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All-New Clio E-TECH Hybrid is powered by a 1.6-litre petrol engine, two electric motors and a powerful battery

Renault Clio
Renault has introduced an advanced E-TECH powertrain to one of its most successful models ever, giving buyers of the best-selling Clio more choice than ever with a broad spectrum of engine and powertrain options. The Clio, Renault’s popular supermini, is the definition of a success story with 30 years of providing excellent value, comfort and enjoyment. More than...

New, go-anywhere Ford Ranger chassis cab is the ideal donor vehicle for conversions to suit specialist industries, including construction, utilities, forestry, military and rescue operators

Ford Ranger Chasis Cab
Ford is introducing a new Ranger chassis cab variant for the first time, providing a wide range of customers with the ability to easily create bespoke vehicles based on Europe’s best-selling pick-up and winner of the International Pick-up Award 2020. The rugged Ranger chassis cab uses a body-on-frame construction, creating a tough donor vehicle that maximises the range...

All-new 2021 Corsa and Corsa-e feature lower list prices, new engines, and updated styling

Corsa
Vauxhall is making the switch to electric even easier with lower on-the-road prices across the all-electric Corsa-e range, as part of its 2021 model updates to both the Corsa and Corsa-e. Alongside the new on-the-road prices for the new all-electric Corsa-e, the 2021 Corsa and Corsa-e models feature new styling updates, a wider trim selection and new engines...

Updated Micra line-up launches with key specification changes to offer the most premium Micra line yet

Nissan Micra
Nissan hits refresh on its iconic Micra, marking the next step in the evolution of the successful city car that first debuted in Europe 38 years ago. The updated 2021 Micra enhances the customer offering, whilst maintaining the current grade line up of Visia, Acenta, N-Sport and Tekna. This will enable customers to maintain...

Ford Transit Connect updated with significant new capability for fleet customers

FordTransitConnect
Ford has announced enhancements for Transit Connect, offering customers best-in-class fuel efficiency and introducing a 1.0-tonne payload for the first time. Class-leading fuel efficiency and low CO2 emissions will help minimise fuel costs for operators and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Transit Connect light commercial vehicle now offers up to 2,501kg gross vehicle mass (GVM) on selected variants, increasing...

Fiat has updated the Panda range for 2021

FIAT Panda
In its 40th year on sale, the Fiat Panda is enjoying a refresh for the 2021 model year. This update also sees an overhaul of the Panda range and trim levels with the inclusion of the new Fiat Panda Sport.  A fan favourite, the Panda is still available as a 4x4 with the Fiat 0.9-litre 85hp Twinair engine....

Enhanced versatility for Renault Master Dropside conversion

off-the-shelf Master Dropside
Renault PRO+ has announced the addition of an enhanced off-the-shelf Master Dropside option to the commercial vehicle range, offering greater versatility and options to van customers than ever before. The new Master Dropside expands the comprehensive offer of Master Conversions available on top of existing Tipper, Luton Box Van and Luton Low Loader conversions, as well as the...

New 5.0-tonne Transit is the most capable Transit load-hauler Ford has ever built

FordTransit5Tfront
Ford have announced the introduction of the new 5.0-tonne Transit derivative, offering customers a van or chassis cab rated to 5,000kg GVM and available at Ford dealers from late November. Ford’s toughest Transit ever features significant mechanical updates to offer customers best-ever payload and vehicle capability, while maintaining the durability, refinement and car-like driving characteristics that have made...

New plug-in hybrid version of A3 Sportback

Audi A3
A little 'e' goes a long way in the latest Audi A3 Sportback – it means that this new TFSI e version of the high-tech compact hatchback can travel effortlessly, economically and environmentally soundly under purely electric power for up to 41 miles, and then for hundreds more when its powerful and frugal TFSI engine takes up...

Mini Electric

Mini Electric
The original Mini, designed by Sir Alec Issigonis, was born out of the Suez crisis oil shortage and the demand for affordable motoring. The first cars rolled off the line at Oxford in the summer of 1959 and so began a global success story which has spanned six decades.As the world faces new environmental, social and economic...