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Here you will find a wide range of articles covering the latest news, features, car reviews and much more from across the automotive industry. With contributions from Money4yourMotors staff and some of our key partners. All views expressed are those of the article's author and do not necessarily represent those of Money4yourMotors.

WHAT CAR READERS FAVOUR SUZUKIS *New

by Content Team |
posted 21 January 2022

WHAT CAR READERS FAVOUR SUZUKIS

Suzuki is celebrating some exciting news from the results of the 2022 What Car? Reliability Survey in which readers report on their car ownership experience from six up to 15 years old. Read More...


SURVEY SHOWS EV OWNER SATISFACTION *New

by Content Team |
posted 20 January 2022

SURVEY SHOWS EV OWNER SATISFACTION

Zap-Map, the UK’s No.1 electric vehicle charging app, has released the results of a new survey of EV drivers across the country. Read More...


SURVEY UNCOVERS INTERESTING PERCEPTIONS INTO DEALER SERVICE *New

by Content Team |
posted 19 January 2022

SURVEY UNCOVERS INTERESTING PERCEPTIONS INTO DEALER SERVICE

Expectations among car buyers are almost always met by dealers, but customers remain less happy with the quality of dealer staff, new research has revealed. Every aspect of the buying experience is scrutinised in Autovia's 'Driver Power’ research - drawn from the reports of up to 60,000 participants a year - and dealer staff appear to be the weakest link in an otherwise almost universally satisfying process. Read More...


INFORMATIVE INSIGHTS INTO NEW AND USED CAR BUYERS *New

by Content Team |
posted 18 January 2022

INFORMATIVE INSIGHTS INTO NEW AND USED CAR BUYERS

Myths about 'miserly Scots' and financially cautious retirees have been quelled by revelations in one of the biggest surveys of car buying behaviour ever conducted. According to Autovia, Scottish drivers and retired people are more likely to buy a new car than anyone else. Read More...


COMPELLING SALES GROWTH FOR EVS

by Content Team |
posted 15 January 2022

COMPELLING SALES GROWTH FOR EVS

December’s car sales list capped off an astonishing year for electric cars. With 9,612 Tesla Model 3s leaving showrooms before Christmas, the - hugely popular American EV outsold the second-place Mini by almost 5000 units, making it the best-selling car of the month for the third time last year. Read More...


LAST LOTUS MODELS LEAVE THE PRODUCTION LINE

by Content Team |
posted 14 January 2022

LAST LOTUS MODELS LEAVE THE PRODUCTION LINE

Lotus is commemorating the end of production of its Elise, Exige and Evora range of sports cars. Between these three model lines and over the course of 26 years, a total of 51,738 cars came off the production line. Combined, they represent almost half of the total production of Lotus in its 73-year history. In addition, 9,715 sports cars were built for Lotus’ third-party clients, including GM and Tesla. Read More...


WHEN IS A WRITE-OFF NOT A WRITE-OFF

by Content Team |
posted 13 January 2022

WHEN IS A WRITE-OFF NOT A WRITE-OFF

Around 700,000 vehicles are known to be written off by insurance companies each year, and the true figure could be even higher. However, according to leading price comparison site Quotezone.co.uk, many drivers are unaware that some cars are written off because the cost of repairing them might be more than the vehicle is worth, and not because they aren’t roadworthy. Read More...


WEATHER WARNINGS MAKE TYRE CHECKS VITAL

by Content Team |
posted 12 January 2022

WEATHER WARNINGS MAKE TYRE CHECKS VITAL

With the Met Office issuing warnings for ice and snow, and the threat of flooding from the Environment Agency this week, 2022 has started with demanding driving conditions across the country. With millions of us making New Year’s resolutions, TyreSafe is advising motorists to check their tyres regularly to reduce the risk of an incident while out on the road. Read More...


CALL TO PRIORITISE OLDER DRIVERS

by Content Team |
posted 18 December 2021

CALL TO PRIORITISE OLDER DRIVERS

GEM Motoring Assist says new measures are needed urgently to help keep older drivers safe on their journeys. The call follows a warning that car driver deaths in the 70 to 79 age group are expected to rise by 40 per cent over the next 20 years. Read More...


CHEAPEST COUNTRIES TO BUY AN EV

by Content Team |
posted 17 December 2021

With 10 million electric vehicles being driven around the world, a new study has looked at the most expensive places around the world to buy an EV, with Singapore the most costly at £104,530, and Spain the cheapest at just £17,733. The UK is the 22nd cheapest, with an EV costing over £70k less here, than it does in Singapore, but £8,000 more than Spain. Read More...