Archive for the ‘Motor Industry News’ Category
Car salvage dealers will no doubt be watching the outcome of the first official test drive of the new Volvo V60 Plug-in Hybrid, due to take place next week (May 18th-22nd).
The success or failure of the tests in Berlin could have a significant impact on Volvo car part supply and demand, as drivers keen to [...]
Car salvage auctions may have seen an unexpected trend emerge over recent weeks, with favourable sunshine typically seeing an increase in convertible vehicle prices.
However, April 2011's soft top auction market was surprisingly cool, according to British Car Auctions (BCA).
This is great news for drivers, who can secure themselves a cheaper deal on their [...]
Skoda vehicles are likely to prove lucrative at car salvage auctions and among second-hand car dealers, after three models made it into the Auto Express Driver Power Top 100 chart.
The Superb, Yeti and Octavia ranges were named first, second and fourth in the table, which is compiled based on a survey of 23,000 motorists.
Ford's Mondeo model has been crowned as Bitain's best family and estate car by experts at What Car?.
The new Mondeo boasts many new features, such as heightened interior craftsmanship, external refinements, new LED lights and a revised bonnet profile, which combine to provide a sporty appearance.
Nigel Sharp, Ford Britain managing director, said: "Ford's newest Mondeo [...]
Vauxhall was Scotland's favourite car manufacturer in 2010, which may entice customers to search for the manufacturer's components at car salvage auctions.
The company has become the country's favourite car developer for the fifth year in succession, with its Corsa vehicle being named as Scotland's best-selling car for the fifth consecutive year.
Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall’s managing director, [...]