Honda Civic Type R Black Edition
Only 2,500 Civic Type R cars will be made by Honda for the UK, which will make the new Type R a rare beast in the wilderness that is the British road network. However, what will be even rarer is the Black Edition. Only 100 models of Honda’s much-anticipated sport hatchback will be made. To buy it new, the Civic Type R Black Edition will set you back an eye watering £32,000, which is two thousand pounds more than a regular Civic Type R.
Bentley Continental Supersports
You could describe the new Bentley as super, but that would most definitely be an understatement. With a top speed of 209mph, the Supersports is the world’s fastest four-seater coupe, however it weighs a tonne (actually it weighs 2.5 tonnes!). This makes it heavier than a Land Rover Discovery, so how does it make it to 209mph then? It gets by with a little help from a 6.0 litre turbocharged W12 engine, producing 700bhp. This means the Supersports can reach 60mph from zero in as little as 3.7 seconds.
Ford Fiesta Crossover
That’s right, the Ford Fiesta, the bestselling car of 2016, will join the crossover hype in 2017. Joining the Titanium and ST models will be the Fiesta Active. What will they think of next? A convertible Fiesta? But what’s actually different between a normal Fiesta and the Active? Well the Active has been given a different grille, black plastic guards and of course raised suspension. However, people seem to go mad for crossovers these days so we expect this to be popular.
Fiat have also joined the crossover craze, offering a jacked up version of their modern classic the 500, and of course Fiat’s official tuning partner, Abarth, have got their hands on it. They will tune the Fiat 500X 1.4 litre petrol engine to produce up to 200bhp, but it will be costly at £25,000 and will be a direct competitor for the Nissan Juke Nismo RS, and also the MINI Countryman Cooper S.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re selling any of the vehicles mentioned in this article or not, having good quality Motor Trade insurance is important. If you sell vehicles for a profit then you need to be insured, whether it’s your full-time profession or it’s something you do on the side. If it’s something you do on the side then you will need to take out Part-Time Motor Trade insurance.
However, when getting Vehicle Sales insurance, the most important thing you need to remember when getting the quote is your personal and professional needs. Things like where your business operates from, how secure your premises is, what type of stock you have and whether or not you want your customers to test drive the vehicles on sale. These are all things that need to be considered before taking out Vehicle Sales insurance.