Will the emissions scandal damage the reputation of the Volkswagen Group cars in the UK in the long-term?
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The European Commission, “extremely concerned” about the Volkswagen case, has been accused of cosying up to carmakers and failing to keep them in check.
An independent car dealer in Manchester has been forced to pay £60,000 to have car locks changed after burglars stole every key for its stock.
Stoneacre has taken over Huntson Holdings, which trades as Autoworld Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Citroen, Fiat, Hyundai, Suzuki, Seat and Volvo in Chesterfield.
The chairman of Ford of Europe has written to its franchised dealers to reassure them the Blue Oval has not been caught up in Volkswagen’s emissions cheating.
Trade values of Volkswagen used cars have so far only been marginally affected by the news of last week's emissions scandal.
In a continuation of a series of insights from WhoCanBuyMyCar.com, marketing director Alex Rose looks at average repair prices in the UK - and where is the most expensive.
Buyers are prepared to buy a car online if backed by the reassurance of a franchised dealer.
Over 95% of UK fleet decision makers are worried about the implications from VW Group's emissions test scandal extending to the UK.
The Financial Conduct Authority is considering a deadline for claims over mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI).
Hyundai Motor UK has recruited former Saab and JLR executive David Pugh as its new marketing director.
Total key movements being tracked in UK car dealerships is now rising at a rate of 212,000 per week as managers seek greater efficiency in working.
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