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Brabus boosts Mercedes-Benz's V8s

Wed, 27 Apr 2011

German tuner Brabus has introduced some new performance packages for the already quick Mercedes-Benz S- and CL-class cars. They push your standard model into AMG territory and AMG models into the stratosphere. For the S500 and the CL500, Brabus offers the B50-490 PowerXtra CGI performance kits.

Nissan Micra ELLE: It’s a Micra for the Ladies

Fri, 24 Aug 2012

Nissan has revealed a limited edition Micra – the Micra ELLE – produced in conjunction with Elle Magazine. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});There is a strong argument that the Nissan Micra is predominantly aimed at the fairer sex, and if that was in doubt the new Micra ELLE confirms it. Nissan has joined up with Elle Magazine to produce a limited run of 500 of the Micra Elle with cosmetic titivation (what else?) including panoramic roof (helps with putting makeup on), extra chrome (nice and sparkly), titanium grey alloys (which will unfortunately show every kerbing dent) and fog lights (for when it’s not foggy).

UK's emergency Budget 2010: how it affects motorists

Mon, 21 Jun 2010

Chancellor George Osborne will make the emergency spending cuts on Tuesday 22 June By Tim Pollard Motoring Issues 21 June 2010 09:51 The new UK Government's emergency Budget tomorrow is likely to announce a raft of spending cuts and tax rises bound to affect motorists.  The new Conservative-Liberal coalition government is taking the unusual step of holding an emergency summer Budget to reduce the national deficit, which stood at £156bn in 2009-10. The senior Cabinet members signed off the details of the Budget on Friday, but the details won't be confirmed until Tuesday 22 June 2010.Here's our preview of what to expect if you're a car owner:VAT riseMost pundits agree that the rate of value added tax will rise from today's 17.5%. If raised to 20% – the upper limit expected – it could raise an extra £11 billion a year for Government coffers.