New cars

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Toyota has given its Yaris the X factor in a bid to win over the heart as well as the head, 
says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Kia freshens appeal of honest Sportage

Monday, November 17, 2014
Kia’s Sportage combines attractive looks and levels of equipment and safety kit for a modest price.

Kia’s refreshed mid-size, value-added Sportage SUV offers more of the same, which is a good thing, says Iain Dooley of the Press Association.

Citroen C4 Cactus combines concept car looks and features in a family-friendly package.

Boasting bold concept car looks, the C4 Cactus is not a car that you will forget in a hurry, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

MG6 model is now cleaner and a little bit greener.

MG has updated the diesel version of its MG6 model so that it’s now cleaner and a little bit greener, says Iain Dooley of the Press Association.

Renault rears its new teeny-weeny Twingo

Thursday, November 6, 2014
Renault has moved the engine to the rear of the Twingo which frees up a lot of space inside this compact city car.

If you want a little car with lots of space then look at the Twingo, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Used Cars

Mon, 11:53

One cyclist will never know how grateful they should be to an innovative Volvo safety feature, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

So what would your dream car have? Chocolate seats so you could eat them if you got hungry? Or would it be powered by sweet wrappers to help recycle rubbish or have really long arms so you could do your shopping without getting out of the car?

Toyota Yaris gets a smart new look as part of a range of measures to give it more emotional appeal.

Toyota has given its Yaris the X factor in a bid to win over the heart as well as the head, 
says motoring editor Andy Russell.

Kia freshens appeal of honest Sportage

Monday, November 17, 2014
Kia’s Sportage combines attractive looks and levels of equipment and safety kit for a modest price.

Kia’s refreshed mid-size, value-added Sportage SUV offers more of the same, which is a good thing, says Iain Dooley of the Press Association.

Implications of lowering drink-drive limit

Saturday, November 15, 2014
Richard Wood of Keep Your Licence.

Lawyer Richard Wood looks at the potential knock-on effects of lowering the drink-drive limit in Scotland.

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