Dec 072015
 

Another week begins the motor world and we here at Warranty Direct have a selection of the news stories catching our eye lately.

Why WeBuyAnyCar price ‘guarantees’ deserve to be scrapped – This Is Money

 

 

 

 

This Is Money takes a look at the car buyer’s inspection process following reports from several upset readers who have had bad experiences selling their car to the company. Readers are finding their online guaranteed price is knocked down considerably for the smallest reasons after the company inspects their vehicle.

Nissan ramps up in Sunderland – The Telegraph

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following their success in the mass production of the Nissan Qashqai, the North East plant has been chose to build Nissan’s luxury Infiniti model by the Japanese car giant. This will come as part of a £250 million investment in the factory, a landmark move seen as a triumph for the British industry.

£60,000 electric car has UK’s slowest depreciation rate – Manchester Evening News

 

 

 

 

 

 

It may have had some issues recently with a mass recall due to a faulty seatbelt mechanism but there are positives for owning a Tesla Model S. The electric car has the slowest depreciation rate compared to other cars and this has become an increasingly important factor in products such as GAP Cover Insurance.

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Nov 252015
 

Via our Facebook and Twitter feeds, we at Warranty Direct like to pick out and share some of the big motoring stories that we have noticed from the various online motoring news outlets of the internet. Here are three of the biggest stories we’ve shared recently.

How Quick Are Your Reactions – The Telegraph

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Telegraph take a look at a new online driving game that assesses users’ age based on their reaction times in simulated emergency stops. While it’s been seen as fun and addictive, the game has a serious aspect with implications for road safety as research highlights some alarming results.

Turbo gives petrol cars a boost as diesel faces backlash – BBC News

 

 

 

 

 

The BBC reports on how turbo charged petrol engines are helping to improve better fuel economy and lower emissions without a comparable loss of performance. With diesel registrations on the decline, it seems that motorists are now favouring the special petrol engines

Tesla Model S recalled over seatbelt failure – AutoCar

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tesla are conducting a voluntary recall of all 90,000 Model S electric cars due to a seatbelt failure discovered in Europe. One of the Model S cars was found to have a fault with the front seat belt that was not properly connected to the outboard lap pretensioner. Customers wishing to get their car checked are advised to book appointments.

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