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I am a single 66-year old lady who does not enjoy changing cars. I am usually loyal to my car choice. My present car is a diesel 1.9 TDI Volkswagen Golf, bought new in 2000 and now with 135,000 miles on...
Having already had engine problems with a Toyota Avensis 2.0 D4D, purchased new in April 2007 (lower engine replaced at 2 years old due to high oil usage - replacement did not resolve problem - plus EGR...
Petrol engined golf buggies switch off when the footbrake is applied and automatically restart when the accelerator is pressed. Has this technology been used on cars?
I recently purchased a 2010 Volkswagen Urban Fox 1.3, could you explain why the road fund licence is so high at £170 per year? I had assumed that being a newish vehicle it would be considerably less...
I have a 2009 Hyundai i20, and would like to change for something similar to the Citroen C3 - but would also like low emission around 110g/km, low road tax and better mpg. I would also like to be able...
I read with interest your article headed "Shelling out on Fuel" and the comments regarding Texaco. Valero has maintained the Texaco brand and general infrastructure. Texaco supply Super Plus Unleaded (SPUL)...
I have a T-registered Vauxhall Corsa three-cylinder, which has high emissions. It's done 56,000 miles, so still quite young in terms of mileage, with two owners from new. It was owned by a pensioner who...
In your answer to 'Three Pointed Tsar' on 6 October you said that it is better to buy a car with mileage too high than too low. Why?
I have just retaxed my wife's Volkswagen Golf Mark 5 Bluemotion, and my own 1997 Audi A4 TDI 110, both of which we've owned from new. Despite the fact that they run on similar 1.9-litre TDI engines, I...
I shall soon be changing my six-year-old Mercedes-Benz A180 and was wondering if you could suggest a few options. My main criteria are for low CO2 emissions, good fuel economy and excellent comfort, plus...
 

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