even we have been surprised by the number of new members ordering cars.

New Audi A8 At Limousine Show

Recently unveiled at the Limousine and Chaffeur Show the relatively cheap new Audi A8 impressed the organisers so much that it was named Chauffeur Car of the Year for its performance, available variants, low maintenance costs and of course passenger comfort.

The New Ford Mondeo Review

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’.

Ford Focus Strong Sales is the UK

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.

No need for motor trade licensing says OFT

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.