66 reg plate launch — the latest cars to watch out for

With the 66 reg plate now here, are you one of many drivers who will be looking to get rid of their old set of wheels for a brand new car?

If so, join new and used car dealership Motorparks as they shine the spotlight on three vehicles that are sure to be fighting for your attention in the near future:


Ford Ka+

Type of vehicle: City car

Release date: October 2016

Why you should consider it as your next car?

The Ford Ka has long been associated with having three doors as standard. For the release of the Ford Ka+ though — the third-generation model of this popular city car series — Ford has opted to design the car with five doors.

While this places the Ka+ as being closer to the size of a new Ford Fiesta as opposed to an older model of the Ka, the car is still compact and so will navigate even the tightest corners and busiest of city centres with ease.

There’s a raft of handy features packed into each Ford Ka+ too, highlighted by a powerful air conditioning system, stylish specifying alloy wheels and electric rear windows.

For more information: Keep an eye on Motorparks’ new Ford range hub for further release details and deals.


Fiat Tipo

Type of vehicle: Family car

Release date: September 2016

Why you should consider it as your next car?

Space and convenience are among the most appealing features of the Fiat Tipo.

This is because the vehicle, which will be available as a hatchback and an estate, will be designed with five doors for ease of access, and five seats, offering enough space to comfortably accommodate a quintet of adults.

There’s a lot of boot space packed into each Tipo variant too — 420 litres in the hatchback and 520 litres in the estate model — so you won’t be struggling to find space for luggage either.

We can’t forget to mention the car’s incredibly efficient 1.3-litre MultiJet diesel engine. With this hiding under the bonnet, it is claimed that the Tipo is capable of delivering in excess of 70mpg.

For more information: The official Fiat Tipo page is the place to find full details on this economical family car.


Alfa Romeo Giulia

Type of vehicle: Company car

Release date: November 2016

Why you should consider it as your next car?

Alfa Romeo celebrates its return to the executive saloon sector in November when it releases the Giulia.

There is plenty to be excited about when it comes to the spiritual successor of the Alfa Romeo 159, including a luxurious design that will catch the eye wherever you drive it and a cabin packed with a raft of state-of-the-art tech and handy equipment.

With a 2.2-litre diesel engine being capable of limiting CO2 emissions to less than 100g/km, Alfa Romeo Giulia drivers will also be able to benefit from tax-free motoring.

It goes without saying that Alfa Romeo is setting the Giulia up well to be a worthy rival to popular executive saloons like the Mercedes C-Class, Audi A4, Jaguar XE and the BMW 3 Series.

For more information: The latest offers and up-to-date release schedule can be found on Motorparks’ hub for the new Alfa Romeo range.

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