Todays featured product:

MaxGEE Stay Dry



£7.59 (Inc VAT)
MaxGEE Stay Dry
Restore waterproof fabrics, spray on, and leave or heat activate.
Perfect for ski wear or outdoor clothing
Applies a breatheable waterproof layer to fabrics.
Resulting treated garment repels water and protects you from the elements for longer

For best results, wash garment with MaxGEE ProWash prior to treatment. Shake bottle well, apply to a wet or damp garment, spray evenly from a distance of 10cm to 15cm, until the garment is thoroughly soaked, spreading with a damp cloth if required. If garment allows, tumble dry on hlaf heat for a quicker finish, or allow to drip dry naturally.

500ml


Best sellers for 2018

MaxGEE Auto Windscreen with Anti-Freeze


£6.99 (Inc VAT)

MaxGEE Auto Windscreen with Anti-Freeze

Revive Power Paste


£4.32 (Inc VAT)

Revive Power Paste

MaxGEE StayClean for Glass Auto


£8.99 (Inc VAT)

MaxGEE StayClean for Glass Auto

Professional Heavy Duty Mop Bucket (Black)


£29.99 (Inc VAT)

Professional Heavy Duty Mop Bucket (Black)xx
Best portable BBQ 2018
Kim Adams 2018-07-09 12:35 Portable barbecues easily fit in your car's boot and help spice up summertime picnics. We test the best grills on sale... A portable BBQ grill may sound like a recipe for disaster re setting fire to your boot, but with a huge range of outdoor attractions to visit in the UK it is understandable that there is growing demand to cook hot food once you get there – and a small, low cost barbecue is an excellent way to do this.  So which barbecue adds that special touch to your outdoor trip or visit to a car show? With the help of our sister magazine Land Rover Monthly, we fired up eight grills for all budgets to find out. • Best cool boxes on sale How we tested them As these barbecues are going to be taken to where you plan to cook, ease of assembly and transport were central to our test, plus we wanted them to last more than just a single summer. The bulk of our marks went to how well and how much they cooked. O... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-09 12:33:26

New Products For July


Motoring News


Page 1 : Page 2 : Page 3 : Page 4 : Page 5 : Page 6

Best portable BBQ 2018

Kim Adams 2018-07-09 12:35 Portable barbecues easily fit in your car's boot and help spice up summertime picnics. We test the best grills on sale... A portable BBQ grill may sound like a recipe for disaster re setting fire to your boot, but with a huge range of outdoor attractions to visit in the UK it is understandable that there is growing demand to cook hot food once you get there – and a small, low cost barbecue is an excellent way to do this.  So which barbecue adds that special touch to your outdoor trip or visit to a car show? With the help of our sister magazine Land Rover Monthly, we fired up eight grills for all budgets to find out. • Best cool boxes on sale How we tested them As these barbecues are going to be taken to where you plan to cook, ease of assembly and transport were central to our test, plus we wanted them to last more than just a single summer. The bulk of our marks went to how well and how much they cooked. O... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-09 12:33:26

EV chargers to become mandatory on new homes

Martin Saarinen 2018-07-09 09:45 New Government plans outline how new homes and street lighting will have to feature EV chargers New homes will have to be built with electric vehicle charging points under Government plans to increase uptake of low-emissions vehicles. Expected to be announced as part of the Department for Transport’s ‘Road to Zero’ document later today, building regulation in the UK will be overhauled to ensure all new flats and offices come with external charging points for EVs. • UK facing a shortage of EV charging points The ‘Road to Zero’ document aims to prepare the UK for the 2040 ban on petrol and diesel vehicles, as previously announced by the Government. Crucially, the document is said to contain a clause confirming the Government “sees a role” for hybrid cars for the future, meaning the ban is only likely to affect pure petrol and diesel vehicles. The strategy also aims to "future proof streets by ensuring a... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-09 09:35:56

Fast Friday At Gatebil

Blink and you’ll miss it. An inordinately fast car attacking the track, the past hour or so, that split second moment that you turned away from, or even an entire day. Gatebil just absorbs time, turning an entire day’s shooting and hunting speed into a flash. After a late finish last night preparing images and […] The post Fast Friday At Gatebil appeared first on Speedhunters.... [more]
feedproxy.google.com : 2018-07-07 05:00:38

Next Peugeot 208 GTi to go electric?

Jordan Katsianis 6 Jul 2018 The next Peugeot 208 GTi is likely to feature a pure electric drivetrain when it arrives in showrooms next year. If that news just made you shudder, don’t worry, as a petrol-engined version will be sold alongside too. However, Peugeot has confirmed that EV drivetrains will play an increasingly important role in the new-generation version of its supermini, being spread across multiple model variants, including the GTi. Underpinning the next 208, which is likely to be revealed at the Geneva motor show next year, is a new platform called CMP, while electric versions will use a variant of this labelled e-CMP. The platform will appear beneath a variety of compact PSA models such as the upcoming all-electric DS 3 crossover and even a future Vauxhall Corsa. PSA is hoping the new platform will yield improvements in efficiency, while reducing build costs thanks to improved modularity and parts sharing. > Click here for our review of... [more]
www.evo.co.uk : 2018-07-06 16:49:00

Audi A6 review

For  Better to drive than ever, top class interior build, elegant styling Our Rating  4.5 Against  Touchscreens won’t be for everyone, 50 TDI model feels slightly heavy, steering lacks feedback 2018 The new Audi A6 blends seriously sleek styling with cutting-edge tech and unimpeachable build quality The latest Audi A6 offers a masterclass in the art of the executive saloon. Its elegant, sophisticated styling carries just the right amount of gravitas without being austere, while impeccable motorway manners will ensure even those covering serious miles can do so in the upmost comfort.  There’s more space than ever inside, too, while the trio of infotainment displays provide a futuristic environment. The absence of a rotary controller for those screens may take some getting used to, but they’re emblematic of the A6’s high-tech nature, as are the state-of-the-art driver... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-06 12:12:55

New MG6 2018 review

Image 1 of 12 Image 1 of 12 5 Jul, 2018 5:30pm Mark Andrews Based on the Chinese Roewe i6, the new MG6 is a mixed bag, although the hybrid eMG6 should boost appeal Finally, there is an MG with some oomph. While this new MG6 may not be the roadster some would have hoped for, it does go some way towards living up to the brand’s sporting pedigree. The MG6 is based on the Roewe i6, which launched in China over a year ago. There is a choice of two models: one petrol and one plug-in hybrid. Coupled with the flat bottom contoured racing-style steering wheel and red leather-trimmed seats, this car promises a lot more than the old one. • Best family cars to buy in 2018 A limited test drive on track in China proved the new car is both agile and brisk. The seven speed dual-clutch gearbox works well at low speeds with quick, smooth changes, but it hesitates as you start to push on. The steering is overly light, but road holding is reasonabl... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-05 17:36:10

New 2019 Peugeot 208 GTi to plug into electric power

John McIlroy 2018-07-05 15:00 Sporty Peugeot 208 GTi EV to sit alongside French marque’s new petrol hot hatch, and our exclusive images preview how it could look Peugeot is lining up a pure-electric 208 GTi to sit alongside the regular petrol hot hatch in the range when the new generation of the supermini arrives next year, Auto Express has learned. The brand is gearing up to introduce an all-new version of the car at next spring’s Geneva motor show. This will switch to a new CMP (Common Modular Platform) architecture that offers much-improved efficiency, cheaper build costs and, crucially, the scope for pure-electric variants. • Best hot hatchbacks on sale right now A pure-EV version of the next 208 has always been on the cards since PSA announced that its platform would come in two versions: CMP (also known as EMP1) and e-CMP. Now Peugeot boss Jean-Pierre Imparato has suggested that the electric 208 could also be offered as a GTi, previewed i... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-05 14:39:28

2018 Nissan Leaf review update: all the daily driver you need

The Nissan Leaf was the first mass-produced electric car in the world, and it will forever hold that title. But times change, and being first in the electric-car race no longer seems to matter. Like personal electronics, electric cars evolve rapidly and render their predecessors outdated with a quickness. The 2018 Nissan Leaf is billed as new, but...... [more]
www.thecarconnection.com : 2018-07-05 11:00:00

New Audi e-tron 2018 ride review

Image 1 of 24 Image 1 of 24 4 Jul, 2018 11:15am Kyle Fortune We glide through Copenhagen in the passenger seat of Audi’s first series production battery electric vehicle, the e-tron Audi has teased us with its vision for electric cars for a while now, with various showcars, a handful production run of R8 e-trons for its most special customers, but its first series production EV will reach showrooms early next year. The e-tron will follow Jaguar’s I-Pace and Tesla’s Model X with the promise of a 248-mile real-world range and a charging time as low as 30 minutes - assuming you’ve got access to a 150kW charging. That’ll take some time, the fast-charging infrastructure, in Europe at least, being promised by around 2020 along major routes. • Best electric cars on sale in 2018 Before we get behind the wheel ourselves later in the year we’re taking a short passenger ride around Copenhagen in the e-tron to see how one of Aud... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-04 11:16:38

‘It’s a significant time for the future of our cars’

Steve Fowler 2018-07-04 10:15 After the Jaguar I-Pace won our 2018 Car of the Year award, Steve Fowler thinks the future of electric cars is looking brighter and brighter Choosing our Car of the Year is the toughest decision we have to make each year. It has to be a model that genuinely sets new standards in its class or even defines a new one. And it’s a decision where cold, hard analysis wins through and any sentiment has to be set to one side. This year’s winner is genuinely groundbreaking – not least in its all-electric powertrain - but to let you into a little secret, its closest rival for our overall title was another game-changing electric car... So we’ve already reached an age where affordable and desirable electric cars can go for hundreds of miles on a single charge. And we know that the choice of electric cars is going to increase as rapidly as these cars accelerate – our Car of the Year may well be a trailblazer this year, but t... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-04 09:48:42


Page 1 : Page 2 : Page 3 : Page 4 : Page 5 : Page 6
Manufacturers
Quick Find
 
Use keywords to find the product you are looking for.
Advanced Search
Information
Shipping & Returns
Privacy Notice
Conditions of Use
Contact Us