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New 66 Plate Out Now!Back

65 plateThe new 66 number plate is now out and thousands of buyers across the UK will be keen to make a purchase on a brand new 66 plate car this month.

Below, Trusted Dealers provides a short guide to the new plate followed by a list of some of the new cars available to buy this September!

What is the 66 plate?

The new 66 registration number was released on Thursday 1st September and it serves as an age identifier for new cars. It will appear on the number plates of all new cars registered from 1st September 2016 to 28th February 2017.

How does the number plate system work?

The registration number is changed every six months on 1 September and 1 March. For example, the number 65 ran from 1 September 2015 to 29 February 2016, while the number 16 preceded the new 66 plate and ran from 1 March to 31 August 2016. In March 2017, the number will be changed to 17, and this pattern is set to continue for future years.

Car number plates are made up using the following format, the local memory tag, followed by the age identifier and then three random letters. The first letter of the local memory tag is the region where the car was registered. The second letter refers to the local Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) office.

All registration numbers are allocated to vehicles as part of the process of registering and taxing vehicles.

New cars with the 66 plate available now!

There are a number of new cars that have recently been introduced to the market in time for the new 66 plate. Below, we take a look at some of the hottest cars available to buy this month.


Renault ZoeRenault Zoe

Coined at the “best value electric car” by the Telegraph.co.uk, the new Renault Zoe offers a small, fullt electric hatchback  that’s full of character and style. Despite its compact dimensions, the Zoe utilises space effectively and sports a strong safety record, making it the ideal choice for families or those seeking an all-electric vehicle. Furthermore, Renault is offering a staggering £6,000 dealer deposit contribution, meaning you can pay just £1,499 for the chance to drive away in one of these EVs, followed by £189 per month thereafter for 25 months.

Mercedes-Benz E-ClassMercedes E Class

The new Mercedes-Benz E-Class rivals the Jaguar XE and BMW 5-Series and does so exceedingly well. Offering impressive levels of technology and a beautiful interior. Behind the wheel, the ride is hugely comfortable and the new E-class sports a range of smoother more efficient engines which offer great performance, with the new E220d claiming fuel economy of 72.4mpg. It may cost slightly more than rivals but it comes with plenty of equipment regardless of which trim you use.

RangeRoverEvoqueCabrioLand Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible

The Evoque Convertible is one of the most unique cars on the road right now – as competitors go, Land Rover have monopolised this market… for now. Described by the company as “the world’s first luxury convertible SUV”, it’s hard to find fault with this highly appealing SUV. Even in convertible mode, the Evoque drives as well as its standard model. If you’re looking for a slice of luxury with style, the Evoque ticks all the right boxes.

 

 

Posted by Leana Kell on 02/09/2016