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August, 2018

  • 7 August

    How driving your car this morning could have invalidated your car insurance

    You could’ve invalidated your car this morning by driving to work due to a decision you made while taking out your insurance premium. This is if you picked the incorrect or an unsuitable ‘class of use’ for your car insurance. Class of use refers to what situations and scenarios you ...

  • 6 August

    Mercedes C-Class 2018 REVIEW – Why the new car doesn't stack up next to its rivals

    Mercedes needed to do something to keep its C-Class (Image: GETTY) So Mercedes needed to do something to keep its C-Class – its biggest-selling car – at the top of its game. The German firm says this is the biggest model update in the car’s history, with 6,500 parts being ...

  • 5 August

    Hyundai realising an electric dream

    BRIGHT SPARK: The Kona’s colour options are quite bold (Image: QUICKCARREVIEW.COM) Battery technology, and crucially mileage range on a full charge, has now improved and with the introduction of Jaguar’s I-Pace and this new all-electric Hyundai Kona, they’re now entering the mainstream in greater numbers. Also, for all the strides ...

July, 2018

  • 31 July

    Kia Ceed 2018 review – Better to drive, better to look at and better equipped

    Kia Ceed 2018 review (Image: KIA) Perfectly positioned in the popular mid-sized family hatchback market, the Ceed has been on sale since 2006, with this forthcoming version being its third generation model. Some 1.3 million sales on, the Ceed has underpinned the Korean firm’s fortunes, being one of the brand’s ...

  • 30 July

    Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.0TD REVIEW – It will get better every day you drive it

    Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2018 will cost from £42,435 (Image: JAGUAR) With car niches becoming ever narrower and the proliferation of crossovers in today’s market, it would be all too easy for car makers to give up on old-school estates altogether. Then again, when you get one as gorgeously good-looking as ...

  • 29 July

    MOTs to be SCRAPPED? ‘Pointless’ test is ‘outdated and unnecessary’

    Drivers across Britain are paying hundreds of millions of pounds a year on the ‘unnecessary’ MOT test every year, claims a leading think tank. The Adam Smith Institute (ASI) is urging MPs to ditch the MOT test after claiming it is ‘outdated.’ According to the report the MOT test generates ...

  • 28 July

    Best cars for newly qualified drivers – 8 cars new motorists should buy

    Best cars for newly qualified drivers in the UK (Image: NC) On a practical level though, there are certain criteria that first-timers should be mindful of; style, invariably, is vital – but so is safety. It also needs to be easy to drive, and affordability is understandably an important requirement, ...

  • 27 July

    Driving in heatwave – The surprising faults that can seriously damage your car

    Drivers could run into a number of problems on the roads during a heatwave (Image: GETTY ) The UK has been experiencing a giant heatwave, which has seen temperatures soar to over 34 degrees in London – which is among the highest level it’s been at for many years. It ...

  • 25 July

    Kia Sportage 2018 UK price, specs and pictures revealed

    Kia Sportage 2018 UK price and specs have been revealed (Image: KIA) Kia has unveiled the new Sportage 2018 alongside a full list of specs and its pricing list.  The updated SUV features a range of enhancements and updates including on the car’s exterior, interior and new safety and infotainment ...

  • 23 July

    Peugeot Rifter 2018 REVIEW – Road test, price, specs and impressions

    This new Peugeot Rifter could change buyers’ minds (Image: NC) Based on Peugeot’s next generation Partner van, the Rifter takes over from the just-as-oddly-named Tepee. Passenger car versions of vans appeal to two car-buying sectors: the private taxi market where reliability, low cost, and big interior space are ideal; and ...