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Continental Tyres Ireland has renewed its partnership as support vehicle tyre partner for Blood Bikes Leinster, the east coast chapter of the nationwide Association of Blood Bikes.  Blood Bikes is a registered not-for-profit Irish charity,...
As lockdown restrictions begin to ease, Michelin is urging motorists to complete essential safety checks before getting behind the wheel of cars that may have had very little use over the past number of months.
Twenty years after the launch of the modern Mini, the latest model generation moves to the next stage of its evolution, with the Mini 3-Door Hatch, the Mini Electric, the Mini 5-Door Hatch and the Mini Convertible...
Volkswagen’s ID.4 has arrived in Ireland with a bang, with deliveries of the car rolling out last month, and with many pre-existing orders being honoured, it meant that the car was quickly the best-selling model in March...
CUPRA is celebrating the arrival of the new CUPRA Formentor e-HYBRID (priced from €39,895*) in Ireland with an exceptional finance offer on all CUPRA models, with just 2.9% PCP Finance available across the CUPRA range, which now...
The Nissan LEAF continues to be the number one car of choice for a growing number of Irish motorists who are making the switch to electric driving. The latest new vehicle statistics announced today...
The MG brand originated in Oxford, England where Morris Garages used to customise Morris cars. In Europe MG cars are probably most attractive for female drivers, but some time back I saw a quote from one of...
Volvo Cars is opting in its 40,000+ employees around the globe, in all plants and offices, into a new all-gender, paid parental leave policy as of April 1, 2021. The ‘Family Bond’ policy will...
After a strong start to the year, Toyota has maintained its position as Ireland’s best-selling car brand for the first quarter of 2021. Over 90% of all Toyota passenger car sales are self-charging hybrids, which have low...
SEAT S.A. has announced that it will launch an urban electric vehicle on the market in 2025. With this car, the company will enter a segment of around €25,000**, essential to make electromobility accessible to the masses and...

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