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Jaama has recruited a further two business analysts within its development team as it also announces plans for new developments in 2017.
PSA Group has published online certified calculations of real-world fuel consumption for more than 1,000 versions of Peugeot, Citroën and DS vehicles.
Although the Spring Budget had been expected to bring further clarification of tax changes to salary sacrifice and cash allowances, no further details were revealed.
The chancellor pledged £270m to keep the UK at the forefront of “disruptive technologies like biotech, robotic systems and driverless vehicles”.
Vauxhall has revealed its second-generation Insignia Sports Tourer at the Geneva Motor Show.
BMW has unveiled its 2017 5 Series Touring at the Geneva Motor Show, prior to sales starting in June.
Subaru has unveiled its new XV crossover at Geneva, which brings an updated 2.0-litre petrol engine and enhanced off-road ability.
Volkswagen has revealed the successor to the CC saloon-cum-coupe – the Arteon.
Volvo has taken the wraps off its new XC60 mid-size SUV, revealing a car heavily influenced by the larger XC90 model.
Ford’s new Fiesta will be priced from £12,715 when it goes on sale this spring.
Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations has created a bespoke Land Rover Discovery for the Austrian Red Cross, including its own search and rescue drone.
Masternaut and Allstar Business Solutions have teamed up to launch a fuel card solution that combines fuel card and vehicle tracking data to simplify claims and identify misuse.
Dealers are being urged to provide more useful information to fleets in safety checks carried out when servicing cars and vans.
New car average CO2 emissions decreased by 1.2% in 2016 but marking the smallest annual percentage improvement for the last 10 years.
The future of Vauxhall has been thrown into doubt following the sale of parent company GM Europe to PSA.
Volkswagen has announced further details for its Tiguan Allspace seven-seat SUV, which arrives in the UK this winter.
TR Fleet has been acquired by Italy-based fines management and automotive IT specialist Safo Group, which has taken a 75% stake in the business.
According to latest data published by SMMT, new car registrations saw a slight downturn in February, with rising fleet demand helping to counter a downturn in private registrations.