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Relief as Trump holds fire on auto tariffs - COMMENT

21 May 2019 | just-auto.com editorial team

Relief as Trump holds fire on auto tariffs - COMMENT just-auto.com editorial team News earlier this month that US President Donald Trump had decided to delay imposing tariffs on vehicles and autom... read more


Cupra convinces - how SEAT created a premium brand

7 March 2019 | Glenn Brooks

Cupra convinces - how SEAT created a premium brand Glenn Brooks Cupra is off to a decent start. SEAT claims to have sold 3,600 Cupra Atecas so far this year . With the sole model in demand and due ... read more


COMMENT - Swindon closure underlines Honda's failure in Europe

19 February 2019 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT - Swindon closure underlines Honda's failure in Europe Dave Leggett There's plenty of commentary around on the decision by Honda to shut its UK manufacturing facilities at Swindon . Some say... read more


ANALYSIS - The reinvention of SsangYong

7 January 2019 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - The reinvention of SsangYong Glenn Brooks SsangYong likes to be thought of as Korea's equivalent to Jeep. A long history of building rugged four-wheel drive vehicles can play well to buye... read more


Dongfeng Motor future vehicles

2 January 2019 | Glenn Brooks

Dongfeng Motor future vehicles Glenn Brooks Even though full-year numbers aren't yet in, it's fair to say Dongfeng didn't have the best 2018. As at 30 November, Chinese market deliveries... read more


Paris - are motor shows dead?

3 October 2018 | Chris Wright

Paris - are motor shows dead? Chris Wright There was a distinctly threadbare feel to this year's Mondial de Paris - more no-show than show. The number of carmakers who baled out of the event was... read more


Major update for MG3 as future model plans are revealed

20 August 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Major update for MG3 as future model plans are revealed Glenn Brooks The Polo-sized MG3 first went on sale in its native China in 2012. Facelifted eighteen months later, and then for a second time i... read more


Traverse, the great divide - a tough CASE to crack

6 August 2018 | Calum MacRae

Traverse, the great divide - a tough CASE to crack Calum MacRae Quiet reflection for Marchionne There's considerable consternation in the auto industry presently, but that concern is divided ... read more


BMW's project G02 - why new X4 was brought forward

11 July 2018 | Glenn Brooks

BMW's project G02 - why new X4 was brought forward Glenn Brooks A new BMW X4 is about to replace a four-year old predecessor. Are short life cycles the secret to quiet, steady progress? That could be... read more


Brexit’s come home - how the costs mount up

9 July 2018 | Calum MacRae

Brexit’s come home - how the costs mount up Calum MacRae This article was originally written on 6th July 2018, with the title 'Brexit's coming home' and primed for publication today, the 9th July. Th... read more


Will new Musso give SsangYong the sales pick-up it needs? [UPDATE: SYMUK replies to suspension criticism]

6 July 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Will new Musso give SsangYong the sales pick-up it needs? [UPDATE: SYMUK replies to suspension criticism] Glenn Brooks It's been a tough few years for SsangYong, especially in Europe as Russia, forme... read more


The US has a new best selling car, and 1 in 5 come from England

26 June 2018 | Glenn Brooks

The US has a new best selling car, and 1 in 5 come from England Glenn Brooks Automotive trade between EU countries and the USA may soon enter a strange era. Should the Trump Administration levy dutie... read more


Brexit - that’ll be the Daewoo 

25 June 2018 | Calum MacRae

Brexit - that’ll be the Daewoo  Calum MacRae The automotive industry used to be awash with sub-contract manufacturers. Some will argue it still is - lots of Japanese vehicle assembly is carried out b... read more


Groupe PSA future models analysis - Opel-Vauxhall

21 June 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Groupe PSA future models analysis - Opel-Vauxhall Glenn Brooks A series which has looked at the existing and future models of Groupe PSA - first Peugeot , then Citroën and DS Automobiles - ... read more


Groupe PSA future models analysis - Peugeot

12 June 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Groupe PSA future models analysis - Peugeot Glenn Brooks After some especially trying years, the brand with the lion logo has clawed its way back. As so often happens when a company slows or stops sp... read more


Is Nissan about to pull Infiniti out of Europe? [updated with automaker's response]

6 June 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Is Nissan about to pull Infiniti out of Europe? [updated with automaker's response] Glenn Brooks As Infiniti sales plunge at a dizzying rate across Europe and new model launches are pushed back, the ... read more


WLTP prompts responses from carmakers - ANALYSIS

24 May 2018 | Mike Vousden

WLTP prompts responses from carmakers - ANALYSIS Mike Vousden From September 2018, all new cars registered in Europe, India, South Korea and Japan will have to report their official fuel economy and ... read more


What does the WLTP mean for the automotive industry?

15 May 2018 | Mike Vousden

What does the WLTP mean for the automotive industry? Mike Vousden From September 2018, all new cars registered in Europe, India, South Korea and Japan will have to report their official fuel economy... read more


GENEVA SHOW - Changes are a'coming

7 March 2018 | Mike Vousden

GENEVA SHOW - Changes are a'coming Mike Vousden The Geneva show has traditionally been seen as the European motoring industry's foremost new car showcase. While the 2018 event is similar to previous ... read more


Vietnam scraps ASEAN tariffs, but imports crash - ANALYSIS

1 March 2018 | Staff reporter

Vietnam scraps ASEAN tariffs, but imports crash - ANALYSIS Staff reporter Vietnam has cut import tariffs to zero on completely built-up (CBU) vehicles originating from southeast Asia at the beginning... read more


Subaru has been in the US for a half century

19 February 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Subaru has been in the US for a half century Graeme Roberts From little acorns, big oaks grow. Yeah, yeah, it's a tired old cliche but it aptly describes the rise of Subaru of America (SOA) which jus... read more


Audi UK plans another new model barrage starting with A8

9 February 2018 | Graeme Roberts

Audi UK plans another new model barrage starting with A8 Graeme Roberts It may only be third in the UK premium segment but Audi UK is happy with its growing market share ahead of another barrage of n... read more


Can SEAT top 500,000 sales in 2018 with new Ibiza?

11 January 2018 | Glenn Brooks

Can SEAT top 500,000 sales in 2018 with new Ibiza? Glenn Brooks Volkswagen recently said that it had produced 14 million Polos since the first model was introduced in 1975. SEAT, an infinitely smalle... read more


Re-imagining the gas station and battery charge times - COMMENT

6 December 2017 | Dave Leggett

Re-imagining the gas station and battery charge times - COMMENT Dave Leggett Fully electric vehicles come with a number of challenges, of course. Not everyone can easily charge overnight at home and ... read more


COMMENT - Why Mazda needs the Amati luxury brand

25 October 2017 | Glenn Brooks

COMMENT - Why Mazda needs the Amati luxury brand Glenn Brooks It's almost 25 years since Mazda shelved Amati, its take on Acura, Infiniti and Lexus. Given that the plans for multiple models and a bes... read more


ANALYSIS - Peugeot seeks segment leadership with new 5008

6 October 2017 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Peugeot seeks segment leadership with new 5008 Glenn Brooks ACEA is yet to release Europe-wide sales data for September but Groupe PSA has been having a trying 2017 in terms of volume. Thi... read more


ANALYSIS - Crossland X and future Opel-Vauxhall SUVs

23 August 2017 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - Crossland X and future Opel-Vauxhall SUVs Glenn Brooks At first sight, the new Crossland X, which steps in for the Meriva, appears to make no sense for Opel and Vauxhall. Isn't it the same... read more


Honda & Acura NSX: better than an Audi R8?

18 August 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Honda & Acura NSX: better than an Audi R8? Glenn Brooks What is the Japanese for automotive near-perfection? Lexus build quality? Without a doubt. When it comes to engines, though, Honda stands head ... read more


Why the Ford Mustang is so successful the world over

27 July 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Why the Ford Mustang is so successful the world over Glenn Brooks Talk to Audi, Porsche, Mercedes-Benz and BMW and you'll hear that sales of sports coupes and convertibles are in decline all over Eur... read more


Why non-premium brands should study the Škoda Superb

21 July 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Why non-premium brands should study the Škoda Superb Glenn Brooks So-called value brands are in a death squeeze as premium makes continue to colonise their traditional territory. Or so goes the theor... read more


ANALYSIS - M4 Convertible and future BMWs

19 June 2017 | Glenn Brooks

ANALYSIS - M4 Convertible and future BMWs Glenn Brooks The 2 Series Active Tourer is BMW's best seller in many European markets yet all of the brand's other even-number models are niche vehicles. Hav... read more


Is Euro NCAP losing its way? - Comment

1 March 2017 | Ray Hutton

Is Euro NCAP losing its way? - Comment Ray Hutton Euro NCAP changed consumer attitudes to car safety but is in danger of getting lost in its own complexity, writes Ray Hutton. Euro NCAP, the E... read more


Kia covers the B-segment bases with redesigned Rio

6 February 2017 | Graeme Roberts

Kia covers the B-segment bases with redesigned Rio Graeme Roberts Kia UK is covering all engine, fuel, transmission and trim bases with the launch of its fully redesigned Rio, the fourth generation o... read more


What PSA Group must do to turn DS around [updated]

3 February 2017 | Glenn Brooks

What PSA Group must do to turn DS around [updated] Glenn Brooks The future model strategy for DS is explored here in this, the first in a series concerning the passenger car brands of PSA Group. The ... read more


Refreshed Clio helps Renault UK to five-year sales high

5 January 2017 | Glenn Brooks

Refreshed Clio helps Renault UK to five-year sales high Glenn Brooks The changes are subtle but a facelift and a new 110hp diesel engine have played a role in giving the revised Clio a major sales bo... read more


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