Peugeot has revealed the 308 SW, as estate version of the new model launched in the UK this month.
Mitsubishi's UK boss has set out ambitious plans for growth in the next four years fuelled by new products and a more favourable exchange rate.
Seat has appointed Peter McDonald as head of fleet and business sales.
Toyota Fleet Services has signed a deal with GMB that will see it supply more than 250 Auris Hybrid hatchback and Touring Sports estate models, replacing Toyota Prius hybrids on the union’s fleet.
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the new lighter and more efficient C-Class due to make its public debut in Detroit in January 2014.
The Infiniti Q50 has proved itself to have one of the most advanced standard fit collision avoidance systems according to Thatcham.
The decision to withdraw Chevrolet from the European car market is unlikely to have a significant impact on residual values, according to Glass's.
The new car market is on course for growth of 10% as registrations beat 2012's total in 11 months.
A sub-100g/km diesel Toyota Yaris will be available in 2014 as range structure changes bring it in line with other Toyota models.
Nissan is planning a growth offensive across Europe to establish itself as the number one Japanese car manufacturer for sales.
The all-electric Volkswagen E-Up is now on sale priced at £24,250 on the road(or £19,250 including £5,000 Government grant).
Mitsubishi has confirmed its new Outlander plug-in hybrid will receive a 100% discount on the London Congestion Charge when it arrives in the UK in 2014.
Infiniti will add a turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol engine to its powertrain portfolio for the Q50 saloon.
Toshiba Tec has chosen the Toyota Auris Hybrid Touring Sports for its UK engineers, based on its environmental performance and practicality.
CAP has forecast residual values of up to 37% for the new Mazda3 - ahead of rivals such as the Honda Civic and Volvo V40, but still behind the Volkswagen Golf.
Prices creep up but CO2 emissions are down for all-new Nissan Qashqai.
Honda has released a sketch of the Honda FCEV Concept in advance of its world debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show on November 20.
The Citroen Select Approved Used Vehicle Programme has been extended to include Citroen cars and LCVs up to 10 years old or 100,000 miles (whichever comes first).
Tristar Worldwide has become one of the first chauffeur companies in the UK to add the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class to its fleet.
Growth in new car registrations in October has prompted a rise in the full year forecase to 2.25 million.
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