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Browsing all posts in September, 2009.

UK Car Scrappage Scheme Extended with a £100m boost

In an announcement made by Business Secretary Lord Mandelson at the Labour Party conference in Brighton, an additional £100m has been added to the UK car scrappage scheme following pressure from the motor industry to extend it.

The Future of Personal Mobility

That’s right, do not adjust the transmission on your monitor, what you are seeing is clearly the future, according to Honda who seem believe we haven’t quite perfected the art of being lazy, and walking is far too much effort for anyone to bother with.

Beaulieu Motor Museum Review

Beaulieu in Brockenhurst, Hampshire is home to the National Motor Museum, as well as Palace House and Beaulieu Abbey. Whilst its strap line reads “More Than a Motor Museum”, this, I’d imagine, is ultimately the reason that most people visit.

Car finance and the credit crunch

Finance acceptance rates and many casualties in the used car and car finance arenas are denying the vast majority of our customers the ability to buy a car on finance. We look at one supplier that’s bucking the trend.

Nitrogen tyre inflation for motoring savings

Nitrogen tyre inflation can have important benefits both for your bank balance and the environment.

Mitsubishi Evo 9 (Lancer Evolution IX)

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX, commonly called the Evo 9, was first introduced in Japan in early 2005. Mitsubishi’s car later made appearances around the world, where it became available for purchase shortly after it was appeared in Japan.

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