Suzuki has emerged as the most reliable car brand in the UK as What Car? published the results of its annual vehicle reliability survey.
Kia Motors has pulled away from the car manufacturer pack to become the highest rated franchise among UK car dealers in the NFDA Dealer Attitude Survey Summer 2018 - reclaiming its title from a faltering Mercedes-Benz.
Toyota will reintroduce its Camry large executive saloon to the UK as a hybrid electric next year after a 14-year absence.
Yorkshire-based Burrows Motor Company has added a fifth Toyota dealership to its network with the acquisition of L&S Copcutt in Worksop.
Toyota’s trio of top UK retailers have received the Japanese manufacturer’s Ichiban awards for excellent performance in customer recommendations for sales and after sales service.
The National Franchised Dealers Association presented Windsors of Wallasey Ltd Group managing director David Tuomey with a special recognition award at its annual Spring Ball.
Burrows Motor Company has completed its withdrawal from the Hyundai franchise with the sale of its Doncaster franchise to the Read Motor Group for an undisclosed sum.
Vantage Motor Group has acquired Charles Clark Motors’ Toyota and Lexus dealerships in Wolverhampton for an undisclosed sum – growing the group to 24 sites.
FCA Group will phase-out production of diesel cars as part of a decision to ditch the fuel completely by 2022, it has been claimed.
Peugeot and Toyota cars have been identified as the most expensive to repair, according to internal data from WhoCanFixMyCar.com.
Toyota and Lexus retailers have simplified the process of financing a car purchase with the introduction of a web-based platform offering a range of products and an online signature facility.
Motorline Group has completed the acquisition of Sytner’s Lexus Bristol franchise to take its representation with the Japanese premium brand to four sites.
Toyota has targeted the sale of 5.5 million electrified cars per year by the year 2030 as part of a long-term plan which reaffirms the brands commitment to EVs.
Toyota retailers have been taking to social media to publicise the extension of the Japanese brand’s diesel scrappage scheme to the end of January.
Steven Eagell Group has added to its Lexus representation with the acquisition of Lexus Milton Keynes from the AM100-topping Sytner Group.
Toyota has ditched its diesel and normally-aspirated petrol engine from the Auris range as part of a focus on its “in-demand” drivetrains.
Japanese brands continued to dominated the What Car? reliability survey, with the Toyota Aygo, Honda Jazz and Lexus CT200h all scoring top marks.
Toyota and Mazda have formed a strategic partnership to facilitate the development of electric vehicles alongside the Denso Corporation.
Toyota is planning to offer buyers a choice of two hybrid powertrains in its core European models
Scrappage scheme fever gripped the UK as six car manufacturers launched incentive schemes aimed at boosting new car sales and reducing exhaust emissions.
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