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The data is taken from 131,000 active second-hand warranties. Photograph: iStock

With belts tightening and car-buying budgets being denuded as we lean into the oncoming recession, many car buyers will be switching their sights from(...)

Just 9.6m vehicles are expected to be sold in the EU this year, compared with 12.8m  last year

European car sales are forecast to drop by a record 25 per cent this year after the coronavirus pandemic shuttered showrooms, leading to a collapse in(...)

European shares closed at a near one-week low on Monday. Photograph: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg

European shares closed at a near one-week low on Monday as signs of a resurgence in coronavirus cases in Germany and elsewhere unnerved investors hopi(...)

“Cars is a money-losing market and that’s why you see our competitors coming into semi trucks now.”

Another week, another rocketship rise in value for a newly founded car maker. Previously, it was Tesla outstripping the market values of car manufactu(...)

The European Union is concerned about the combined high market share in small vans of Fiat Chrysler and PSA, which are looking to merge. Photograph: Stephane Maher/Reuters

Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot / Citroën owner PSA may have to make concessions to secure approval of their $50 billion (€44.2 billion) merger, with Europe(...)

A wave of selling hit European shares on Thursday amid investor fears of a prolonged economic downturn due to the coronavirus pandemic, driving euro z(...)

JPMorgan said its commitment to companies in Europe “remains unwavering”. Photograph: Eduardo Munoz/Reuters

US banks are pulling back from lending to European companies during the coronavirus pandemic, fuelling concerns that Wall Street may be quietly withdr(...)

PSA said it  expects the auto sector to fall by 25 per cent in Europe this year

PSA has enough funds to cope with a halving in auto industry sales this year, the French carmaker said on Tuesday as it warned of a plunge in demand d(...)

VW urged the European Central Bank to buy short-term commercial debt to help it weather the coronavirus pandemic. Photograph: Getty

Volkswagen is burning through approximately €2 billion in cash per week, the world’s largest carmaker revealed, as factory closures across Europe and (...)

Some motoring life must continue,  as people still need to work, and those working in vital services and industries still need to be able to get about. Photograph: iStock

The motoring world seems suddenly microscopic compared to the vast scale of the Covid-19 crisis. Still, some motoring life must continue, both here in(...)

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