As Land Rover launches its new Defender, you might be tempted to look at buying a used example. There’s certainly a sizeable market for these hardy cars; after all, more than 2 million have been produced since the original was designed in the sand of Red Wharf Bay in Anglesey some 73 years ago.[Read more…] about Buying a Used Land Rover Defender: 8 tips to avoid disaster
You might not believe it, but city cars such as the Volkswagen Up, Ford Ka+ and Fiat Panda could well be facing extinction. It’s not a lack of interest from buyers that looks set to cause their downfall, but new exhaust-emission legislation from the European Union, which – somewhat ironically – has hit tiny cars harder than it has bigger, thirstier ones.[Read more…] about Are City Cars an Endangered Species? Here are 10 of the best
“To infinity and beyond,” said Toy Story’s Buzz Lightyear. Yet for Infiniti the car-maker, there’s is no beyond – after just a decade in the UK it is set to pull out in early 2020. So what went wrong – and should you consider buying a used example?[Read more…] about Infiniti in the UK: What went wrong and is now the time to buy a used one?
Many people will be familiar with how a smartphone’s battery can degrade over time. It can seem like that after barely a year of ownership, we’re all scanning for spare plug sockets as we walk into pubs, cafes and waiting lounges since our phones won’t even last a day without recharging.[Read more…] about How to Look After Your Electric Car Battery