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Audi Cars – A Girls Guide!

At the risk of reinforcing old school stereotypes, when it comes to cars, girls do tend to be a little more interested in colour, interior and accessories, than engine, emissions and handling – with that in mind here’s our specially designed Audi guide for girls, with information on model preferences to suit mood, colour scheme and style. Soft furnishings – ...

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Get the best deal when you buy a car!

Nowadays, the average price of a brand-new car is around £9,000, that’s a hell of a lot of money. And, yes, some people prefer to shell out on a top of the range shiny motor. However, many people are turning to used-cars as a cheaper alternative. Used cars cost less than new ones, considerably less. That’s a fact. Always has ...

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Second hand cars

Britain is now in an age whereby searching for a second-hand car on the Internet or in magazines has become something of a hobby, people enjoy it, they find it relaxing, but it can also be hugely rewarding if they find their dream car, for a snip of the price. So, what are the advantages of buying a second-hand motor ...

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Best tips to reduce fuel consumption!

A real car addict is using his car at least a few times daily. When is comes to fuel consumption, all of us have different methods to reduce the gallons that vanish from our fuel tank while driving on the small city streets or even the highway. As the fuel prices, are always on an upward path, the most drivers ...

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Loan or Lease?

Why are car leasing deals better than renting a car? What does it mean to lease a new car? Essentially, leasing is the same as renting. The ultimate way to decide on whether to buy or lease, will come from what you want over the next few years. Most likely you will lease/rent a car for 2-6 years and then ...

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