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Opel has announced the return of the Frontera nameplate in 2024. The name will make its comeback on an all-new SUV model. The new Frontera, which will be presented later this year, will be a fun car with clever...

REVIEW: Ford Tourneo Custom

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Have you and your family planned any short break or week-long holiday for 2024? I know that people who want to be guaranteed a sun holiday will travel abroad as we cannot really trust the Irish weather, but it’s...

REVIEW: BYD Dolphin

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"The biggest car brand you have never heard of." That’s how Ciaran Allen, Sales Manager at Motor Distributors Ireland signed off his presentation last June at the launch of Chinese company BYD’s first electric car to be sold in...
Ford is inspiring drivers to embrace the electric future and new Kuga – Europe’s bestselling Plug-in hybrid in 2021, 2022 1,2 and on track for 2023 according to the latest available data – will play a key role on the journey....
Kia has revealed its Platform Beyond Vehicle (PBV) future strategy at the recent 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Kia’s PBV business will initially be based around the introduction of an all-new, modular commercial vehicle, previewed by...
Olive trees bear a fruit that is consumed all over the world, as snacks, oil and tapenades. Now, Ford has explored using branches, twigs and leaves that are discarded during harvest for more sustainable auto parts.  The trial was conducted...

REVIEW: BMW iX1 EV

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Last week I got to experience my first bit of new-year luxury when I drove the classy-looking BMW iX1. The third iteration of the X1 is slightly larger than the previous model, but most importantly this is a fully...
Nissan has got the new year off to a flying start with the launch of a new competitively priced entry grade Nissan Ariya and a strong supply of all models of the stylish 100% electric crossover across its dealer...
Toyota has closed out 2023 as Ireland’s best-selling car brand, making it three years in a row for the Irish owned business. Toyota sold 16,532 cars in 2023 - 3,164 more than the next best-seller - with a market...
Gowan Auto Peugeot has announced the appointment of Bandon Motors to the Peugeot Network of Ireland, for New Vehicle Sales and After-Sales. Speaking of the appointment of Bandon Motors, Des Cannon, Managing Director of Peugeot in Ireland said: “We look...

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