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Andrew Page in Unipart Automotive rescue plan

andrew pageAutomotive parts business Andrew Page is working on a deal to save 350 job losses from the former Unipart Automotive which has entered administration.

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Reliability award for Honda CR-V

2wd diesel honda cr-vThe Honda CR-V 2.2 i-VTEC has been named as the UK's most reliable 4x4/SUV up to three years old in the annual Which? Car Survey.

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Aston Martin confirms Lagonda super saloon

aston saloonAston Martin has confirmed it is to build a new super saloon bearing the Lagonda nameplate.

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Prodrive to build new headquarters

prodrive hqMotorsport and engineering consultancy Prodrive is relocating its headquarters to a new larger facility in Banbury.

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Online campaign sees Now Vauxhall sell 115 cars in a weekend

now vauxhallA London Vauxhall dealership has sold 115 cars in a single weekend thanks to an innovative VIP marketing campaign.

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Maseratis join London chauffeur fleet

QP dieselMaserati is to supply a number of Quattroporte saloons to join Quintessentially Driven's vehicle fleet in London.

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Goodyear European HGV fleet operator survey

goodyear graphicA survey of Europe's road freight industry reveals that the regulatory regime is of vital importance to truck fleets operating in Europe.

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Brake attacks plan to raise HGV speed limit

BRAKE logoRoad safety charity Brake has attacked Government plans to raise the speed limit for lorries on single carriageway roads to 50mph.

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Peter Jones appointed as Vertu Non-executive Chairman

Peter JonesThe former Lookers CEO, Peter Jones, was been appointed as Non-executive Chairman designate of Vertu Motors plc at the company’s AGM.  

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