April 24 2014 Latest news:
As London’s population continues to grow, using the increasingly overcrowded Underground can feel a bit like a daily battle. And with the annual cost of a Zone 1-4 travel card at an eye watering £2,288 (or £219 per month) lots of Londoners are looking for alternatives.
Family cars have a lot to cope with but thankfully there are plenty of practical and versatile models on the market at affordable prices.
What’s more, modern advances have transformed the once tired and thirsty family wagon into an altogether more agreeable car that’s comfortable, with low running costs and impressive fuel economy.
Garages that have been removed from the MoT scheme following formal disciplinary action are to be made public from April.
The congestion charging system is forever changing, with the rules for exemption tightening as car manufacturers work hard to produce cleaner vehicles. The latest round of congestion charge exemption rules are particularly fierce, meaning just a handful of new cars are eligible for a full discount.
With the London congestion charge set to increase by 15% this summer, you’d be forgiven for thinking that motoring in and around the capital is fast becoming the reserve for the rich and famous.
If you live in London and are searching for a new car then it's quite likely that you’ll be considering a diesel-powered vehicle. After all, a diesel engine ticks a lot of boxes when it comes to buying a new car, with good fuel economy and performance being among its two chief attributes.
With three new season models to display, plus new colour options for the remainder of its range, Kawasaki have a lot to pack on their stand at the upcoming Carol Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show.
Buying a new SUV for under £10,000 is possible thanks to the Dacia Duster, but for those who want more creature comforts or who need genuine off-road ability with all-wheel drive the only way to get something in budget is to look at the used car market.
The world’s leading motorcycle manufacturers, including BMW, Ducati, Harley-Davidson, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Triumph and Yamaha are gearing up for the 2014 Carole Nash MCN London Motorcycle Show at the ExCel Centre from February 14 to 16.
When Kawasaki launched the all-new Z1000SX in Spain three years ago (November 2010), they announced that it would be in a class of its own. Very brave.
Dan Powell, managing editor of motoring website Honest John, writes about the growing affordability of electric cars.
One of London’s most popular shopping streets came to a standstill as more than 300 cars from past, present and future gathered for the annual Regent Street Motor Show.
Can a car grow vegetables?
Twizy delivery vehicle would make a lot more sense for postmen than small diesel vans with DPFs that clog up: Twizy delivery on Twizy Forum.
The Mitsubishi i-MiEV is an innovative, fun and well equipped small electric city car.