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Christmas is fast approaching and if you’re miles ahead and have bought, wrapped and tagged all your gifts then well done! But if you’re still struggling with ideas for the perfect present for a petrolhead in your life, then we’re here to help. We’ve updated our annual gift guide with some great ideas from stocking fillers to big budget presents.
With the new 68-plates revealed at the start of September, what better time to take a look through our favourite brands and what’s new and coming up.
After Theresa May’s recent pledge of £106 million towards research and developing zero-emissions technology, including green vehicles, new batteries and low carbon technology, many are wondering if these plans are too ambitious for the UK. As drivers, are we prepared to give up our petrol and diesel engines and make the move to Electric?
Many of our best loved cars have changed the way they look more times than we care to count, and we can forget just how they looked when they were first introduced to the market.
You may have heard that we’re celebrating 150 years of Exchange and Mart, which means celebrating 150 years of connecting buyers and sellers. It all began back in 1868 with the very first printed edition of Exchange and Mart, a place where people could ‘Buy, sell, or exchange anything’. And we meant anything, from stamps to servants, you could shop for everything and even find a job.
150 years ago, when Exchange and Mart was just starting out, cars were still a bit of a pipe dream. It was such a new concept that motoring laws and regulations that are commonplace today didn’t even exist. So we’re taking a trip down memory lane to some of the most iconic moments in British motoring history, from the early 1900s up until this year.
The growth of electric cars is inevitable after a game-changing 2017 and we take a look at the way the market is heading and the new models that are around the corner. We also look at new cars from the most popular sectors – superminis and SUVs.
As car fans we all dream about the motors we’d buy if we won the lottery. But for most of us cost will be a serious consideration when we’re buying. That doesn’t mean that we have to settle for a humdrum car, though. For the price of the average hatchback, or even less, you could be driving something with a lot more prestige. Here we look at dream cars on a real-life budget – and we’ve chucked in the ones for the lottery winners for good measure.
When we think of fashion and trends it’s hard not to think of cars, because what makes more of a statement about our style than our choice of car? A lot of our buying decisions are based not only practicality but on how it looks – colour, shape and style.
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