Ford S Max technology-Aston Martin DB9 replacement-Honda offer free servicing
March 24, 2015

Ford have revealed their brand new S Max model this week which will go on sale later this year and has already caused a lot of excitement for driving fans around the country. Although the car is a big deal, the bigger deal about the new vehicle is the new piece of technology that has been included inside of the car. The brand will introduce for the first time ever, their very own system which will allow the car to automatically detect what the speed limit is on the certain road that the car is travelling along. Ford are calling it the speed limiter and it will detect speed zones by focusing using traffic sign recognition software and it will automatically drop the speed of the car depending on what the speed limit is. This has been designed for drivers new to an area they have never been before or on areas they are not too sure of the speed limit. Ford have also announced that as a part of their new S Max model, you can decide whether to have this system operating inside of the vehicle or not. The choice is down to yourself. The new S Max will pack two Ecoboost petrol engines and one diesel unit aswell as blind spot monitoring and lane keep assistance as some more pieces of technology. Keep an eye out for the new technology inside of the new car as it launches this Summer.

 

Free servicing for the Civic and new CR-V from Honda

Honda have announced that they are offering completely free servicing for their new Civic and CR-V models if purchased this month before the end of the month. The free servicing only applies to 2015 year models and Honda will look to sell as many vehicles of these ranges during this busy month for the automotive industry thanks to this new deal. Honda have stated that the free servicing on both models is saving the driver around £1,845 in total. The brand have said that this free servicing either covers a five year period or upto 62,500 miles traveled on the clock for either car depending on which comes first. More news is that if either of these vehicles are purchased on a finance agreement, Honda are offering both cars with an initial deposit between £500 and £1,000. So what are you waiting for, go grab a bargain from your local Honda dealer right now.

 

Aston Martin's new DB9 replacement spied testing

Aston Martin are set to replace their DB9 model soon and already a new image has been posted via the internet which shows the cars replacement undergoing tests around the track. The car was spotted making its way around the famous Nurburgring but it still remains a car of mystery. The vehicle has yet to be given a name or any name we have heard about. The new car could expect a reveal later this year though as the latest news is that the DB9 replacement is set to go on sale next year. Images reveal the new sports car carrying some traditional features that we have known to love from Aston including the smooth sloped bonnet,traditional slatted front grille and vertical designed headlights. Large multi spoke alloy wheels were also a neat touch to the spied car. We do know however that a new nine speed automatic transmission system will find a place inside of the vehicle and will be paired to a four litre, V8 sized, twin turbocharged engine. No name has been revealed for the car but the name DB10 will be used in the next James Bond movie so the chances are that the car will not adopt the same name. As soon as any more information is revealed for this new model, we will keep you updated.  

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