It’s that time of year, when everyone starts to look ahead to what 2019 might hold in store, with many people setting personal goals like eating better, drinking more water and exercising more. These goals are all fantastic – but why not add a few driving-related resolutions to the mix? There’s always room for improvement, right?
With the government announcing it has set a target for 50% of all new car sales to be in the ultra-low emissions category by 2030, its certainly very welcome that young people are looking seriously at electric vehicles as their car of choice
New car sales and registrations are as high as theyve ever been. According to new car registration figures collected by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, by January 2015, 164,856 new cars were registered compared to 154,562 new car registrations in January 2013.
In November 2014, it was announced that the Nissan Qashqai had broken British records. Over 2 million units of the car have been made in Britain since production started in 2006, and in 2010 the Qashqai became the 10th bestselling new car in Britain; the first Nissan to make the top 10 since 1983.