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FCD supports wounded, injured and sick personnel with the Battle Back Golf programme.
Admitting to being surprised at his comments, Iain Robertson agrees with Mark Sait, CEO of SaveMoneyCutCarbon.com, who feels that honourable intentions should always be balanced against the implications for the general public.
With Sweden’s determination for clean air and efficiency, it is inevitable that Chinese-owned Volvo will seek to satisfy those demands and, states Iain Robertson, the latest addition to its line-up of plug-in models is the popular XC40.
For those rally fans wanting to spectate at next month’s British round of the World Rally Championship, highlights Iain Robertson, it’s time to find your boots, woolly socks and colourful outdoor clothing before checking the maps and laying out your plans.
Introducing so-called ‘smart’ motorways on our roads network may have seemed like a good idea but, suggests Iain Robertson, as with a lot of half-baked decisions made for our primary driving routes, driving smart may not be the smartest decision.
Making an impression has become the self-elevated premise of ‘Four Rings’ branded Audi, highlights Iain Robertson, especially when it introduces yet another model to its hugely desirable RS line-up, and he guides us through its technological mastery.
Re-engineering an off-road icon is a monster task, writes Iain Robertson, who feels that the photos tell a good story that does not require further embroidery…
As the biggest car company in the world, Volkswagen has a responsibility to lead the new car market, opines Iain Robertson, although he is concerned that its paper-folded design stance, while light and airy, is lacking slightly in design direction.
In a genuine case of ‘if Merc doesn’t know better, nobody will’, writes Iain Robertson, its latest hybrid development relies on diesel as its core resource, while making easy meat of the plug-in aspects to drive down operational costs.
Aston Martin, Jaguar Land Rover and a couple of other carmakers have been dabbling in the classic car scene, reports Iain Robertson, by revisiting the past and reproducing it, an aspect that has just been exceeded by Bentley and its 12 Blowers.
The motor industry has become so politicised over the past few decades, writes Iain Robertson, that it should come as no surprise that many of its statements about its future direction should be drawn into equal question with those made by politicians.
Definitely not a landmark in Vauxhall’s book, reports Iain Robertson, following his first drive of the new Astra, it is still a safe haven for buyers seeking great dynamics, low running costs, excellent packaging and genuine value for money in its class.
Slotting between the CX-3 and CX-5 SUV models, highlights Iain Robertson, the newest addition to Mazda’s UK model range is gunning for a good January 2020, when it goes on sale officially, priced from (pre-discount) a great value £22,895.
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