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A second version of the Audi e-tron, the e-tron 50 quattro has been confirmed for series production and will launch in Ireland in early 2020. Available from €74,990 (excluding grants), the Audi e-tron 50 quattro offers...
Have you over indulged over the festive period? Looking to beat the Christmas bulge? Then, like most, you are probably starting that over ambitious list of New Year’s resolutions already. ŠKODA Ireland have...
Tesla have announced the opening of the 500th Supercharger station in Europe - a significant achievement that now includes more than 4700 individual Superchargers enabling seamless travel across 24 countries. Located in London, this landmark station at...
Cork County Council have said they would support Cllr Noel McCarthy’s request to place two taxi set-down spaces on Terence McSwiney Place in Fermoy, which is adjacent to Patrick Street, opposite AIB where there are already two taxi spaces.
by Seán Creedon We all like a bit of history and try to trace our roots. Skoda is one of the big success stories in the motoring trade in recent years.
The total number of new cars sold in 2019 fell by 6.8% to 117,031 units compared to 2018. ŠKODA Ireland is projecting a slightly more optimistic result in 2020, with 120,000 passenger vehicle sales forecasted.
As the market heads towards a new year in which Mercedes-Benz will introduce some 22 new models on to the Irish market, the German carmaker has unveiled one that will be amongst its 2020 arrivals – a...
The new Ford Puma – an all new SUV-inspired compact crossover – will be available across Ireland from early January.  The exciting new Puma fuses stunning exterior design, best-in-class uncompromised load space, and...
by Seán Creedon Two weeks ago I drove an automatic version of the Nissan Qashqai for the first time. It was a bit unusual as normally the Qashqais have manual gearboxes. But it was...
With the Winter Solstice falling this weekend on December 21, it means that daylight time starts to get slightly longer each day as winter wanes, however, Continental Tyres Ireland is advising motorists not to wait until darkness...

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