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Government ends electric car subsidy

The government's immediate scrapping of the plug-in car grant will put prices of the cheapest new electric cars up by £1,500. Or will it?

Sales slowdown continues into May

Private new car sales were down by 10% in May as supply shortages combined with cost of living concerns to limit new car spending.

Top marks for four brands in latest Euro NCAP tests

The results of Euro NCAP's latest safety ratings have been announced, with five-star scores awarded to Kia, Mercedes-Benz and Volvo models.

British-built cars top the sales charts in April

The new car sales results for April were a mixed bag, but there was some good news as two of the three best-selling cars were built in the UK.

Dacia flunks another safety test

Renault-owned budget brand Dacia's poor safety record has again been highlighted in the latest round of crash tests conducted by Euro NCAP.

No March number plate boom to lift new car sales gloom

Registrations of new cars in the UK slid more than 14% in March – usually the busiest month due to the change in registration plates.

Supply challenges continue to batter new car market in February

Superficial gains over last year mask deeper supply struggles across the board, but plug-in cars dominated the top ten.

Ukraine crisis set to add to new car delivery delays

UK consumers wanting to buy new cars could be facing even longer waits for their chosen model due to the invasion of Ukraine.