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As part of the company’s 191 new registration promotion, Ford has announced revised prices for the All-New Ford Focus which arrived in Ireland last month.  Commenting on the 191 promotional prices for the new Focus, Ford Ireland Chairman and Managing...
Commenting on the Budget decision on Tuesday last to increase VRT on the registration of diesel cars, SIMI Director General Alan Nolan said: “This was a poorly considered measure that appears to have been included to give the perception...
Citroën Ireland has joined forces with Road Safety Ireland to support their new ‘Driving for Work’ Safe Driving Experience which is now being offered at new purpose built Road Safety Experience Centre in Co. Monaghan. Citroën will provide Road Safety Ireland...
Opel is continuing to execute the PACE! plan product offensive to meet customer needs and ensure compliance with the Europe-wide CO2 guidelines which become effective in 2020. The future portfolio will ensure a sustainable, successful future for both the company...
Irish motorists can prepare to kick start 2019 in truly affordable style, all with thanks to SEAT’s incredible 191 offers now available from its 23-strong dealer network. From this week, those in the market for an SUV will be impressed...
Volvo Cars, the premium car maker, this week joins the G7 Ocean Partnership Summit, one of the largest environmental summits in the world. Volvo Cars is the only car maker to be invited to the G7 summit, underlining the company’s...
A field of 50 candidates for the Irish Car of the Year 2019 awards, in association with Continental Tyres, was announced this week. The Irish Car of the Year will be revealed at a gala event in The Gibson...
Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) members around Ireland are inviting all motorists to call in for a FREE tyre pressure check and thread depth inspection during RSA Road Safety Week (Monday 1st to Sunday 7th October). A visit to www.itia.ie will lead motorists to...
The new SEAT Tarraco is here. SEAT’s latest creation is named after the Mediterranean city of Tarragona, a historic, cultural centre with awe-inspiring architecture and a young and adventurous spirit. This name was chosen by popular vote by the...
The speed detector which is currently located at Duntaheen Road in Fermoy is due to be moved to the Pike Road shortly, as studies show that speed radar signs lose their effectiveness after a period of six weeks.  This arrangement...

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