Autos

Warren Buffett now owns a higher stake in Chinese electric firm BYD than General Motors

Warren Buffett now owns a higher stake in Chinese electric firm BYD than General Motors Warren Buffett’s firm Berkshire Hathaway now holds an 8.2 percent stake in Chinese electric car firm BYD, a rival to Tesla. The report to investors said Berkshire Hathway now owns 225million shares in the Chinese company which equates to $232million. The business is now Berkshire ...

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Second hand diesel sales soar in lockdown as they ‘continue to make economic sense’

Second hand diesel sales soar in lockdown as they ‘continue to make economic sense’ The data revealed nine out of ten car buyers looked for models with Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) instead of electric vehicles. Ian Plummer, spokesperson for AutoTrader told Express.co.uk drivers were “sticking to what they know”. He said: “Whilst we saw an upswing in interest for EVs throughout 2020, ...

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Classic car collectors can secure restored Mille Miglia Austin Healey worth £100,000

Classic car collectors can secure restored Mille Miglia Austin Healey worth £100,000 The classic Austin Healey 100/4s has been fully restored and upgraded to M specification. The 706 XVG model will carry a pre-sale estimate of between £100,000 and £110,000 at the auction scheduled for April. Included in the sale is a Brantz rally timer, Heritage Certificate and Mille Milgla ...

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Car insurance: The jobs where premiums are the most expensive

Car insurance: The jobs where premiums are the most expensive Drivers who work in fast food restaurants pay an average of £1,394 per year for annual cover in prices hundreds of pounds more expensive than other professions. Car dealers are the second most expensive in the UK with premiums averaging out at more than £1,000 each year. Property developers and ...

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Car tax changes: Drivers will still be ‘punished in the pocket’ despite ‘mixed messages’

Car tax changes: Drivers will still be ‘punished in the pocket’ despite ‘mixed messages’ “But the AA expects the Chancellor, who will get more fuel duty from more fuel consumed, will not have to increase fuel duty in the Budget next week. Fuel duty has been frozen at 57.95p since 2011 when increases were originally stopped. The Treasury has previously ...

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