Sales of new diesel cars have continued to fall, as highlighted by June's official registration results released today, with no end to the slump in sight.
UK car production fell year-on-year for the second month in a row in May, although the results were not as disappointing as for April.
There has been a significant fall in the registrations of new diesel cars during May, down 20% on last year. Is this the beginning of the end for diesel?
Figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that UK car manufacturing plummeted in April.
Figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that used car sales were at a record high in the first quarter of 2017.
New car registrations slumped by 20% in April 2017 compared to last year, as the market was hit hard by changes to the cost of road tax.
Figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that March was a record month for UK car manufacturing.
The UK new car market enjoyed its biggest month on record in March, jumping 8.2 per cent fuelled by looming VED changes and new registration plates.
British motorists have some 83 different low-emission cars and vans to choose – but they need more incentives to switch from petrol and diesel alternatives.
Pre-registered cars are on the increase again. The salesman says it's a great deal on what is basically a 'brand new car', but what's the real story?
UK new car sales hit a 12-year high in January, with alternative-fuelled cars reaching their highest-ever level but diesel sales slipping back.
Output from the UK’s car factories totalled 1.7 million in 2016 – the highest total for 17 years. More than one in two cars built were exported to Europe.
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