London And Rural Areas Hit Hardest By Fuel Rises


As petrol and diesel prices hit £2.50 a litre in some areas of the UK, motoring organisations are pointing to a major imbalance in the cost of fuel dependent on where in the country you fill up your car.

Ineos Tease Electric SUV


The Ineos Grenadier, the 4x4 which bares a striking resemblance to the old-school Land Rover Defender, is to inspire an SUV of its own, with news that a smaller electric version is slated for development.

Morse Jag Named Top TV Cop Car


A poll to find the nation’s favourite TV cop car has named Inspector Morse’s Jaguar Mark 2 as the best of all time.

Has SEAT Brand Been Parked?


Amongst all the excitement of this week’s CUPRA brand announcements, it has not gone unnoticed that the supposed big brother of the relationship, SEAT, does not appear to be making any noises at all, either now or in the future.

JLR Pinpoints New Navigation System


Jaguar Land Rover are now offering customers even more precise navigation systems in their on-board technology thanks to a partnership with global location innovators what3words.

Affluent South East Home To EV Boom


The latest figures for car buying trends has revealed another jump in the sales of electric vehicles, but closer analysis of the data shows that it is the more affluent areas of the UK that are leading the way.

Europe’s Top Petrol Prices Revealed


As the cost of filling an average sized family car with petrol passes £100, there appears to be no end to the worries for refuelling, but for those wanting to take a holiday from the cost of living crisis, beware, as things might be even worse on the continent.

EV Less Stressed Says Study


Driving an electric vehicle is a less stressful experience than driving a petrol or a diesel says the findings of a new report.

Value Brands More Popular Than Ever


Value for money is now one of the key considerations for the UK motorists when it comes to choosing their next car says a leading industry expert.

Covid Linked To Car Theft Boom


One of the UK’s leading police forces has said that a shortage of vehicle parts, a consequence of pandemic factory lockdowns, could be behind a spike in car crimes across the UK.