Tag Archives for UK
We're used to delivery vans being boxy commercial vehicles, but as we have seen many times in the past with cars like the Vauxhall Corsa or even the Audi TT (though, that one was in Denmark), automakers can take advantage of the law and turn regul… Continue reading
The world's top automaker Toyota is recalling 2.77 million vehicles worldwide on two unrelated problems, one concerning a defective water pump and the other a steering shaft fault, though, some models may need both fixes. Toyota was quick to poin… Continue reading
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, MPG, Legislation and Policy, UK
Fleet owners in the Netherlands are finding out that you can overshoot the mark by 80 percent in fuel consumption with plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Leasing company Arval (which is known in … Continue reading
Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Jaguar, UK
It looks like Jaguar made the most of its home-course advantage.
The UK-based automaker’s XJ_e plug-in hybrid won two awards in the Royal Auto Club’s (RAC) Future Car Challenge, including Most Energy Efficient Luxu… Continue reading