Motoring headlines 27th September 2016
September 27, 2016
Easy Gap is pleased to bring you the latest motoring headlines on 27th September 2016.

Firstly Autocar brings us a report of the sad demise of the Ford Ka. Described as a 'giant' and a founding member of the 'supermini' vehicle class, the value busting Ka has been a popular choice for motorists since the 1990's. The replacement for the Ka, the Ka+ is a bigger model so not perhaps a direct replacement at all. A sad end for a very popular vehicle.

Motortrader Magazine has released details on a new Government consultation on vehicle mileage 'clocking. The age-old trick still raises its ugly head and hopefully moves will be afoot to put the practice to an end once and for all.

BMW have announced a new motorsport strategy including a return to the famous Le Mans race and an entry for Formula E - Autocar

Peugeot 3008 DKR shown in Paris ahead of Dakar rally debut. The new French manufacturers model looks to cause a stir at the Motorshow of its own home capital. - AutoExpress
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