The Ford Fiesta hatchback has been the most popular super-mini in the UK for over a decade. It launched in 1976 and has gone through many versions since then to the seventh generation of the Fiesta launched in 2017. The cabin and the driver-assistance technology had a major re-vamp and the overall look was modernised.
Sportback is the name given to the five-door variant of Audi's compact hatchback. The Audi A3 Sportback is a family hatchback that starts at £22,190 According to Audi the sharp and expressive lines give the Audi A3 Sportback a dynamic look.
Due to global changes Honda announced earlier in the week that they will be closing down their Honda Plant located in Swindon. This is a bitter blow to all who are connected to the plant whether they are direct employee’s or part of the economy chain associated with the manufacturing plant.
According to their website Volkswagen are bringing a legend back to life, and will be revealing the first fully electric buggy or e-buggy. Sticking with the original idea of the beach buggy, the VW beach buggy will have no doors, no roof, whilst the wheels dominate the overall look.
Here in the UK we like to stay true to Vauxhall, as a patriotic lot many of us do think about Vauxhall for a vehicle because they are still being built here in the UK…. however Vauxhall remain competitive in the car industry making sure they have strong contenders within in each category of vehicle whether it be family car, crossover or executive… so no surprise that the new Viva will give other cars in its class a run of their money. The new Viva is smaller that its 1960 namesake, and falls into the city car class. This is already a very competitive market so lets take a look at why Vauxhall think they are on to a winner…..
The Viva City car
The new Viva is not going to really turn any heads, and when placed with its rivals other models do look better in
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With summer on its way, and a new batch of cars fresh off the production line, many of us might just be thinking about an upgrade, perhaps even go topless. Despite the changeable and often wet weather we get in the UK, we actually buy more convertibles than any other country in Europe. In fact, our mild summers provide the perfect conditions for driving with the roof down. You still get the fresh air and the sunshine, but don’t have to worry so much about heat stroke or sunburn.
Fortunately, driving a convertible no longer means droughts, leaks and a flapping canvas. Today’s convertibles offer drivers comfort and refinement that you would expect with any solid-roofed vehicle.
This year brings with it an array of great convertibles to tempt you. But,