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Auto Express

Auto Express
Auto Express magazine, 28 August 2002 issue
Editor-in-Chief Steve Fowler
Categories Automobile magazine
Frequency Weekly
Total circulation
(June 2013)
50,639 (first half of 2013)[1]
First issue 1988
Company Dennis Publishing
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Website .uk.co.autoexpresswww

Auto Express is a weekly motoring magazine sold in the United Kingdom published by Dennis Publishing. The Editor-in-Chief is Steve Fowler.[2]

History and profile

Launched in September 1988, its 1,000th issue was published on 20 February 2008. Its only weekly competitor in Britain is the long established Autocar. In 2011 Auto Express was the biggest selling motoring magazine in Britain, with a circulation of 60,840.[3]

Auto Express is known for its spy shots and speculative illustrations of forthcoming cars. It also covers news, road tests, first drives, readers' letters and feedback, product tests, long-term tests, used cars, prices, motorsport and comment columns. It has sister magazines in France: Auto Plus, and Germany: Auto Bild which follow the same format.

Since April 2001, Auto Express has published the J.D. Power-rivalling "Driver Power" satisfaction survey which shows the 100 best and worst cars to own that year.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Mag ABCs: Full circulation round-up for the first half of 2013".  
  2. ^ In Publishing 23 September 2011
  3. ^ Dennis website
  4. ^ Auto Express Driver Power website

External links

  • websiteAuto Express


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