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Look for bargains among the non-classics

After some serious used-car value? Forget 'image' and 'premium' and you're in

by Steve Cropley
21 January 2015
Deals
Back in 1973, serious consideration was given to replacing the capital's South Circular with a tunnel

We need more road space, so let's get tunnelling

Britain is full of bottlenecks, so it's time to start digging down

by Hilton Holloway
16 January 2015
Anything goes
The new Mercedes-Maybach S-class is the first in what is likely to become a new family of models

As the rich get richer, the cars get better

The launch of the new Mercedes-Maybach S-class proves that there will always be a market for super-luxury cars

by Jim Holder
15 January 2015
New cars
The Green Party proposes spending less money on our roads

I'm not convinced by the Green Party's policy on road building

A general election is grinding closer, and listening to the politicians' views on motoring topics is illuminating, if a little concerning…

by James Ruppert
13 January 2015
Motoring
Bentley has chosen the Bentayga name for its new SUV

It's getting tougher to play the car name game

The Detroit motor show has seen some truly inventive car names revealed, but who will complain about F-Pace and Bentayga in the long run?

by Steve Cropley
13 January 2015
New cars
The Ford GT was one of the stars of today's Detroit motor show

How Ford fast-tracked the new GT and stole the Detroit show

With its new V6-powered GT supercar Ford isn't just celebrating past glories, but looking forward to an exciting future too

by Jim Holder
12 January 2015
Detroit motor show
There will be a quiz on this later, Mercedes boss Dieter Zetsche told journalists

Navigating the minefield of Mercedes' new car naming system

Do you know your GLE Coupés from your GLCs? And your SLCs from your CLAs? Mercedes' new car naming system has many confused

by Andrew Frankel
12 January 2015
Detroit motor show
The Detroit motor show officially opens its door to the press today

Manufacturers keep surprises up their sleeves for the Detroit motor show

It's normal for publicity-hungry manufacturers to fully reveal their star cars ahead of motor shows, but today's Detroit show is different

by Mark Tisshaw
12 January 2015
Detroit motor show
The Jaguar F-Pace is due to launch in 2016

Why Jaguar F-Pace is a fitting name for the firm's new SUV

With its name now sorted, Jaguar's C-X17-based F-Pace SUV is edging closer to the showroom

by Jim Holder
9 January 2015
Detroit motor show
The tech secrets of the Toyota Mirai are now available for free for five years

The future car industry can’t afford a VHS versus Betamax face-off

Toyota's offer to make 5600 fuel cell patents available to all for five years is a landmark for the car industry

by Hilton Holloway
7 January 2015
Green cars

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