Vauxhall Taxing Art!

Vauxhall Motors After 93 years of adorning windscreens up and down the UK, Britain’s leading artists are turning tax discs into limited edition artworks once they become obsolete on 1st October. The project is part of the annual Vauxhall Art Car Boot Fair and aims to give the tax disc a new lease of life. … More Vauxhall Taxing Art!

Guest Blog: Glad Jags or Sad Hatch – The figures add up!

Sam Mace: You have a choice. You can drive a new hatchback, or a second hand Jag. It’s a proposition most petrolheads will probably have discussed over a few pints at some stage. In the cold light of day, the argument for a Jaguar rarely stands up. In a world where fuel prices are on … More Guest Blog: Glad Jags or Sad Hatch – The figures add up!

Jalopy Corner: Why is not all over for my Rover

Guest Blog By Rhydian Edwards: Since passing my test over 10 years ago I’ve always favoured running an older (10yo or more) car over buying younger cars with the help of finance deals. While tooling around in a new/nearly new and shiny motor does have a certain appeal, the promises of trouble free motoring soon … More Jalopy Corner: Why is not all over for my Rover

Industry News: New cars bring new oportunities

JAGUAR CARS: Jaguar Land Rover has welcomed its 2014 intake of 283 new graduates within a week of unveiling its breakthrough mid-sized premium sports sedan, the Jaguar XE and revealing its all-new Land Rover Discovery Sport model. Joining the UK’s largest premium automotive manufacturer from the country’s leading academic institutions, the latest recruits are starting … More Industry News: New cars bring new oportunities