New cars

Friday, July 24, 2015

Honda’s all-new Jazz supermini will be priced from £13,495 on the road when it arrives in showrooms in early September.

SsangYong Turismo is a big value, with the emphasis on big, people-carrier that comfortably seats seven adults and still has useful boot space.

It’s not the prettiest people-carrier but when it comes to carrying seven people and luggage, SsangYong’s big Turismo offers versatile value, says motoring editor Andy Russell.

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BMW 1 Series is a big player for BMW and benefits from a significant upgrade in style, engines and driving appeal.

It may be the entry point to the BMW range but the 1 Series still delivers huge helpings of driving pleasure. Motoring editor Andy Russell drives the new, upgraded model.

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Big advances for Toyota Avensis

Thursday, July 23, 2015
Toyota's revamped Avensis, seen here in Touring Sports estate guise, is much improved and more rewarding to drive.

Toyota’s new Avensis is much improved in key areas and better to drive and travel in, says Matt Kimberley.

Jaguar set out to make the new XE saloon the best driver’s car in the class and it has the  potential.

It’s arguably the most important car launched this year and is the new entry-point into the Jaguar range, but is the XE good enough? Matt Joy finds out.

Used Cars

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Car insurance premiums are rising after years of decreases – and experts say even sharper rises are expected.

A minature version of the Lego caravan to be displayed at the National Motorhome and Caravan Show

The largest ever caravan model, made up from more than 150,000 individual pieces of Lego will be unveiled at the National Motorhome and Caravan Show in October.

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New Read Hyundai sales manager Peter Pooley, right, with sales executives Oliver Reville, left, and Richard Hales.

Peter Pooley has joined Read Hyundai at King’s Lynn and is looking to drive forward both the brand and family-owned business in the town.

Mike Leek spotted his 1935 Series 1 Morris Eight Tourer on popular BBC TV series All Ccreatures Great and Small being driven by actor Christopher Timothy as vet James Herriott.

Mike Leek was amazed to see his first car – a 1935 Series 1 Morris Eight Tourer – in a star role in a popular TV series.

All geared up for the Mods and Rockers Scooter and Motorbike Meet at King'’s Lynn. Front, left to right, Danny Wilcox, of SERV emergency blood bikes, Borough Council of King'’s Lynn and West Norfolk cabinet member Elizabeth Nockolds and Grant Varnham of BikeSure Insurance are joined by scooter and motorcycle club enthusiasts for the event’s launch.

Scooter riders and bikers descended on King’s Lynn’s Tuesday Market Place to mark the launch of a new bike meet next month.

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