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Car finance levels rise sharply

Car finance levels rise sharply

New data reveal that the number of cars being offered for sale with finance outstanding is on the rise once more, writes Shane O’Donoghue

Still the cars of the year?

Still the cars of the year?

How will the current APMP cars of the year stand up to a new generation of models arriving in 2015, asks Shane O’Donoghue

Lexus’s different way?

Lexus’s different way?

Want a performance coupé, but don’t like turbocharging or German brands? Then you should try the new Lexus RC F, writes Matt Robinson

Jaguar’s most important ever car, the new XE

Jaguar’s most important ever car, the new XE

When Jaguar says that the XE is all-new it really means it, from the wheels up, to the factory it’s built in, it is the car Jaguar needs to continue its impressive resurgence, writes Kyle Fortune

Great Hall for Mealy’s latest sale

Great Hall for Mealy’s latest sale

When it was bought in 1998, Stanocum Hall was furnished with the best things country houses could offer. Now it’s all under the hammer

Strong and steady growth for commercial sector

Strong and steady growth for commercial sector

Often used as an economic indicator, the commercial vehicle sector is looking healthy, writes Dave Humphreys

The best car finance options

The best car finance options

PCP finance has become very common, and it’s great in some ways, but there are other methods for car financing on the market worth considering, writes Nick Maher

Latest branch of BMW’s M tree is launched

Latest branch of BMW’s M tree is launched

The new BMW X6 M model sits atop the M division’s line-up, no matter how incongruous a 575hp SUV may seem to many, writes Shane O’Donoghue

Britain’s best or Bavaria’s beast? We decide

Britain’s best or Bavaria’s beast? We decide

Elegant style or sledgehammer performance? Dave Humphreys pits Jaguar’s F-Type against the BMW M4 Coupé

Farewell to the Aston Vantage

Farewell to the Aston Vantage

Nothing turns heads or melts hearts like an Aston Martin:even an ageing, flawed one, writes Kyle Fortune

A bargain Rolls-Royce? Surely not

A bargain Rolls-Royce? Surely not

The Phantom’s understudy is no less grand but, at around two-thirds of the price, the Ghost is a Rolls-Royce for more austere times – relatively speaking, writes Kyle Fortune

Roll up for the Geneva Motor Show

Roll up for the Geneva Motor Show

The most important motor show in Europe opens its doors to the public in Geneva next month – here’s what to expect, writes Paul Healy

The most glamorous Porsche money can buy?

The most glamorous Porsche money can buy?

Porsche’s Targa might answer questions that nobody ever asked, but it does so rather brilliantly, writes Kyle Fortune

Citroen to re-launch DS as a new brand

Citroen to re-launch DS as a new brand

Dublin is one of five European cities that will open a new ‘DS’ store in coming years. What’s it all about, asks Paul Healy

2015: this year’s model

2015: this year’s model

Can’t decide what new car to order? There’s even more choice on the way