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Most serviced vehicles in Ireland in 2021

The 2004-2008 Ford Focus was the most-serviced vehicle in Ireland last year, while the 2014 Ford Transit was the most serviced LCV here in 2021.

Mercedes-Benz EQB arrives with seven-seat option

Mercedes-Benz continues to extend its presence in the all-electric segment with the Irish arrival of its new EQB compact SUV, available now with a family-size

Trico OE on latest Volkswagen models

Trico has been appointed the original equipment (OE) manufacturer for rear wiper blades on several of the latest Volkswagen models.

Peugeot Ireland partners with Dublin GAA

Peugeot Ireland is the new official car partner to Dublin GAA, in a three-year agreement across all four codes (Senior Football, Senior Hurling, Camogie and

Clarios reveals new safety critical battery for EVs

Clarios has revealed a new safety critical battery for electric vehicles, which it says will be in production “within the next two to three years”.

Ford to scale e-commerce with Stripe deal

Ford Motor Company has signed a five-year agreement with financial services company Stripe to scale its global e-commerce capabilities. Ford will use Stripe’s online payments

New communications director at Ford UK and Ireland

Dan Jones has been appointed director, Communications & Public Affairs, Ford of Britain and Ireland, effective from April 1, 2022. Ford says Jones will be

Textar adds brake pads for new BMW models

Textar has added to its expansive aftermarket product range by manufacturing brake pads for the new BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe and X2.

Almost a third of motorists would illegally scrap their car

Almost a third (32pc) of motorists would take a scrap price offer for their car or small van rather than legally ending responsibility for it.

Shell converts its London service station into EV charging hub

Shell has opened its first electric vehicle charging hub in the UK, where petrol and diesel pumps at an existing fuel station in Fulham, London