Ssangyong Tivoli
Jan08

Ssangyong Tivoli

The SsangYong Tivoli is now available through the Motability Scheme which means disabled motorists can lease a new Tivoli using their higher rate mobility allowance.  The models available include the 1.6 litre petrol SE, EX manual and automatic and ELX manual. Strong on style, the Tivoli is a new and contemporary B-segment SUV that offers a comprehensive specification and sector-leading prices from just £12,950 – and from £99 Advance...

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Alfa Romeo Giulia
Jan04

Alfa Romeo Giulia

This is the one we’ve been waiting for the most from Alfa Romeo. Sure, the 4C is an absolutely wonderful two-seater, but it was never meant to be mainstream. Its production is limited to only 2,500 units per year. What we’ve been craving for is a proper Alfa Romeo return to North America with something that can truly turn up the pressure on the likes of theBMW M3. That car will be the all-new Giulia Quadrifoglio (QV). Revealed earlier...

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Kia Niro
Jan02

Kia Niro

Coming to Nottingham KIA Car Dealerships in 2016 will be the latest offering from the KIA stable, the ‘Niro’ While other major polluters such as airplanes, diesel locomotives and cargo ships go largely unregulated, the auto industry has been working on going green for years and one of them is Kia. The issue for the OEMs is the spectre of the 2025 corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) level in the U.S. being set at 56 mpg...

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Skoda Kodiak
Dec26

Skoda Kodiak

VW-owned Skoda is seriously lacking in the crossover & SUV department, but that’s about to change as next year the Czech marque will launch a seven-seat high-riding model. It has been a long time in the making, but a source close to Skoda told us it will premiere in October 2016 at the Paris Motor Show. Now, Auto Bild has managed to find out the model in question is going to be labeled “Kodiak” after a subspecies of the brown...

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Audi Q2 and Alfa Romeo Giulia To Launch In 2016

Audi Q2 Audi boss Ulrich Hackenberg has recently revealed the brand’s upcoming compact crossover could sport the ‘Q2′ badge. This means the new ‘Q’ car could be marketed as a sportier offering than the future Q1. Underpinned by the ‘MQB’ chassis likely to feature in future generations of the Volkswagen Polo and sharing components with the 2017 VW Tiguan, Audi intends the Q2 to be the first ‘true premium supermini-sized SUV.’ The price...

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