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by Seán Creedon “This is one of the classiest car you have ever driven.”- Sean's daughter That was the reaction of my daughter when she first sat into the Audi A4...
The decline of the European new car market has continued throughout February. According to JATO Dynamics data, 1,063,264 units were registered last month, compared to 1,143,852 in February 2019. This equates to a...
Aston Martin has confirmed the temporary suspension of all manufacturing operations at its UK plants in line with the latest UK Government instructions on the fight against Covid-19. The suspension will come into force at all sites...
The Mazda Motor Corporation would like to express its deepest sympathy and concern for all of those who have been suffering from the novel coronavirus outbreak and extend our sincere condolences to the families it has impacted.
This year, Suzuki are celebrating its 100th anniversary. It was on March 15, 1920 that Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Company was founded by Michio Suzuki. Since then, Suzuki has expanded its business from looms to...
The gardaí have released a warning to motorists on the M8 motorway to slow down or risk being nabbed by the North Cork roads policing unit.  A car was spotted speeding on the roadway at close to 200 kilometres...
by Seán Creedon You may have heard Opel’s new radio ads for their brand new Corsa. They are clearly trying to remind prospective customers to hark back to their carefree younger days when they...
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VWCV) is presenting for the first time the e-BULLI, an all-electric vehicle that produces zero emissions on the road. Equipped with the drive system components of the latest Volkswagen electric vehicles, the concept...
by Seán Creedon Following the success of their i30, Hyundai went even smaller with their neat i10. The i10 was the Korean company’s first car in that segment since the Atoz. Recently I drove the...
Heavy rainfall experienced during January and February has brought a spotlight onto the issue of flooded roads.  Like many villages, Castlelyons is having to deal with this problem, and Cllr William O’Leary is asking for action to be...

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