Author Archives: Sarah Marsh-Collings

Auto Finesse Arrives At UF – Inspiring A Chat With James Batty

Auto Finesse has seen a steady rise in popularity since its inception in 2010. With its eye-catching packaging and the tag line ‘the art of detailing’ it’s easy to see why the range has caught on with professionals and enthusiasts alike. UF recently caught up with Auto Finesse Managing Director, James Batty as he was preparing for Waxstock. […]

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Viking Shield Protection For A Luxury Green-Laner!

The Land Rover Discovery Sport HSE SD4 is a luxury mid-sized SUV with unparalleled all-terrain capability. Replacing the now discontinued Freelander, the sleek new rounded look rather than the squared off corners is more reminiscent of the Evoque than the old ‘Disco’ models. The interior cabin is well appointed and luxuriously comfortable and the panoramic […]

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Why DIY Car Washing Will Never Really Go Out Of Fashion

Recently an article featured in AutoExpress magazine discussed the demise of the weekend tradition of washing the car at home. Whilst we agree with the articles author, Mike Rutherford, that the sight of a neighbour out with his bucket and sponge on a Sunday morning is becoming a rarer one, there are some for whom the […]

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Composite Ceramic Protection For A 2003 Mercedes-Benz SL55 AMG

The Mercedes Benz SL55 is purely about style, handling and horsepower! The supercharged V8 engine is hand-built in Germany to exacting standards making the SL55 an exhilarating, high performance sports car capable of achieving 0-60mph in around 4.5 seconds. The handling is secure, made possible by the ABC Active Suspension that reduces body roll by around 70% […]

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Bathurst-Specification Vauxhall VXR8 Regains Its Sting!

The Bathurst 1000 (or ‘Great Race’ as it is now called) takes place annually in Australia and is one of the biggest challenges in the racing calendar. Touring cars battle it out over 1000 miles of public road, swooping in elevation between the highest point and the lowest – a vertical difference with grades as […]

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