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UK car production boost

UK car production rose 12% in March to 142,158 units, bringing 2014-to-date growth to 2.9%. The figures, from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), are good news for the UK's volume manufacturers as European demand for cars strengthens. Nearly 80% of cars manufactured in the UK are for global export markets, enhancing UK balance of trade. Commenting on the figures, Mike Hawes, SMM

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jct600 invest £1m in Bradford BMW redevelopment

Brad redevelopmentjct600 has confirmed that it will invest  more than £1m in the complete redevelopment of its BMW dealership on Sticker Lane in Bradford.

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IMI acquires ATT e-learning system

IMI LogoThe Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) has announced the acquisition of Automotive Technician Training (ATT) an e-learning system.

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UK car production boost

smmt logoUK car production rose 12% in March to 142,158 units, bringing 2014-to-date growth to 2.9%.

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Ford launches new low emission research project

cable visitFord has launched a new project aimed at bringing a new generation of low-CO2 engine technologies to market.

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MINI boasts strongest RVs of mainstream car makers

cooper dA study be vehicle valuation experts Glass's has revealed that MINI has the strongest residual values of 34 car manufacturers.

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Positive outlook for UK car sales - Glass's

Glasss Logo C RGBGlass's is seeing a positive outlook for UK car sales following March's bumper performance.

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DSG appoints head of compliance to aid with FCA rules

dsg finance logoIndependent motor finance provider DSG Financial Services has appointed a head of compliance to help dealers implement the new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) directives.

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Overfinch upgrades boost Range Rover RVs

overfinch rrRange Rovers converted by Overfinch retain a third more value than a standard car, according to the latest data from CAP.

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