As plug-in vehicles get more popular, manufacturers are continually striving for the latest and greatest technology, which means things change pretty fast, and sometimes it’s hard to keep up! Get ready for a raft of acronyms as we look at four different types of plug-in vehicle currently on the market.
If reliability is the number one thing you look for when buying a car, you’re not alone. Nearly two-thirds of car buyers agree with you that this is what matters most.
If you own an electric car or you’re thinking of buying one, you might be wondering about the best way to charge it up. In this post, we’ve covered some of the common questions people have around charging electric vehicles (EVs), and provided example charging times for a range of plug-in cars.
Electric cars have grown hugely in popularity over recent years, with more than 212,000 plug-in electric vehicles registered in the UK up to the end of 2018.
The latest luxury cars offer an irresistible combination of comfort, cutting-edge tech, speed and style – so there’s never been a better time to get an upgrade.
Here’s our pick of the most luxurious cars you can buy in 2019, ordered by engine size.
GAP stands for Guaranteed Asset Protection, it is an additional insurance that can be used in the case of your vehicle being written off to cover the difference between what your insurance will pay out and the current value of your vehicle.
In the ever-growing world of hybrid and electric vehicles it can be difficult to know which vehicle is best for you. Luckily, we’re here to help, so read on to find out which hybrid or electric vehicle suits you and your lifestyle!
From hotly-anticipated sports cars to fresh iterations of well-loved models, we’re set to see plenty of exciting new releases in the world of motoring this year.
Nowadays, we’re all much more aware of the environmental impact our lifestyle choices can have – and for most of us, it’s our car that’s the biggest contributor to our carbon footprint. With this in mind, more and more motorists are choosing hybrid or electric cars.
We live in a country where good weather is not always on the cards. Nevertheless, we Brits love our convertibles and are surprisingly one of the world’s largest markets for buying convertible cars.