Quick Car News

This week has of course been the week of all things in the new car industry as the Geneva Motor Show has been taken place. Also in the UK, the new car registration plate change has taken place and car sales have continued to increase.

In quick car news, we plan on discussing the new top of the range Ford Kuga, face lifted Focus, SUV sales and the increase in hybrid car sales. The new Ford Kuga model is due to enter the market to back up the Ford EcoSport model in the crossover SUV range.

The new top specification Ford Kuga model is now available on the market and will be priced at somewhere in the region of �28,345. The new Kuga model will feature a number of changes compared to the standard model including the 19 inch alloy wheels, Sat-Nav and DAB along with a new body kit. The new model will look to go head to head with the top of the range Nissan Juke in the UK Car Market.

The new Ford Focus model has not been announced along with a price. This is because this update is said to be the most expensive model update ever at the Ford manufacturer. Therefore, the firm are yet to have mounted up a cost for the new Focus model.

In other news, it has recently been announced that the hybrid market in the UK has increased by a massive 40 percent. As more and more motorists in the European market look to reduce the running costs on models the sales of hybrid models have increased.

That means that a total of 214, 237 models have been sold under the hybrid fuel source with the Toyota Yaris hybrid being a big benefitting model. Toyota expect the hybrid Yaris model to grow by at least 20 percent in sales within the next 12 months.

The SUV car market has become one of the most eagerly contested markets in the last few years with the worlds top manufacturers going head to head for the largest share of sales. Mercedes have issued a plan to double the current rate of sales and return to the top of the sales chart for the luxury SUV market.

BMW and Audi are both situated above the Mercedes brand in the SUV car market. The Mercedes brand will hope that the GLA, MLC and GLC coupe models will help double SUV sales to a whopping 800,000 in order to beat the two main rival brands.