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Full pricing and specification of the 100% electric New 500 has been announced in Ireland this week. The all-electric urban car will arrive in Irish dealerships nationwide in January 2022 in both hatchback and cabrio body styles. With two...
Following the successful launch of the ENYAQ iV, ŠKODA is now adding an elegant coupé to the range. The line-up will also include a sporty RS variant. The ŠKODA ENYAQ COUPÉ iV features an even more emotive design and, despite displaying sportylines,...

All-New Dacia Jogger 7-seater

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Dacia is bringing its famed fresh thinking and value-for-money approach to the 7-seat family car sector with the launch of the All-New Dacia Jogger. Offering unrivalled versatility by blending the practicality of an estate car with the spaciousness of...

REVIEW: Hyundai Ioniq 5

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Covid-19 messed up a lot of things for everybody over the past two years, including the annual Continental Car of the Year award. It’s now 27 months since the Kia e-Soul was named Car of the Year for 2020....
The all-new Toyota Aygo X (pronounced Aygo ‘Cross’), a unique crossover in the A-Segment that is designed and produced in Europe, will be available at Toyota dealerships nationwide from mid-April 2022, with prices starting at €18,035*. Regarded as one...
Making its debut on March 8th, the all-new Mazda CX-60 PHEV is the first of two new models from the company’s Large Product Group* that will be introduced throughout Europe during the next two years. The CX-60 PHEV demonstrates Mazda’s...
MINI launches three new special editions across the entire range - Resolute, Untold and Untamed – with exclusive design and equipment features, emphasising each models’ individual characteristics. The Resolute Edition is available on the MINI 3-Door Hatch, MINI Electric,...
Opel almost doubled its light commercial vehicle share this January, to take a phenomenal 13.8% market share, compared to 6.97% in January 2021, an increase of 99%. Official figures from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show...

REVIEW: Suzuki Swift

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In the past a lot of people used to ‘pigeonhole’ car owners. Mercedes were traditionally reserved for Managing Directors of companies, the Ford Cortina was for farmers, Minis were best suited for young females etc. I suppose it did make...
The Citroën e-Dispatch / Opel Vivaro-e / Peugeot e-Expert, an electrified joint collaboration of the three companies, has been voted Continental Tyres Irish Van of the Year for 2022.  The award is voted upon by a jury of Ireland's most...

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