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  BMW make great strides in the luxury market

BMW still maintains its title globaly as the leading luxury car maker, even ahead of Audi and Mercedes-Benz . The BMW brand, owners of the Mini and Rolls Royce, have increased deliveries by over 14%.

Audi, and Mercedes each have plans to ovetake BMW to be the top world’s luxury car maker by 2020.

“Mercedes’s slower growth is down to the product portfolio,” with the company planning vehicle introductions only late in 2012, Christian Ludwig, a Dusseldorf, Germany-based analyst at Bankhaus Lampe, said in a phone interview. “BMW and Audi offer more dynamic models.” ...more, 09th Oct 2012
  New figures beat expectations, SMMT says

Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) have stated that new 62 plate vehicles have sold well last month.

An increase of 8.2% up on the same month last year . This is a rise of 26,000 more cars than the SMMT had been expecting. Behind March, September is the second busiest month for sales.

"The strength of private car sales in September may be a sign that consumers are becoming a bit more prepared - and able - to spend as they are helped by rising employment and a halving in consumer price inflation from the September 2011 peak level of 5.2%," said Howard Archer, chief UK economist at IHS Global Insight....more, 04th Oct 2012
  Hyundai Launches New Santa Fe SUV

Hyundai Motor Co. (005380.SE) launched the new Santa Fe sport-utility vehicle in South Korea Thursday as part of plans to shore up domestic numbers, and said it will expand production of the company's flagship vehicle to overseas plants from July.

From January to March, Hyundai Motor's domestic purchases fell 7.1% from a year earlier to 154,855 units, while overseas it jumped 22% to 911,805 units, bringing the total to 1,066,660 units. Hyundai aims to sell 4.29 million vehicles globally this year, up 5.7% from last year.

"Given demand for the existing Santa Fe model has plunged, we expect a big improvement in domestic units due to the launch of the all-new Santa Fe".....more, 19th April 2012
  Exports helping to boost UK in August

According to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, manufacturing is showing signs of recovery, rising 10.7 per cent in August compared with the same period last year.

The chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, Paul Everett says "A manufacturing-led recovery is taking shape, with August's automotive output up more than 10% and a recent wave of private investment securing long-term growth for the UK sector,"

"These are particularly strong figures and underline the continued resilience of the UK automotive industry".....more, 23rd September 2011
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Sales increase for first time in almost 14 months

UK cars have risen for the first time in more than a year, mainly due to increasingly green and cost-conscious customers purchasing smaller vehicles – although many experts warned the industry could be in for a rough ride.

Purchases in the so-called mini segment – the smallest category of vehicle that includes the Vauxhall Agila and the Toyota IQ – jumped by 34.5 per cent last month. The "supermini" segment, the next size up, which includes the Ford Fiesta and the Fiat 500, sold 17.6 per cent more cars in the period.

"“A lot of this is down to the fact that the smaller cars are offering bigger comforts, such as satnavs and leather seats. And they use less petrol, are more environmentally friendly and have lower road tax, a lot of which is geared around CO2 emissions.."...more, 7th September 2011
UK used car prices rise by as much as 18 per cent

Used car prices have risen by nearly 18 per cent on some makes and models since January 2011

Rising inflation is one of the reasons given for the increase with dealers facing higher fixed costs and the increase in VAT. Another factor is the shortage of good quality stock.

The Leaf is, at £30,990, at the expensive end of the family budget, The good thing is drivers can claim a £5,000 government grant towards the cost. They are also exempt from congestion and road tax charges.

"“Clearly in an industry driven by volumes of transactions, these factors combine to produce extremely challenging trading conditions for dealers - with asking prices squeezed upwards in order to compensate for the reduction in volumes.."...more, 21st June 2011
British Gas reveals solar-powered cars

The first of British Gas’ new fully electric and solar powered cars were unveiled today by the Secretary of State for Transport, Philip Hammond MP.

Electric cars are expected to become commonplace on British roads. By 2020 experts predict that electric vehicles could account for approximately 10 percent of all sales. That could amount to roughly 325,000 sold in the UK each year. This will add up to roughly five percent of all cars with 1.5 million electric cars on Britain’s roads by 2020.

“A low carbon future is the only viable future for transport. But we must acknowledge that it is carbon, not the car, which is the problem"...more, 21st June 2011
Nissan Leaf hits showrooms

UK's first mass-produced electric vehicle hits dealerships

The Nissan Leaf is a superb electric family vehicle with the performance of a Ford Focus but with only a fraction of the greenhouse gas emissions. It is being delivered to UK dealerships as of today.

The Leaf is, at £30,990, at the expensive end of the family budget, The good thing is drivers can claim a £5,000 government grant towards the cost. They are also exempt from congestion and road tax charges.

"The great thing about electric motors is that the fuel distribution is already in place," says Radio One DJ Mark Goodier. "We all have mains electricity at home. We have it at work and councils are already working on how to install thousands of charging points at the roadside. You can see why electric vehicles make such sense, particularly in towns and cities."...more, 25th March 2011