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CAMPBELL LAWLEY, has been left without a car or money after ordering a Kia Rio from the Verve showroom in Bathgate, West Lothian, which collapsed three weeks later.
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The first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words auto shows is new vehicles.
That's probably because the third-generation Impreza, on which the old WRX was based on, had a meek-ish appearance in a bid to attract female customers.
That's the current Mustang on the left, and the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang on the right.
ANN'S fury after Verve sell her old car but fail to deliver a new one. She turns to the Judge for his verdict after the collapse of car firm Verve.
Buying a car for the very first time can be intimidating, but it doesn't need to be.
Whenever automakers look at the leader board in passenger cars, it's become an annual tradition to see the Toyota Camry perched on top.
Here at Car and Driver , we generally prefer thoroughbreds to Clydesdales. It isn't that we don't respect the beer-wagon-pulling ability of oversized and muscular equines; we'd just rather saddle up something that can cut and run.
Kia announced today that it will spice up its funky 2014 Soul hatchback with a special edition package.
The test Volkswagen XL1 at USA TODAY.XL1 is a limited-production, very light two-seater that VW is building to prove it's possible to get 200-plus mpg in a street-worthy car.
A new 'baby' Jaguar sports sedan is on its way and DesignRM has taken the liberty to envision the brand's Mercedes-Benz C-Class and BMW 3-Series challenger.
It was fitting that Waikato dairy farmers Chris and Peter Bellamy won the Mercedes-Benz C-Class luxury car that was the big prize during the Herald 's 150th celebrations.
The SAAB logo on the first production Nevs Saab 9-3 Aero at the Trollhattan factory in Sweden, Monday, Dec. 2, 2013.
This boxy small crossover came to America in 2009 as Nissan's answer to Toyota's Scion xB.
History has a way of repeating itself. In 2005, Audi previewed the design of the second-generation TT with a shooting-brake concept .