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Car Data

Here at the Car Club, we're attempting to build a database of car information. In the long term we hope to have everything from crash ratings to tyre pressures, including 0-60 times, CO2 ratings and any other piece of data you can imagine.
Our database is growing with information that our users are providing about their own vehicles. Please help us to extend the database by sending the vital statistics of your car. We're interested in data on standard vehicles and modified cars; in the case of the latter, please include details of what you have done to your car in order to increase its power, torque etc.
Categorising car data is complex and we're in the early stages of connecting our data in a meaningful way; so at present, you won't find all of our data online. If there is any car data, or other information that you require, please contact us and we'll do our best to provide it from our databases, or if it isn't in there, from other sources.

Other Information

Car Manufacturers

Choosing which car to buy can be a complex process, with many factors to be considered. It seems the manufacturers are diversifying so that they have a car of every type in their range, so there seem to be so many cars to choose from. As part of our series of features that help you to find the right new or used car, this article takes a brief look at the major car makes. Elsewhere, we'll be taking a more detailed look at each manufacturer, and the individual car models too.
Information by: Hobbs

Car Manufacturers - page 2

Continuing our feature about the major car manufacturers. This part of the article covers the fifth, sixth and seventh biggest worldwide manufactuers of automobiles, namely DaimlerChrysler, and Japan's Honda and Nissan.
The initial part of this article covered GM, Toyota, Ford and Volkswagen.
Information by: Hobbs

Car Manufacturers - page 3

The first part of this article took a look at the four largest manufacturers of cars, from General Motors to Volkswagen. Then we covered DaimlerChrysler to Nissan. This section is a brief discussion of Hyundai, Renault, Suzuki and FIAT.
Information by: Hobbs

Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo started life in 1907 as a co-operation between the French automobile maker Darracq and Cavaliere Ugo Stella, and originally its name was Darracq Itaaliana.
Information by: Hobbs

Volkswagen AG

Volkswagen own several of the UKs most popular brands in the form of Volkswagen itself plus Audi, SEAT and Skoda, plus the luxury brand Bentley, and supercar manufacturers Lamborghini and Bugatti.
Information by: Hobbs

Please select a manufacturer for more information.

Information about a variety of manufacturers' cars is available by selecting one of the links from this list.


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