This is the new Land Rover Defender. An icon reimagined for the 21st century; it has been cleverly engineered with capability and safety for all the family at its heart. New Defender is built for the adventurous and curious, for those who know the value of community and strive to make a difference. The unmistakable silhouette is familiar yet new. It looks tough and is tough but designed with purpose and engineered to excite. Iconic in name, shape and capability, Defender can be personalised to allow owners to make the most of their world.
The Vision EQS, a milestone on the way to the future of Mercedes-Benz. At the International Motor Show in Frankfurt (12 September to 22 September 2019), Mercedes-Benz will show the challenges of the future: sustainability is becoming a central component of the brand philosophy, and a major aspect of our corporate strategy. The show car already meets these aspirations today, and provides an outlook on future large, electric luxury saloons.
Following the recent unveiling of the All-New i10, Hyundai Motor has announced it is to further enhance its N Line portfolio with the All-New i10 N Line, which makes its debut at the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show (IAA). The new model combines the dynamic design, comprehensive connectivity and advanced safety of the All-New i10 with the sportiness and attitude of N Line. The All-New i10 N Line will be available in summer 2020.
Hyundai Motor Company unveiled 45, an electric vehicle concept, at the International Motor Show (IAA) 2019 in Frankfurt today.
The 2019 Geneva motor show proved that electrified cars are not only the future, but also very much now. As Jaguar’s I-Pace was crowned European Car of the Year 2019, every car maker worth its salt revealed new electric, hybrid, plug-in hybrid or mild hybrid technology, to futureproof its vehicles. Peugeot took the wraps off the 208, and the pure-electric e-208, while Skoda revealed the Kamiq baby SUV, SsangYong took the wraps off its new Korando and Mercedes-Benz showed off a facelift for its GLC-Class. Renault’s brand-new Clio was on show, alongside Mazda’s new CX-30 SUV, the Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class Shooting Brake and the monstrous Volkswagen Touareg V8 TDI.
A higher proportion of Volkswagen buyers in Germany chose diesel power last year, compared to other forms of propulsion, with the diesel market share percentage at 43 per cent last year, compared to 39 per cent in 2017.
Move fast if you see a Superb sitting for sale, because we think this is the best used car on sale in Britain. Even when new this limo-like family car is stonking value, and used prices make the Superb an absolute steal.
2019 Diesel Car & Eco Car Used Car Top 50 – The Kia Sportage is voted Best Used Medium SUV and is in second place in this year’s rankings
The third-generation Kia Sportage looks set to become a design classic for the Korean brand, with desirable styling that strikes a chord with buyers. A generous seven-year warranty means most examples are still covered, not that you’re likely to need it, as reliability is top notch.
2019 Diesel Car & Eco Car Used Car Top 50 – Citroen’s C4 Cactus is in at number 3 and is our Best Used Medium Car
We love its quirky design that’s as fun as it is innovative and well thought out. From its chunky body cladding, designed to fend off shopping trolleys, to comfortable armchair seats, the Cactus isn’t afraid to be different.
The Mazda6 is one of the best kept secrets in motoring, with handsome looks, excellent handling and superb diesel engines. Mazda’s ‘rightsizing’ approach to engine design sees a big 2.2-litre diesel fitted under the bonnet, with clever engineering and weight savings that allows the 148bhp version to return up to 69mpg.