Several hybrid concepts were on display at Paris 2014. We take a look.
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We round up the small cars you should pay attention to from the Paris Motor Show.
Suzuki has unveiled its all new Vitara off-road model at Paris motor show.
Hyundai Motor has unveiled its latest fuel-efficient powertrain innovations at the Paris Motor Show 2014.
Jaguar has announced pricing and trim levels for the XE, starting from £26,995.
Vauxhall's all-new 2.0-litre CDTi diesel engine has made its debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
Kia is putting increasing emphasis on the interior quality of its new cars as the company looks to move beyond the traditional perception that it is a low-price value brand.
Honda is preparing for double-digit growth in the fleet sector next year and is lining up a series of driving road shows for prospective customers as it bids to “get back on the radar”.
Nissan’s core fleet business has increased registrations by 20% so far this year but the company is expecting a further acceleration in the final quarter as sales constraints are lifted, particularly on the Qashqai.
Skoda plans to change the designation of its top trim level from Elegance to SE-L, bringing it in line with its S and SE marks.
Seat is increasing the number of demonstrators available to fleets as it bids to get more potential customers behind the wheel.
Nissan GB managing director Jim Wright believes the UK is “close to” a tipping point for electric vehicle sales after the company achieved a record level of Leaf registrations in September.
Fiat has unveiled the new 500X crossover at Paris motor show.
Honda has revealed their new look CR-V at the Paris Motor Show.
Kia will reveal the new Optima mild hybrid show car at the 2014 Paris Motor Show on October 2 - the first application and demonstration of its new mild hybrid powertrain.
Volkswagen is launching the new Golf Alltrack.
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