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The Irish Defence Forces (IDF) have confirmed an order for 280 new Toyota Land Cruisers, as the vehicle of choice for the IDF for the next four years. The Toyota Land Cruiser, which is synonymous with toughness and the ability...
By Seán Creedon Car companies are forever upgrading their cars. Often the improvements are minimal and only the pedantic among us can speak with confidence about the changes. But there is no mistaking the new version of the Mercedes A Class. The...
Nissan’s status as one of the most popular car brands in Ireland has been clearly underlined after the first seven months of the year with no less than three Nissan models now established as the best-sellers in...
Fermoy Gardaí detected this speed in Rathcormac at 6am on last Friday, August 2. The driver was travelling at a speed of 73 km/h in a 50 zone in dense fog. An...
By Seán Creedon I got a lot of envious looks from young males last week when I was driving the new BMW 3-series. My test car came in a Portimao Blue colour which was certainly...
Audi is adding a compact SUV in coupé shape to its model range: the Audi Q3 Sportback. The new model combines the strong presence and versatile everyday convenience of an SUV with the sporty elegance and...
The enhanced Ford Mondeo – introducing elegant new exterior and interior design details and a new Hybrid Wagon variant for the first time – was today revealed at the Brussels Motor Show, Belgium. The...
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today issued their Quarterly Motor Industry Review Q2 of 2019 composed by Economist Jim Power. New Car Registrations H1 2019 are down 7.4% (80,712)Used car imports H1 2019...
Ford and Centrica are set to offer new electric vehicle services in Ireland and the UK as Ford accelerates its electrified vehicle plans in Europe. Under the planned partnership, Centrica will deliver a dedicated...
ŠKODA Ireland has welcomed a DoneDeal Motor Industry Review that has placed the ŠKODA Octavia in the top spot for holding the strongest residual value in the Irish car market for the third consecutive year.

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