Keen riders took to the Suffolk countryside to sample the pro cycling experience with Team Sky on a Tour de Ford ride hosted by John Grose.
Mercedes-Benz dealer Orwell Truck & Van has opened a new £1m sales centre in Ipswich.
Suffolk Show goers are in for bumpy ride as the county’s Land Rover Owners Club gears up for another off-road adventure with its charity fundraising course.
With drivers increasing tempted to use hand-held smartphones, Nissan has turned to an 1830s invention to combat this modern problem with its Signal Shield concept.
Jeep has released a special edition Renegade Tough Mudder. To celebrate, Jack Evans was invited to undertake the type of course that inspired its name – from behind the wheel.
To celebrate the centenary of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s heroic Trans-Antarctic expedition, Hyundai and his great grandson made history with the first crossing of the coldest and driest continent on Earth by car.
Fancy a taste of the pro cycling experience with Team Sky? John Grose at Ipswich is giving cyclists the chance to take part in its Tour de Ford group cycle rides.
Department for Transport figures revealed that “uncorrected, defective eyesight” was a contributory factor in 232 reported injury-causing road accidents in 2015, 10 of them fatal.
John Grose is celebrating more success in the national Motability dealer awards which recognise outstanding customer service.
New car registrations last month smashed sales record as buyers looked to beat the new annual car tax rates introduced on April 1.
UK motorists find other road users not indicating more annoying than bad parking and talking on a mobile phone.
Motor dealership Essex Auto Group has been sold to South Africa-based firm Super Group for an undisclosed sum.
Tailgating is said to be worse in the east of England than anywhere else in the UK but many drivers may not be aware they are even committing the offence.
Vauxhall’s new Astra is undoubtedly good, but does it make sense in 1.0-litre petrol guise?
SEAT’s new Ibiza supermini is the first car in the Volkswagen Group to use the company’s latest platform. Simon Davis gets behind the wheel to see how it fares.
Lexus must be hoping diesel discontent encourages more people to look to hybrids. Motoring editor Andy Russell drives the new, improved IS 300h saloon.
The Kuga, a stalwart of the Ford range for nine years, has been tweaked and updated again but motoring editor Andy Russell likens it to his pair of well-worn but cared-for comfortable shoes.
The stylish V90 changes the perception of big Volvo estates, even if not quite the load-lugger it was, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
It may not look new, but MINI has made some big changes to the Countryman which is now the largest ever and more family friendly, says Andrew Evans.
Audi has raised the bar with its all-new Q5 sport utility vehicle and taken it to new levels of desirability and driveability, says motoring editor Andy Russell.
Summer 1964 was really special for Stuart Wallis and his Ford EB60 Special until his pride and joy was written off by a van
Carol Baiey’s first car, a Ford Prefect, was full of character and fun but all good things come to an end... in this case the MOT test.
My first car was a 1961 Ford Classic with the 1,340cc engine which I purchased in 1968 after returning from Germany.
Peter Alder’s first set of wheels were pedal power, not horsepower, as a child but set him on his way to nearly two million miles of motoring.
Barbara Mellor tells of motoring adventures in ‘Pushbar’, a modified Austin 7, which came with a few quirks for the bargain price of £5.
Janet Lucas was glad when husband Ted passed his car test as it meant that, when they needed to reverse, she no longer had to push their bubble car backwards.
Stuart Seaman’s Renault Dauphine may have been rated as one of the worst 50 cars ever but he loved it.
Clive Harvey had a classic reason to take up driving later in life but finding and owning his MGB GT, dubbed The Yellow Peril, has not been straightforward.
Mike Healey’s was broken hearted when his first car, a 1935 Morris 8, came to a sorry end in a confrontation with a tree.
Mick Cook switched from two wheels to four with a 1959 Austin A35 van but then he had to pass his driving test.
David Duggan found switching from right to left-hand drive tricky when stationed in Germany but then fell for the charms of a large, American Studebaker.
After being left feeling flat, then denting his pride along with Penny his Fiat Punto, Stephen Firman saved her from being written off and kept her on the road.
Judith Palmer learned to drive in her Nissan Micra called Mo who became her motoring companion to music festivals and gigs.
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