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Pre-order the new Dacia Duster for just £100

Mon, 16 Apr 2012

Dacia Duster for just £100 deposit (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Dacia’s aggressive marketing for the launch of the Duster and Sandero continues with pre-orders needing just £100 deposit. At the beginning of April Dacia told us that they would be offering ‘Shockingly Affordable’ prices in the UK when the Dacia Brand – Renault’s budget offering – arrives in showrooms. Now we’re at ’75 Days to Launch’ according to Dacia (although that’s just the point when Dacia reveals prices for the Duster and Sandero – cars won’t arrive until January 2013) they’ve announced that you can pre-order a new Dacia with just £100 deposit.

Jaguar XK and XKR Special Edition launched

Wed, 15 Feb 2012

New Jaguar XK and XKR Special Editions launched (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});Jaguar has decided to give the XK and XKR sales a bit of a boost with the launch of  Special Edition models as coupe and convertible. There’s nothing quite like a Special Edition model to get punters in showrooms, and with the Jaguar XK and XKR perhaps losing a bit of their glow – thanks in part to getting towards the end of their shelf life, and the arrival of the bonkers XKR-S – Jaguar has launched ‘Special Edition’ models of the XK and XKR as both coupe and convertible. The new XK and XKR Special Editions are purely cosmetic – there’s none of the extra power we’ve seen in the XKR-S – but the cosmetic tweaks are appealing.

The Super Bowl's most refreshingly honest car ad

Fri, 08 Feb 2013

In 2000's High Fidelity, hapless record-store owner Rob Gordon -- played memorably by John Cusack -- opines, “What really matters is what you like, not what you are like." In the year 2000, I was 24 years old and was working on a punk rock magazine, an environment not dissimilar from Gordon's Championship Vinyl. The line made a lot of sense to me; it was a quiet, back-of-the-head maxim that informed much of what my friends and I did and how we saw people. It's a shallow way of looking at things, but for those of us who came of age amid the us-vs.-them liberal identity politics of the '90s, awash as we were in Public Enemy's political consciousness, the post-AIDS gay-rights push and the loud-fast feminism of the riot grrrl movement, there was a good chance that if somebody liked the things you liked, they thought like you and they were good.