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The best 67-reg plate cars you can buy right now

September could put the brakes on new car sales’ five-month decline. That’s because this month sees the introduction of the new 67-reg plate and along with March, it’s the biggest month for the new car market as many people – mostly private buyers – hold off buying a new car …

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Best and worst cars for achieving official mpg

Do you ever feel frustrated that your car never returns its advertised fuel consumption figure? You’re not the only one; this deflating mpg shortfall has been going on for yonks and motorists are quite rightly sick of it. It reached a point a few years ago that motoring website Honest …

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New Ford Fiesta ST – all you need to know

Ford has revealed all on its forthcoming Fiesta ST ahead of the hot hatch’s physical unveiling at this week’s Geneva Motor Show. We already know a lot about the standard Fiesta, due to go on sale this July [full details here], but what about the performance-focussed ST version? What’s so …

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(VIDEO) Rally Fiesta Drifts Through Factory

In December 2016, Ford celebrated their 40th anniversary of the Craiova factory, as well as Romania Day by drifting a Ford Fiesta through the factory. We haven’t uploaded a drift video in a while, so here’s 6 minutes of drifting madness from Simone Tempestini. Video Source- Ford Romania Continue reading …

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The best-selling cars of 2016

2016 was another record year for Britain’s new car market with almost 2.7 million sold, according to annual registrations figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. Some 2,692,786 new cars were registered throughout 2016, marking a 2.3 per cent uplift on the previous year and making 2016 …

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Paris Motor Show – top 5 affordable cars

The Paris Motor Show – one of the biggest dates in the automotive calendar – manages to find a fair middle-ground by peppering its host of unobtainable megacars with level-headed models that you or I could realistically afford. Opening to the public on October 1st, the French capital’s biennial car …

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