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The car colour trends on the rise for 2020
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10th Feb 2020
4 min read

The car colour trends on the rise for 2020

There are three certainties in life: death, taxes and white being the most popular car colour in the world. In United States-based coatings company Axalta's most recent Global Automotive Colour Popularity Report, white claimed 38 per cent of the global market, making it the most dominant car colour for 10 years running.
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Susannah Guthrie
Car News Daily podcast: Your daily download
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24th Oct 2019
1 min read

Car News Daily podcast: Your daily download

Plenty has happened in the world of car news over the last 24 hours. If you haven't had time to read all the news on CarAdvice.com, catch up on your way home with Car News Daily, as Mandy Turner reads each news story word-for-word. Today's download: LISTEN: Car News Daily podcastLISTEN: Automotive Industry Insights podcastLISTEN: Reverse Gear podcastMORE: All CarAdvice podcasts
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2020 Hyundai Kona gets safety updates
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30th Aug 2019
2 min read

2020 Hyundai Kona gets safety updates

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Mike Costello
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30th Aug 2019
2 min read

2020 Hyundai Kona gets safety updates

Hyundai Kona 2019
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Mike Costello
2020 Hyundai Kona Hybrid priced from $40,100 in the UK
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9th Aug 2019
2 min read

2020 Hyundai Kona Hybrid priced from $40,100 in the UK

Hyundai Motor UK has announced pricing and specifications for the new 2020 Kona Hybrid, with the electrified crossover to start from £22,495 ($40,109) when it hits dealers next month. The company says the new variant is a demonstration of its "commitment to lowering vehicle emissions", with the Kona Hybrid emitting just 99g/km of CO2 (claimed) while sipping 5.4L/100Km on the combined WLTP test cycle.
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James Wong
Electric cars cheaper to run, but high prices still a problem: Study
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23rd Jul 2019
3 min read

Electric cars cheaper to run, but high prices still a problem: Study

Electric vehicles are cheaper to run than petrol or diesel cars, but their sticker prices are still too high for buyers to properly reap the benefits, according to a new study from the Royal Automobile Club of Queensland (RACQ). Although electricity is cheaper than petrol or diesel on a per-kilometre basis, depreciation and the steep purchase price of pure-electric vehicles mean they're still pricier to own over five years.
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Scott Collie