Category : Top Stories
ALD Automotive has launched a new digital sales platform, offering ex-lease vehicles to buy at a fixed price, auction, sealed bid or countdown price drop.
MG enters the electric market, with an inexpensive proposition and enticing specs, finds Jonathan Musk.
As the fastest-growing car manufacturer in the UK, MG is setting its sights on electrified vehicles to act as the tip of the spear in the … Read More »
E10 fuel should be introduced to the UK by 2020 latest to help save the equivalent emissions of 700,000 cars and safeguard the future of the … Read More »
Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has committed to switching its global 16,000-strong vehicle fleet to electric by 2030.
A Department for Transport review into roads policing could see more ‘cops in cars’, reversing over a decade of cutbacks and helping to cut down on … Read More »
82% of current-generation Superb sales went to fleets in Europe; Martyn Collins thinks this mid-life refresh will keep them and UK buyers coming back.
New evidence of the pollution caused by brake and tyre particles could bring further use of congestion charging as well as other measures to encourage drivers … Read More »
Fleets are putting driver safety at risk by failing to address the grey fleet and not clamping down on mobile phone use behind the wheel.
The UK Government’s legal commitment to net-zero emissions by 2050 must be backed by solid action on climate change – including on transport emissions and phasing … Read More »
The emergence of flexible mobility is promising convenient, cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternatives to the traditional fleet. Alex Grant finds out how well today’s services stack … Read More »
Volkswagen has announced pricing, mpg and CO2 figures for the facelifted Passat, which brings a longer-range GTE hybrid model plus extra connectivity and safety kit.
Major fleet operators Centrica, SSE and Mitie have pledged to go electric by 2030 – cutting emissions from more than 21,000 vehicles.
Local and national government visions of a mobility revolution will require wide-ranging Government support to help encourage people to walk, cycle and use more public transport.
The start date for Leeds City Council’s charging Clean Air Zone remains up in the air, despite the city pushing ahead with implementing the scheme.
The fleet sector continues to outperform private new car registrations despite still showing a downturn.
Renault has unveiled its second-generation Captur small SUV, which introduces new driver assistance features plus a plug-in hybrid from 2020.
The first images of the facelifted Vauxhall Astra are now out, with the updated model bringing latest technologies plus new, more efficient engines.
BMW’s 7 Series update is much more than just skin-deep, finds Jonathan Musk.
Interest in mobility solutions is increasing but few businesses would be willing to give up their company cars and use a mobility solution instead.
The extreme state of disrepair of the English local road network will only be sorted by a ‘front-loaded’ five-year funding settlement.
Ford has announced that around 12,000 jobs are to go in Europe in line with restructuring plans intended to bring the carmaker back into profit.
Kia has outlined details of its XCeed crossover, which will target buyers looking for SUV practicality with claimed hatchback driving dynamics.
Vauxhall has unveiled the petrol and diesel variants of its new Corsa, just weeks after the electric model was revealed.
Audi has dropped the diesel plug-in hybrid from the updated Q7 line-up, readying a petrol alternative said to be more in tune with global tastes, alongside … Read More »