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European new car sales increase by 6%

European new car sales increased by 6% in September – confirming more than a year of continuous growth Spain recorded the strongest growth of the 'big 5' markets, while Volkswagen and Ford remain Europe's top selling brands According to the latest analysis from JATO Dynamics, sales in Spain were up 25.9% year-on-year, while Germany and Britain both increased sales by 5.2% and 5.6% respectively in

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TrustFord donate £1,000 to Motability

MotaTrustFord has donated £1,000 to Motability to support disabled people in Essex.

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Wessex Garages sponsor Newport County

Newport CWessex Garages have been confirmed as sponsors of Football League Two division team, Newport County Football Club, for the 2014/15 season.

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Used car sales down 3% in Q2 – Experian

ExperianDataThe global information services company, Experian, has published its Used Car Sales Index confirming a 3 per cent fall for Q2 compared to the same quarter last year.

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JCT600’s trebles apprentice intake

JCT600 apprenJCT600’s apprentice numbers have reached 94 for 2014, following an intake of 35 young people in September.

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Renault Dealers make feedback available via Motor Codes

Ren RacerRenault has confirmed a deal to make customer feedback on its dealer’s after-sales service available on the government-backed Motor Codes website.  

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Western Commercial launch new Dundee facility

WesternComMercedes-Benz Dealer, Western Commercial, have opened a fully equipped workshop in Dundee.

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T W White & Sons top Mazda National Dealer League

T W White  Sons BookhamMazda Motors’ National Dealer League results have confirmed T W White & Sons (Bookham) as the UK’s leading Mazda dealer.

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Regent Street Motor Show to return on 1st November

Regent Street Motorshow 2014 2London’s Regent Street will be closed to regular traffic on Saturday 1st November to make way for the 10th annual Regent Street Motor Show.

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