New cars

Thursday, July 2, 2015
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With new models sending Mazda’s UK annual sales back around the record 50,000 mark, motoring editor finds out why it has high hopes for its new CX-3 compact crossover.

Honda's facelifted Civic range gains a new Sport version which lives up to the promise in the way it looks and drives.

Honda has revised its Civic range and the new Sport model is even more eye-catching. Motoring editor Andy Russell says the drive lives up to the looks.

Turbo petrol Ford Focus ST hatchback is fast, furious and so much fun.

The hooligan of the hot-hatchback brigade is back, and badder than ever, wit the latest Ford Focus ST, says Matt Kimberley.

Vauxhall Adam S gets a 150PS turbo petrol engine and a specially-tuned sports chassis to fire up the fun factor.

Adam’s growing up with Vauxhall launching a hot, beefed-up version of its characterful city car. Motoring editor Andy Russell puts it through its paces.

It's the little things that make Mazda's facelifted and fine-driving CX-5 crossover even better to live with.

Minor revisions that make big differences help keep the chunky Mazda sport utility vehicle where it needs to be, says Matt Kimberley.

Used Cars

Saturday, July 4, 2015

Charlie Adams enjoyed life in the fast lane when he found himself surrounded by supercars and hypercars on the streets of Monaco.

Norfolk Austin Seven Club iss expecting a good turnout of cars for  its 10th anniversary meeting at East Tuddenham tomorrow.

Norfolk Austin Seven Club is marking its 10th anniversary and is expecting a good turnout of cars at its anniversary meeting at East Tuddenham Jubilee Hall tomorrow afternoon.


Horse owners box clever over finance

Saturday, July 4, 2015
Simon Gray, managing director of Credo Asset Finance.

Simon Gray, of Credo Asset Finance, says finance for horseboxes is galloping ahead.


Dan becomes master technician

Saturday, July 4, 2015
Dingles employee Dan Pick, centre, who has been awared master technican status from Toyota Training Academy, pictured with Neal Standen, general manager for quality and service at Toyota (GB), and Robin Giles, HR and corporate operations director for Toyota (GB).

Dan Pick, of Dingles, has been awarded master technician status from Toyota Training Academy after intensive training.

Mazda enters the fast-growing compact crossover sector with its stylish CX-3 which has a quality feel and a fine drive.

With new models sending Mazda’s UK annual sales back around the record 50,000 mark, motoring editor finds out why it has high hopes for its new CX-3 compact crossover.

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