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Volkswagen Passenger Cars has hit the ground running in the transition to electric mobility. “2020 was a turning point for Volkswagen and marked a breakthrough in electric mobility,” said Ralf Brandstätter, CEO of Volkswagen Passenger Cars.
Toyota Ireland has been awarded another impressive title at the 2021 What Van? Awards, with the Toyota Proace City named as the Compact Van of the Year. The newest addition to the Toyota...
The Tiguan, which has sold more than six million units globally, is Volkswagen’s best-selling model in Ireland and was the 3rd most popular in 2020 (Volkswagen remains Ireland’s No.1 brand for total sales). To further build on this...
With the launch of the all-new ENIGMA special version, Nissan JUKE continues to push the boundaries of bold design, bringing a new level of style to the iconic compact crossover. Expanding JUKE’s suite of...
2020 was a challenging year for the automotive industry with new car sales down 25% on 2019* due to the impact of Covid-19. However, SEAT Ireland performed remarkably well in continuing the success of 2019, with a...
The new generation S-Class has arrived in Ireland in standard and long wheelbase versions. Showcasing technology that, in time, will likely appear in future Mercedes-Benz vehicles – previous examples being ABS (1978), Airbag (1981) and ESP (1995)...
Volkswagen Group Ireland is calling on the Government to extend the current VAT reduction from 23% to 21%, to be extended to the end of June (it is due to expire at the end of February) to...
Kia has revealed its new corporate logo and global brand slogan that signify the automaker’s bold transformation and all-new brand purpose. The introduction of the new logo represents Kia’s ambitions to establish a leadership position in the...
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) this week released their official new vehicle registrations statistics for 2020. Total new car registrations for 2020, finished at 88,324 -25% down on 2019 (117,109). 
Since 1987, when the year-based car registration system was introduced, January has consistently been the busiest month for new car sales in Ireland. Not so for this year, as the latest Government Covid-19...

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