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BMW has announced plans to release the 6 series coupe later this year. The car will be available in both 650i and 640i guise. The convertible has been revealed already and is set to be released in the next couple of months.
Auction halls are flooded with unwanted cars from overstocked dealers following the recent high numbers of part exchange vehicles due to the new registration earlier in the month. Many dealer groups have stopped buying until they sell some used cars via the retail route. So now could be the time to grab a bargain...
Porsche have announced plans to develop a mid-engine supercar to rival the likes of the Ferrari 458 Italia and McLaren MP4. Details are not available at this stage but this could bring excitement to the otherwise unchanged Porsche sports car range.
The Mercedes C63 coupe is set to join the range later this year. The new monster will have the acclaimed 6.2 V8 power plant paired up with the 7-speed 'speed-shift' gearbox. Two power outputs will be available starting at 451 BHP with the high output AMG Development variant putting out a huge 480 BHP. Expect 0-62mph in sub-4.5 seconds for both models!
Have you tried to walk into a dealership and buy a brand new Audi Q5 or even VW Golf recently? It’s a lot more difficult than it should be! Unless of course you don’t mind a long wait - expect to wait at least 6 months for both!
So many people are trying to think smart and buy nearly new-this isn’t a good or easy move. Many models are demanding nearly list price even up to 12 months old with up to 10000 miles on the clock! But they are selling...
Bigger 4x4 values are starting to feel the effects of ever rising fuel costs. There are plenty of Range Rovers, Audi Q7s and BMW X5s hitting the market. This is a result of people attempting to cut down on running costs by downsizing.
The 1p per litre cut in fuel prices has quickly been masked by fuel providers. It has been lost amongst an array of price hikes. This seems set to continue-how long will it take for fuel to hit the outrageous figure of £2.00 per litre?
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