If you want your used car search to be as painless as possible there’s something to be said for opting for one of the most popular models.[Read more…] about The 10 Most Popular Used Cars in the UK
There are plenty of cars you can buy in 2020 for £1000 or less. Indeed, that’s part of the beauty of the British used car market, in which buyers don’t tend to value older cars that are still perfectly usable and reliable. As a result, for the same as you’d spend on a few monthly lease payments on a brand new car, you can own a whole car that should suit most of your motoring needs.[Read more…] about Cars for £1000: The best bargains in 2020
The distinction between a hot hatch and a warm hatch is not set in stone. Often there will be a more fiery version of the car in question that will qualify as hot, while the cheaper, more tepid model slots into the folder marked ‘warm’.[Read more…] about Buying Your First Warm Hatch: Here are the top 4 contenders
MINI’s JCW (that’s John Cooper Works) name is older than you might think. Its heritage stretches back to John Cooper, the British racing driver and engineer who not only pioneered the rear-engined layout in single-seat racers, but also figured out that the Issigonis-designed BMC Mini would make a rather good race and rally car. A point that went on to be proved most famously by Paddy Hopkirk’s fabled win in the 1964 Monte Carlo rally.[Read more…] about Half Price Hot Hatch: MINI Cooper S JCW
On the face of it you might think it unlikely that the first generation of BMW MINI could really be destined for future classic status. After all, more often than not it’s limited production, high-end supercars that seem to grab the attention of collectors, and it’s not like the MINI is one of those.[Read more…] about Will the Original BMW MINI be a Future Classic?