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New BMW 3 Series Saloon and Touring on the way

BMW tells us that the new BMW 3 Series is now available to order. It should arrive here after the summer. The updated models offer

New Nissan Ariya all electric crossover on the way

Nissan’s all-new Ariya all-electric crossover will go on sale this summer with a starting price of €48,995. Nissan Ireland says that the new arrival is

UK cracks down on those creating “plague of potholes”

Motorists will benefit from smoother journeys in the UK, as well as better connected communities and reduced congestion, as their Government introduces new measures to

Gowan Group Motors Division invests in massive new parts warehouse facility

Gowan Group has completed works on an extensive new parts warehousing facility located in Citywest in Dublin 24, to service their dealer networks. We went

Muscular and agile new Range Rover Sport here soon

You have got to love the boast that practically all manufacturers make about their shinning new metal. The latest dropped into my inbox is a

How are electric vehicles doing in the Irish market?

Vehicle History and data expert Cartell.ie has announced the results of an analysis on electric vehicle sales in the Irish market year-to-date. Cartell.ie looked at

Shedding anxiety about EV travel ranges and charging

I’ve been there many times – wondering will I make it home in an electric vehicle, and finding charging stations out of order when I

Ford Pro unveils all-electric E-Transit and a new way

I travelled to Barcelona last Monday morning curious about what Ford was up to with the commercial side of their business. Going through security at

All-new Dacia Jogger 7-seater is on the way

Dacia has launched its all-new Jogger here in Ireland with prices starting from €23,290. It says that already demand for this great value for money

Retailer opportunities on offer in Ireland for new all electric car brand

AutoTrade.ie has learned of the arrival of a new car manufacturer that will launch in the Republic of Ireland in the second-half of this year.