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Fleet Show 2017 will be the first opportunity for fleet decision-makers to test drive the all-new Renault Koleos – the car that is leading a surge in conquest business at the French manufacturer.
The top-spec Tiguan has taken a step up among the premium brands, explains Alex Grant.
Forthcoming changes to Benefit-in-Kind tax for ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVs) have been put on hold in advance of the election.
A High Court hearing tomorrow (27 April) will order the Government to explain its plans to delay publication of a crucial clean air plan for the UK.
Fleets are being urged to make sure they’re ready for a new law next month that means EU member states have to share information on drivers relating to traffic offences.
With its sights set on doubling its sales to business users, Suzuki will mark its Fleet Show debut with the chance to try its entire product range, including the all-new Swift supermini.
Nissan has redefined the Micra so much that it almost deserves a new name, reckons Alex Grant.
Ford is launching a nationwide mobile service programme, providing a range of SMR work including warranty and pre-delivery inspections for both cars and vans.
The Energy Saving Trust is once again looking for fleets using the latest innovations to cut emissions for this year’s Fleet Hero Awards.
MINI maximises the potential of its controversial, but big-selling, crossover. By Alex Grant.
Fleets of driverless vehicles are to be trialled on UK roads and motorways in 2019 with the help of a latest round of government funding.
Drivers in England and Wales caught speeding excessively will now face higher under new sentencing guidelines.
The car that defined a segment steps back up to the cutting edge, reckons Alex Grant.
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Dacia moves to meet growing demand for C-segment automatics with Duster EDC, says Dan Gilkes.
CO2 emissions of new cars sold in the EU continued to fall last year but at a slower rate.
More than a third of companies are still not using telematics systems to help monitor their fleet – leaving themselves open to potential fines of up to £20m.
Volvo’s first electric car will be built in China and sold globally from 2019.