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The fourth-generation FABIA continues ŠKODA’s extraordinary success story of offering all you need and a little more. Twenty-two years after its debut, the popular small car is more emotive and dynamic than ever before. This is the first FABIA...
I’m told that there will be at least 100 electric or semi-electric cars available for Irish motorist to buy in 2022. The figure will range from battery-electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid-electric (PHEV) to hybrid-electric (HEV). Looking at my bookings...
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ fifth-generation Caddy has been awarded the top rating of five stars in Euro NCAP’s latest crash test series. Result show the new Caddy has not only become appreciably safer, but is one of a select group of...

REVIEW: Peugeot 208

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‘Lively’ - that’s the one word I gave to people last week when they asked me what the new Peugeot 208 was like. Of course it’s much more than ‘lively,’ but from the moment I sat into this new...
When I drove the fully electric Mercedes EQV recently, I discovered that the price was just under €100k. Last week it got even more expensive when driving the plug-in version of the Mercedes’ GLE diesel hybrid which sells at...
The first Opel Vivaro-e Hydrogen has rolled off the production line. It will now begin its emissions-free work, taking pride of place in the fleet of German manufacturer of premium domestic appliances, Miele. Opel CEO, Uwe Hochgeschurtz, and Head...
Faster, more powerful, more stable: Volkswagen optimises infotainment in the current Golf. The new software and hardware now going into series production enhance a wide range of functions. In particular, voice control now responds up to four times faster,...
Unmistakable Italian design, combined with 540 hp engine power, convinced the readers of AUTO BILD SPORTSCARS. They elected the Giulia GTAm, the most powerful car ever produced byAlfa Romeo, 'AUTO BILD SPORTSCAR of the Year 2021'. A total of...

REVIEW: Citroen eC4

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Colour is so important when choosing a new car. Naturally, car reviewers don’t have much choice on colour as we book the cars a few months in advance, and you cannot afford to be too fussy about colour at...
Michelin Tyre plc has appointed John Howe as Managing Director for the UK & Ireland, with effect from 1 January 2022. He will also hold the role of B2C Sales Director, with responsibility for the company’s car, motorcycle and bicycle...

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