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Irish News Archive

All-new Yaris hybrid arrives in Irish dealers

The all-new Yaris self-charging hybrid has arrived in Ireland and is available from €23,055 or €143/ month with Toyota Financial Services. This follows the launch

ITIA partners with RSA and An Garda Síochána for Road Safety Week

The Irish Tyre Industry Association (ITIA) in partnership with An Garda Síochána and RSA conduced a tyre safety campaign right throughout road safety week this

Portlaoise Springs acquires Condell & Ryan Motor Factors

Portlaoise Springs has recently acquired Condell & Ryan Motor Factors, located in Portlaoise, Co. Laois.

Dealerships adopting to Level 5 restrictions

Ireland has this week entered Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions, which has forced many businesses to close for an extended period for the second time this

Enterprise boosts Irish fleet with 64 new Mercedes-Benz vans

Enterprise has further strengthened its Irish fleet of light commercial vehicles with the recent addition of 64 new Mercedes-Benz vans – 15 mid-size Vito and 49

All driver theory tests suspended

All driver theory tests have been suspended immediately in light of Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions, which came into effect over night. Unlike several other motoring

Gardaí begin major high visibility policing operation nationwide

An Garda Síochána has begun a major high visibility policing operation nationwide to coincide with the Level 5 Covid-19 restrictions that came into effect over

Novus Glass launches interest free payment option for Irish customers

Novus Glass Ireland tells us that their customers can now access ‘FixPay’ at each of their Irish locations.

Over 17,000 vehicles in Ireland have had at least 10 owners

More than 17,000 vehicles currently registered in Ireland have had at least 10 owners over the course of their lifetime.

Ford’s 5.0-tonne Transit set for Ireland in late November

Ford’s new 5.0-tonne Transit derivative, which offers customers a van or chassis cab rated to 5,000 kg GVM, is expected to arrive in Ireland from