Technology in the Renault Megane Coupe

The Renault Megane Coupe may not be the most sophisticated car on the market, but it’s certainly one of the finest coupes in terms of technology. There is stop start or regenerative braking, a Viso system that detects line markings, automatic headlights, Tom Tom navigation and 3D Arkamys radio. These brilliant innovations allow you to drive comfortably, whilst you also get a reversing camera to simplify parking. The dual –zone automatic climate control also adds convenience, while the interior design is contemporary and perhaps a little bit on the flash side. The Megane in general has become one of the finest hatchbacks, saloons and coupe cars, and the latest version, with the latest technology is certainly the best yet, and it will be interesting to see how Renault perfect their...

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The Nissan Juke – A little bit ‘out there’

The Juke may not have a reputation as one of the best looking cars on the market but it is a little bit ‘different’, both in terms of styling and technology. The Juke is classed as a Mini Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV), and it does have a rather bizarre shape. The same styling can be found on the inside too, and there are custom coloured panels, depending on the colour you choose, and a swanky infotainment system allowing you to connect to maps, create phone calls and park your vehicle safely. You also get a great deal of efficiency, while you can tailor the way your car drives, with a dynamic drive system, allowing you to select normal, sport or eco mode, while adjusting various settings. The Juke is a...

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The Reliable Ford Focus

The Ford Focus has been one of the most reliable compact cars, whilst styling has improved significantly over the past few years. The 2014 Ford Focus is equipped with state-of-the-art systems and features, while it’s more spacious and a lot more comfortable. One of the main reasons behind the success of the focus is the fact that it is an affordable car that provides a good degree of power and excellent handling. Today the car is more low profile than ever, while there are smooth aerodynamic lines, allowing it to cut through the air with minimum resistance. The Smart 5-spoke alloy wheels add a touch of class, but you get exactly what you expect with a dependable Focus, and that’s why it’s one of the most popular compact cars on...

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The Skoda Octavia vRS hatchback

The vRS is a reliable car that’s perfect for a small family. You get the same petrol engine as a VW Golf GTI to it certainly packs some power and ferocity when it’s needed. The design is really nice too and it’s quite amazing to see how far Skoda has come over the last few years. The Octavia really does feel like a serious car; it’s stylish, big and aerodynamic and it’s certainly the most popular Skoda motor on the market. You get a great deal of boot space so the weekly shopping is an easy errand, while the cabin is comfortable and it’s kitted out with all of the electrical you’d need. The dazzling infotainment system will ensure you’ve got the entertainment at your disposal for a long journey,...

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Manual or Automatic

The majority of new luxury cars are either automatic of flappy paddle, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that manual is dying out. People love changing gears the old fashioned way but if you had to choose between one and the other which would you decide on? Some people take their driving test in an automatic, restricting them to only being able to drive automatic vehicles, but the majority will go for the manual test, and they’ll then look to buy a manual car. There’s still a big demand for manual vehicles, and not everybody wants a saloon car that’s made for comfort. It’s nice to be able to feel the gears and if we had to choose you can be rest assured we’d opt for manual vehicles, but that’s just...

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