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The latest Grange news with updates on car launches and events for supercar and our prestige brands including Aston Martin, Bentley, INEOS, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Land Rover, McLarenRolls-Royce Motor Cars and Triumph Motorcycles.
 

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Superstar, super-wrapper Yianni collects his epic new Range Rover from Grange Land Rover Barnet

Grange Land Rover in Barnet was delighted to welcome social media legend Yianni to their showroom recently as he collected his new Range rover from Neil, Taran and the team.

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Yianni's New Range Rover from Grange Land Rover
New Range Rover Sport
New Range Rover Sport

You won't find a more luxurious SUV that combines comfort, performance and power without compromising on an unmistakable Range Rover design. The new Range Rover Sport is the latest in the Land Rover range and available to order from Grange Land Rover today.

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Bentley Bentayga Extended Wheelbase

Discover the perfect balance between exquisite refinement and extraordinary performance with the new Bentley Bentayga Extended Wheelbase — the latest addition to the Bentley collection at Grange.

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Bentley Bentayga Extended Wheelbase
New Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica
New Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica

The only way to truly understand the outstanding performance of the Lamborghini Huracán Tecnica is to sit in the driving seat and take in the theatre of it.

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Bentley Award Winners

Thanks to our loyal Guests and team improvements, Bentley Tunbridge Wells and Bentley Chelmsford are delighted to have picked up three awards at Bentley's 2021 Scorecard Awards making Grange the most successful group on the night.

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Bentley Award Winners
New INEOS Grenadier Story
New INEOS Grenadier Story

The new INEOS Grenadier has been built with the dream of getting a world-class 4x4 on and off-roader built from the ground up and built on purpose. Read the story of its evolution here.

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New Rolls-Royce Ghost Launch At Rolls-Royce Edinburgh

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Edinburgh celebrated the arrival of the new Black Badge Ghost on Thursday 3rd February.

An evening of music, mystery, and exclusivity.

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New Rolls-Royce Ghost Launch At Rolls-Royce Edinburgh
New Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost
New Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost

Feel pure power and pure darkness - this is the new Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost and is available to order now from Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Edinburgh.

The brand new Rolls-Royce Black Badge Ghost is an intense overhaul of an iconic classic that defies time and conventions.

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Bentley Chelmsford & Bentley Tunbridge Wells Certified By The Carbon Trust

We are excited to announce that Bentley Chelmsford & Bentley Tunbridge Wells are now certified by The Carbon Trust.

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Bentley Chelmsford & Bentley Tunbridge Wells Certified By The Carbon Trust
New Parts & Accessories Shop Is Open Now

Grange are one of the UK's largest retailers of luxury cars. We proudly represent some of the biggest names in motoring at our showrooms across the UK. Those names include Aston Martin, Bentley, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lamborghini, McLaren and Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

With the help of these fantastic motoring marques, we are delighted to launch our new 'Grange Parts & Accessories Shop'. Here we will sell all the latest genuine accessories, merchandise and parts from these brands - if you cannot find what you are looking for please contact us and we will be happy to help.

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New Parts & Accessories Shop Is Open Now
The Yard Scotland Charity Fundraising
'The Yard Scotland' Charity Fundraising

Our Grange Edinburgh dealerships were absolutely delighted to hand over a rather large cheque to 'The Yard Scotland' with Gavin Hastings over the weekend.

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Covid Secure - 19th July Update

Whilst 19th July will see government COVID-19 restrictions disappear across England, your safety is our top priority.

All of our dealerships 'COVID-19 Secure' safety measures will remain in place post 19th July until further notice.

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Covid Secure at Grange
New Bentley Bentayga S
New Bentley Bentayga S

The new Bentley Bentayga S has arrived with unrivalled speed and dynamic power.

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New Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition

With their exciting return to Formula One, Aston Martin have made a timely statement and introduced a new Vantage F1 Edition as the ultimate expression of performance and dynamism; it is the fastest and most focused of the already sporting Vantage.

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New Aston Martin Vantage F1 Edition at Grange
Introducing the new McLaren Artura
Introducing the new McLaren Artura

Feel the full force of McLaren with the new Artura. A supercar redefined and electrifying. Every element tirelessly re-imagined with purpose.

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Personal Service Plans - Now available to buy online

.Our Personal Service Plan is not available to tailor and buy online. The plan enables you to avoid the concerns of annual service bills by paying a monthly direct debit and spreading the cost.

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Personal Service Plan
New Bentley Bentayga Range
New Bentley Bentayga

The new Bentley Bentayga is perhaps the world's most luxurious SUV. A combination of state-of-the-art technology, unrivalled speed and power and a car that delivers an unmatched driving experience both on and off-road.

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PARENTS SAY ELECTRIFIED CARS HELP YOUNGSTERS MORE EASILY FALL ASLEEP

PARENTS SAY ELECTRIFIED CARS HELP YOUNGSTERS MORE EASILY FALL ASLEEP

22/07/2022 14:42:00

Parents that have switched to electric, plug-in hybrid or hybrid vehicles say their current cars are more effective in helping young children fall asleep than the previous petrol or Diesel cars they have owned, according to the latest research by Citroen UK. In a study of 2,000 UK parents with babies and young children, 56.4% of those owning an electrified vehicle said their child found it either as easy or easier to nod off in their current car, compared to petrol or Diesel models they had previously owned. Just 11.9% said an electrified vehicle made it harder to get their children off to sleep, while 15.8% were unsure either way. Nearly half (44%) of all the parents surveyed said they had taken their child on a short car journey specifically to help them fall asleep. Citroen UK's research also highlighted how effective using a car can be to help kids have a snooze, with the data showing that on average it takes a child 161/2 minutes to fall asleep in a car, with 96% of parents saying their child typically falls asleep in 30 minutes or less. The top factors that parents felt were most beneficial in helping babies and young children fall asleep on a car journey, were the gentle movements of the vehicle on the road (46%), a comfortable in-car temperature (41%) and a comfortable car seat (40%). More than a third of parents (34%) told Citroen that they find a smooth drive to be the most important factor to help their child nod off.


CARS THAT HOLD THEIR VALUE BEST - AND THE ONES TO AVOID

CARS THAT HOLD THEIR VALUE BEST - AND THE ONES TO AVOID

18/07/2022 14:52:35

A recent study by Zutobi has looked at the depreciation rate of 150 of the UK's most popular new cars over a period of three years to identify the cars that hold their value - and the cars that depreciate the quickest. It revealed that the Mercedes-Benz A Class Hatchback holds its value the most after purchase, with just a 5.03% depreciation rate over three years. However, the Merc is still very expensive for the size of the car, and it is likely to be much more expensive than the base price with add-ons. Fortunately, the investment is a good one as the A-Class only loses a tiny 5.3% of its value over three years. Despite having one of the most expensive list prices in the study at a whopping £75,660, the luxurious BMW M3 still had a high average value of £68,162 after three years, therefore ranking in sixth place, with a 9.91% depreciation rate. The Renault Zoe was found to hold its value the least. Unfortunately, customers who buy this particular EV will be massively out of pocket. The electric supermini costs over £30,000, and depreciates at over 63% in three years, so customers would recoup an average of just over £11,000. Customers who want their vehicle to hold good resale value should avoid this car. Despite having a list price of £45,690, the Land Rover Defender also had one of the worst depreciation rates in the study, with a 60.43% depreciation over a three year period. This model also had a whopping average value loss of £27,610. Mercedes, Range Rover and Volkswagen are the brands that holds their value the most, with each brand having two different models in the top ten. After the top spot, the Mercedes-Benz C Class Estate ranked in ninth place.The Range Rover Sport ranked in second place followed by the Volkswagen Polo ranking in fifth place. Peugeot cars hold their value the least, with three of their models featuring in the bottom ten. The Peugeot 2008 ranked second place (62.52% depreciation rate) and the Peugeot 3008 ranked in seventh place (51.31% depreciation rate). The Peugeot 508 also ranked in eighth position (50.32% depreciation rate).


UK HAS 9TH LOWEST NUMBER OF CARS PER HOUSEHOLD IN EUROPE

UK HAS 9TH LOWEST NUMBER OF CARS PER HOUSEHOLD IN EUROPE

11/07/2022 15:54:29

New research reveals the countries with the lowest car ownership rate per household - the UK ranks 9th with 1.09 cars per household. The study by confused.com analysed 29 European countries on the number of registered passenger cars per 1,000 inhabitants compared to the total number of private households, to reveal the countries with the highest number of cars per household. One of the reasons car ownership is lower in the UK may be because of the cost of owning a car. The UK has the second highest cost to buy a car at £26,365 for a Toyota Corolla, as well as the 9th highest cost for fuel (£1.65 per litre). The country with the lowest rate of car ownership in Europe is the small nation of North Macedonia, where there are 0.75 cars per household. In second place is Latvia, with 0.84 cars per household, closely followed by Sweden, Romania and Hungary in joint third with 0.92 cars per household. Further study insights included the fact that the country with the most cars per person is Luxembourg with 681 cars per 1,000 people. This comes as no surprise as Luxembourg is also the country with the third most cars per household, with 1.66 cars per household. In comparison the UK ranks 19th with 473 cars per 1,000 people.


ASTON MARTIN - BRITAIN'S FAVOURITE SUPERCAR EXPERIENCE BRAND

ASTON MARTIN - BRITAIN'S FAVOURITE SUPERCAR EXPERIENCE BRAND

27/06/2022 12:37:01

The nation's favourite supercar brand has been revealed, with Aston Martin taking the chequered flag. That's according to newly released data from leading driving experience provider Trackdays.co.uk, which discloses that its most popular supercar package so far this year has been their Triple Aston Martin Blast With High Speed Passenger Ride. In fact, such is the popularity of the Aston Martin, the package accounts for just over a quarter of the provider's individual supercar marques, and has sold twice as many as the second most popular offering. Dan Jones, operations manager at TrackDays.co.uk, commented: "From David Beckham to James Bond, Aston Martins are the supercar of choice of countless British icons, and if our booking data is anything to go by, it's clear that Brits share this sense of style with the A-listers." Meanwhile, second on the podium is another great British supercar brand - the McLaren, in the form of TrackDays.co.uk's McLaren 570S Blast With High Speed Passenger Ride. This means that British-produced supercars are now the most popular offerings for the first time in the provider's history. Dan added: "You could be forgiven for thinking that the world's most popular, and glamorous, supercars belong to Italy in the form of the Ferrari and Lamborghini. "However, our booking data has revealed that thrillseekers have more of an appetite for British supercar brands, proving British engineering can possess even more allure than its European rivals!"


CLASSIC CARS LESS DAMAGING TO EVIRONMENT ACCORDING TO REPORT

CLASSIC CARS LESS DAMAGING TO EVIRONMENT ACCORDING TO REPORT

21/06/2022 14:18:12

Research from a specialist classic and collector vehicle industry report shows that when compared to modern vehicles, classic cars are much less damaging to the environment. The average classic emits 563kg of CO2 per year, yet an average passenger car has a 6.8-tonne carbon footprint immediately after production. Conducted by specialist insurance provider Footman James, the Indicator Report shows that two-thirds of classic car enthusiasts are already concerned about climate change, with over 50 per cent open to further benefiting the environment with emissions offsetting schemes. The 50+ page Indicator Report, conducted by classic and specialist vehicle insurance provider Footman James, suggests that various areas such as diversity and relevance within the industry require some improvement, but also goes on to discuss the environmental impact of classic cars in depth. Statistics in the extensive report show that the average classic car - travelling a national UK yearly average of 1,200 miles - generates 563kg of CO2 per year. In comparison, a typical modern car such as a Volkswagen Golf emits up to 6.8 tonnes of CO2 before it even departs the factory. The in-depth research study also states that even though a modern car would, in fact, be more efficient and use less fuel if used on a daily basis, the environmental cost of manufacturing a new vehicle immediately negates this. Additionally, the Indicator Report mentions that battery-electric vehicles have even more of an impact in terms of average carbon emissions footprint than a classic or modern internal combustion engine car. The fully electric Polestar 2, for example, is said to create 26 tonnes of CO2 during its production process alone - an emissions figure that would take a typical classic car 46 years to match. This shows that despite the enticing prospect of zero-tailpipe emissions from an electric vehicle, classic cars are far less impactful on the environment long-term due to their infrequent use.



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