Volkswagen has been forced to admit that it has received 17,000 complaints from UK owners whose vehicles have suffered after receiving the Dieselgate "fix".
November marked the eighth month in a row of falling new car registrations for 2017, and once again it was collapsing diesel sales causing the most concern.
Used car sales are following the new car market downwards – but at a much slower rate, sliding 2.1% in the third quarter of 2017.
Eight new cars have been crash tested by independent safety testers Euro NCAP, with all eight vehicles scoring a maximum five-star rating.
The Environmental Audit Committee has demanded that Volkswagen explain why it has not fixed nearly 400,000 emissions-cheating Dieselgate cars.
UK car sales plummeted again in October, as industry figures blamed the slide on collapsing consumer confidence and an over-hyped campaign against diesel.
The next step in Vauxhall's absorption into the PSA Groupe (Peugeot, Citroën, DS) has been finalised, with PSA taking control of Vauxhall Finance.
Oxford city centre could be closed to all conventional petrol and diesel cars from 2020, under plans about to go out for public consultation.
Private new car sales slumped to a five-year low in September to cap off a horror six months for the industry, according to the latest industry figures.
For the second year, Co-op Insurance, in conjunction with Thatcham Research and road safety charity Brake, have recognised the safest used family cars.