Category Archives: New Cars

Apple Making Their Own Car

The rumours of electronic giants Apple dabbling in the automobile market have gone quiet until now… They’ve apparently been registering car domains with the apple name in the url!

The Apple dedicated website MacRumors have reported that Apple have been registering the domain names Apple.car, Apple.cars and Apple.auto, though none of the sites are currently active. The registrations are documented on whois.domaintools.com, which keeps track of the people or companies behind web addresses.

Of course, it’s not known what Apple plans to do with the site names it just registered, the company is in the midst of developing a number of auto-related projects so it makes sense what’s going to happen. It’s been said that Apple are working on an electric car which will be debuted before 2020, so we shall wait till then!

Kia Estate Car

The newly-named Optima Sportswagon is coming out soon and if you’re a fan of Estate cars, then we think you’ll like this one for sure. Only a few of the Concept’s little details remain, but the basic form remains mostly the same as the concept which was released last year. We’d say it’s comfortably better-looking than, say, a Vauxhall Insignia wagon, complete with its 242bhp 2.0-litre turbo four, twin exhausts and biggish wheels.

What is Kia’s first go at an estate of this size will be offered with a choice of three engines when it goes on sale in the last quarter of this year. There’s a likely quite economical 1.7-litre diesel and a naturally aspirated 2.0-litre petrol, plus the auto-only turbo of the GT. Speed tests haven’t come out yet, but don’t expect anything too spectacular.

When Buying a New Car…

There are loads of things to consider when purchasing a new car. Lifestyle choices, value for money, depreciation, insurance costs, the list goes on and on.

There are a number of choices to be made before you crack the deal. Doesn’t matter much if you have lot of reliable information about the car, but when you do a healthy research with open mind, the results will be surprising. It should be made sure that whatever good price you are paying for the Buying Cars, it should be worth the quality. The car you buy generally speaks a lot about you so a wise choice should be made.

Your shopping style may be different from others, but gathering information and putting efforts before buying a new car will lead you into a process that will prevent any remorse and will give you a happy and safe ride with your family and friend!

Vauxhall Astra Review

Car giants, Vauxhall Motors who are registered in the name of General Motors UK Limited is a fully fledged automotive manufacturing and distribution organisation which has their main headquarters in Luton, Bedfordshire. With an operating income of £131 million and a large and diverse portfolio of cars, Vauxhall has been round for a long time and has embedded themselves as a real competitor within the world of cars.

One of their most popular models of cars is the Astra, which is a small hatchback varying between 3 and 5 doors and engine sizes of 1.3 litre to up to 2.2 litre (diesel models only). The car itself has been rated as one of the best automatic cars to drive according to what car and the system used in the automatic gear function is fantastic, offering quick and well meaningful gear changes when the driver of the car needs them most. One of the most popular cars in the UK, you really can’t go wrong.

The New Smart Forfour

In 2015 we’ll see  new smart car get released, which will offer drivers space for four passengers – hence the name, Smart Forfour. From the same makers of the smart car, people might expect it to be a particularly small car, and it is, but it isn’t much smaller than the equivalent VW, at only 5cm smaller.

The Forfour offers a number of advantages for drivers living in urban areas, namely its small size, great fuel efficiency and smallest turning circle in its class. It uses space very efficiently, proving more interior space than most of its direct competitors, such as in boot space, and although it does sacrifice in size to an extent, the smaller turning circle makes up for this, allowing drivers to still park in much smaller spaces than in alternatives.