Motoring headlines 4th November 2016
November 5, 2016
motoring news 4th November 2016

Motoring news for 4th November 2016 from Easy Gap

First of the headlines this Friday comes from AM Online who report that the commission that motor dealers make from Finance and Insurance sales will come under scrutiny from the Financial Conduct Authority 'sooner than we think'.

Next up from Autocar comes the news that the DS5 Hybrid will be cut from Citroen's sub-brand lineup. The manufacturer has cited poor sales as the reason for the move. 

Motor Trader Magazine report that new car sales registrations rose slightly by 1.4% in October. 

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