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Grayson, Kentucky, United States
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56% of drivers 'underestimated car expense'

Thu, 10 Jul 2014

MORE THAN half of people who have bought a second-hand car in the last two years have found it more expensive to run than they expected, according to a Government-backed body. Some 56% of motorists said that total cost, including maintenance, repairs, insurance and fuel had turned out to be higher than anticipated and one in five drivers (20%) have resorted to going into debt just to keep their vehicle on the road, the Money Advice Service (MAS) found. One in four (26%) of the 3,000 people surveyed who have bought a second-hand car since 2012 now has regrets about their purchase, with many of them saying they had not worked out whether it was really affordable or that the purchase price was too much in the first place.

Yanfeng Visteon to unveil Glide concept car at Car Design Night Beijing

Tue, 17 Apr 2012

Yanfeng Visteon is set to reveal its Glide project at Car Design News' Car Design Night in Beijing on 23 April, the evening of the first Beijing auto show press day. The project was developed with fashionable individuals within densely populated Chinese cities in mind, with its approach specifically inspired by Chinese fashion. Yanfeng Visteon, a Tier 1 supplier, describes the vehicle as a response to the question, "What are the unique cultural and design elements to define 'premium' and 'sportiness'?" Check back on Monday for further details of Yanfeng Visteon's answer to its question.

Volvo teases photos of new 2014 XC90 interior

Wed, 28 May 2014

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 28 May 2014 18:13 Volvo has taken the unusual step of trailing the inside of its new XC90 crossover ahead of the outside. So feast your eyes on this – the new cabin of the 2014 Volvo XC90.  The inside-out reveal means that we’re seeing the family-friendly interior in extraordinary detail. Don’t assume this is some marketing gaffe, either: Volvo is keen to stress that its new SUV is focused on carrying up to seven passengers in understated Swedish luxury, modern connectivity and – this is a Volvo, after all – supreme safety.