Mazda has unveiled its new CX-30 SUV at the Geneva Motor Show.
Prices of Mitsubishi cars are likely to rise ‘significantly’ should a ‘hard Brexit’ occur, according to the firm’s UK boss.
The Geneva Motor Show, taking place each March in the Swiss city’s Palexpo exhibition centre, is the event that the motoring world plans its whole calendar around. It’s typically the location for European manufacturers to reveal their most important and pivotal models, announce major step-changes to their brand or corporate strategy and play around with amazing concept cars.
Peugeot has admitted it is stockpiling cars and has already prepared its website to increase prices by 10 per cent in the event of a no deal Brexit.
In 2019, diesel’s reputation is low thanks to a raft of well-documented emissions controversies, and it seems unlikely to regain its former status as not only an eco- and wallet-friendly alternative to petrol, but also a serious proposition in terms of performance.
Silverstone Auctions has revealed the full catalogue for its Race Retro classic car sale, taking place at the motorsport show of the same name on Saturday, February 23.
Peugeot’s engineers have come up with a sportier hybrid 508.
What is it? Take a passing glance at the Hyundai i30 N-Line and you might think you’re looking at the hardcore i30 N hot hatchback. Indeed, that was Hyundai’s intention – the N-Line, as is the case with most cars with ‘Line’ in their trim level, is meant to give some of the glamour of a full-fat hot hatch but without the associated running costs.
I’ve mentioned it before, but if I was specifying a brand-new car, the first option box I’d tick would be the one for LED headlights. Compared with old-fashioned halogens they’re just so much brighter, clearer and safer – not to mention so ubiquitous on new models, that a modern vehicle without them looks downright odd.
Launched towards the end of last year, Peugeot’s new 5008 is a seven-seat SUV designed and priced to take on the Skoda Kodiaq and Citroen C4 Grand Picasso.