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Remote Control Parking Allowable From June

The Government has introduced new laws that will allow drivers to use remote control parking and other advanced driving assistance (ADAS) systems on British roads more

Added 17th May 2018

Volvo To Stop Diesel From Next Year

Volvo is to stop offering diesel versions on all new models launched from next year. more

Added 16th May 2018

LCV Tax Reform

The Government is set to announce a new tax system for light commercial vehicles during the next Budget, potentially including NOx and CO2 emissions for the first time. more

Added 15th May 2018

Mercedes A Class Saloon

Mercedes A Class Saloon

Mercedes-Benz is to launch the first-ever A-Class saloon later this year, as part of plans to extend its popular small car line-up from five variants to eight.

It follows a record 2017 for the brand’s compact models – the outgoing A-Class and the B-Class, CLA, CLA Shooting Brake and GLA SUV collectively accounting for 620,000 units globally, with 60% of European customers coming from other brands.
The A-Class Saloon will get a global debut at the Auto China motor show in Beijing, as a version tailored towards the local market and built by joint venture partner BAIC Motor. This features a 6cm longer wheelbase than the new A-Class hatchback, in line with Chinese-market demands.
Mercedes-Benz said a version tailored to global markets will be unveiled and launched later this year, likely to be on the same, shorter wheelbase as the hatchback. This would give the A-Class a rival product for the A3 Saloon, particularly important for regions such as North America, but also relevant to Europe.
As yet, it’s unclear whether the A-Class Saloon will be sold alongside the CLA – a car Mercedes-Benz has marketed as a four-door coupe, and which features frameless windows that the more conventional four-door doesn’t get. Chinese specifications hint at standard and sport versions, the latter with powerdomes on the bonnet like the CLA and likely to be sold as AMG-Line in the UK.
The 1.33-litre petrol turbo engine from the new A-Class is also confirmed, with others to follow. Expect 1.5-litre and 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesels for European markets.

Source: International Fleet World


Added: 26th April 2018

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Vehicle delivered today and she's a beut!!! Thank you. The Mazda has been returned with accolades for the condition so all's well. Many thanks for your help, it's really appreciated.  more