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Hyundai safety recall – first mass EV battery replacement

Hyundai Motor is about to commence a major safety recall. It will involve the first mass battery pack replacement for electric vehicles, with circa 82,000

New Express van part of Renault range extension

Last week Renault opened orders for their new Express van in France and some European markets. In Ireland, it may just be marketed as the

Jaguar to become all-electric brand by 2025

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has outlined that by the middle of the decade, Jaguar will have undergone a renaissance to emerge as a entirely electric

New Ford S-Max Hybrid to arrive in Ireland in May

The new Ford S-Max Hybrid is set to go on sale in Ireland in May. Ford describes it as the only sports activity vehicle to

2001 Volvo S80 with an astonishing 1,153,877 kilometres

The search is on for Britain’s highest mileage car after the UK’s newest motoring magazine – ‘Bargain Cars’, acquired a 2001 Volvo S80 with an

Two ways to look at EU reporting worst car sales in decades

The latest official figures show that Europe’s five largest new car markets each suffered significant drops in 2020. Sales were down 32 per cent in

Ford backs Covid-19 measures and calls for extension to VAT reduction

Since 1987, when the year-based car registration system was introduced, January has consistently been the busiest month for new car sales in Ireland. Not so

New Mercedes-Benz S-Class goes on sale here

The new generation S-Class has arrived in Ireland in standard and long wheelbase versions. It is safe to say that no other model showcases new

Irish auto aftermarket can be open for business

Let us all play our part in making 2021 a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year. On Wednesday last (December 30th.), the Taoiseach announced that

So where are we with the Pandemic and Brexit?

Where are we with the Covid-19 Pandemic and Brexit? Many could say that’s the $64 million question, but I reckon is a lot less complex