Husband and wife, Gary and Kim Lawrence take delivery of matching cars at Gates of Hertford.

A very special vehicle handover took place at Gates of Hertford recently when husband and wife, Gary and Kim Lawrence took delivery of their brand new cars. The couple were so enamoured with the new Ka+ that they both ended up driving away in one complete with matching paintwork in deep impact blue!

Mrs Lawrence, who previously drove a Peugeot 108, came to Gates as she was looking to buy a used Ka. However, she instantly fell in love with the brand new Ka+ when she visited the showroom. When she enquired about the new model, her budget allowed her to upgrade to the Studio series of the brand new model.

Mr Lawrence previously drove a Ford Fiesta, which he originally bought from Gates, but was so impressed with the new Ka+ and it's surprising spaciousness,he enquired about purchasing a Zetec version of the new model Ka+ .

Pictured: Sales Executive, Scott Spurling hands over the keys to proud Ka+ owners, Gary and Kim Lawrence.

Steve Barrigan, Sales Manager at Gates of Hertford said: "The new Ford Ka+ has only recently been added to the Ford range but has already proved a popular choice as an economical, yet spacious small car" Steve continues "with competitive entry level prices, generous specification and clever new technologies, the Ka+ offers real value for money as well as practicality"

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Beat the Road Tax increase

By purchasing their vehicles in March, Mr and Mrs Lawrence also saved a combined total of £760 by purchasing their vehicles before the end of March. New road tax charges are due to be implemented from 1st April 2017, meaning that many motorists will end up paying more road tax as a result.

The below table illustrates the changes in the road tax charges and how the new Ka+ is affected.

KA+ 1.2 5dr 70PS

CO2 Year 1 Year 2/3 First 3 years
Road tax charges up to and including 31st March 2017 114g/km £0 £30 £60
Road tax charges from 1st April 2017 114g/km £160 £140 £440

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