Hybrid Powered Cars – Both Petrol and Electric Engines

Electric cars recently came into the UK market with the aim to solve everything to do with the limited supply of natural resources and oil. However, unfortunately the technology used along with the process of running an electric car, would generally not be able to fit in with the daily lifestyle and peoples job’s that we see today. For example, if you bought an electric car today, one of the latest miles, on a full charge you would only be able to get around 200-300 miles out of it, until, having to charge it up for 48 hours to replenish the spent energy.   This wait for many was really... Read More »

Volkswagen Polo 2.0D – Car Review

We have recently test drove the Volkswagen Polo 2.0D diesel version. The car was originally made in 2008 with about 28,000 miles on the clock when we reviewed it. There were no problems or faults that were present on the car and all seemed to be in good working order.   The drive in particular was very good. Being a small car, generally car users would expect to have a choppy and bumpy ride, but fortunately in this car, everything was fine.   When it came to power, the 2 litre diesel engine certainly showed some might and could take the car up to 60 miles per hour pretty effectively... Read More »

The Aston Martin Lagonda

The Aston Martin Lagonda is a remake of a previous car with the same name; remade to bring the style up to date, and to add a saloon car to Aston Martin’s list of ground breaking high class vehicles. The Lagonda Sedan is a saloon vehicle which is not a 5 seater; it sacrifices the extra seat in favour of providing those inside with a more relaxing and luxurious experience. A trip in a lagonda is a treat in and of itself, with more legroom, headroom, and features in it than any of its competing vehicles, except perhaps the Rolls-Royce Phantom and the Mercedes-Benz Pullman. With a sleek look, its... Read More »