What you might have missed on AOL Cars: November 19-23

What you might have missed
It has been a busy week in the motor industry... but in case you missed any of the news, here's our picks of the news on AOL Cars.


Monday, November 19

The cars most likely to be stolen by thieves are revealed. Is your car listed? Find out here

David Cameron's pint-sized car has just fetched double what valuers thought it would. Find out how much it went for

One farmer may have found a solution to both farming his fields quicker and not causing a traffic queue. See the video
Motorway lights
Tuesday, November 20

It's been revealed the Government has turned off the lights on 121 miles of motorway in the last three years to help "save the planet". Read more

It doesn't seem possible but Fiat is celebrating building one million retro 500s in just five years.
We take a look at the special 500s since 2007

Auction firm Bonhams is all set to auction off the King of Cool's iconic motorbike in January. Find out how much it could make

Ford Fiesta
Wednesday, November 21

We get behind the wheel of the new Ford Fiesta – Britain's best-selling car. Find out what we thought of it

Do you drive Britain's most reliable car? Find out what car it is

Transport for London is talking about introducing a new, 'ultra low' emissions discount from next year - applying to vehicles that emit less than 75g/km. Read more

Thursday, November 22

Resurging British marque MG is readying its Ford Fiesta rival, the MG3 – and AOL Cars has had an exclusive poke around a Chinese-spec example. Read more

Number plate "SM11 THY" goes under the hammer. Find out how much it made

Britain's pothole problem is reaching crisis point – and it'll cost £10bn to solve. Read more

Friday, November 23

MG has slotted in a diesel engine to its MG6 to make it appeal to more customers. Is it any good? Read our first drive review

Luo Baogen and his wife refused point blank to leave their home when developers knocked on the door asking to demolish their abode to build a new road. Read more

One in five drivers think it's acceptable to use a mobile phone behind the wheel, insurance firm LV= has found. Read more
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