The Guardian has launched a new feature, a search engine for cars, that allows users to search for a car on the website.
The feature will be available from the end of April.
It has the potential to transform the way car buying works and its likely to be the first such search engine in the world.
While the Guardian has previously used its site to search car dealerships, the new feature allows users the opportunity to compare a range of models and make an informed decision on which car to buy.
“The Guardian’s Search Engine for Cars is a powerful new way to get to know your car,” said Chris Lewis, the Guardian editor-in-chief.
Lewis added: “We believe this is a great example of how to help you make a smarter, more informed decision.”
The Guardian has long used its website to search the cars of car brands for their best-sellers.
Earlier this year, the website launched a search feature that allowed users to compare and recommend a car based on the value and safety of the vehicle, its style and features and its safety record.
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New models of the Ford Focus and Mercedes-Benz S-Class are being introduced in May in Britain.
Ford and Ford have announced that the Focus will be built in the UK from 2019.
British car sales are down slightly from the same period last year.
Sales of the Volkswagen Golf and Porsche Cayenne, which both use diesel engines, have been increasing.
Britain’s car industry is in recession, with the UK economy shrinking for the second time in three years.
There are more than 300,000 jobs in the automotive industry, down from more than 400,000 in 2015.
But there are still many people in the industry who are enjoying their job and want to keep it.
One in 10 UK workers now has a car, compared to just 2.5 per cent in 2014.
In 2018, the UK accounted for 14.3 per cent of global car sales, up from 13.1 per cent a year earlier.
A survey by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) found that the UK had fallen short of its economic potential by just 0.7 per cent.
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