Archive: March, 2012

Vauxhall boss happy at Ampera’s Car of the Year win

Posted on 03/05/12 by Telegraph Staff

Vauxhall’s managing director Duncan Aldred talks to the Telegraph’s David Millward about the Ampera becoming the Car of the Year.

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Geneva motor show 2012: Bentley’s SUV Concept

Posted on 03/05/12 by Telegraph Staff

Bentley has revealed its take on a four-wheel drive, luxury SUV ahead of the Geneva motor show.

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Ford launches ‘bumper kick’ car

Posted on 03/05/12 by James Hall

The days of having to put down bags of shopping in order to open the car boot could soon be over, after Ford unveiled a door that opens when the car’s rear bumper is kicked.

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Geneva motor show 2012: Vauxhall Ampera wins Car of the Year

Posted on 03/05/12 by Andrew English

Vauxhall’s Ampera extended-range electric car has been crowned Car of the Year ahead of the Geneva motor show.

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How to read eco labels for tyres

Posted on 03/05/12 by Telegraph Staff

New tyre labelling rules are coming in from November, but the industry has reservations.

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Testing centre for disabled motorists on 13th floor, without a lift

Posted on 03/05/12 by Telegraph Staff

A council has agreed to move a blue badge testing centre for disabled motorists – after admitting being on the roof of a 13 storey building with a broken lift was “not the ideal location.”

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Ferrari which rusted in a barn for decades sells for £100,000

Posted on 03/05/12 by Telegraph Staff

This dilapidated old Ferrari lay rusting in a barn for more than 35 years – but has just been snapped up for £100,000.

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Top Gear, series 18, episode 6, BBC Two, review

Posted on 03/04/12 by Michael Hogan

Michael Hogan reviews episode six of the 18th series of BBC Two’s motoring series Top Gear.

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Car owners face fines if passengers litter

Posted on 03/04/12 by David Millward

Motorists who let a passenger throw rubbish out of the window of their car face a £100, even if they were not driving at the time.

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Motorists face finding another £4 to fill up

Posted on 03/03/12 by David Millward

Motorists face a “summer of misery” after petrol prices hit record levels yesterday, the has AA warned.

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