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...
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10pc of motorists admit to taking ‘morning after’ driving risk

Around 10 per cent of motorists admit that in the past year they have driven the day after a night...
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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,...
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Toyota Corolla hybrid van on the way this summer

Toyota will launch a Corolla hybrid van in Ireland this summer. It will be manufactured in its UK plant, alongside...
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Tralee car show to raise funds for Kerry man in New York hospital

Members of Kerry Motor Club are organising a static car show in Tralee town centre next month to raise funds...
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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...
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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.


AXA unveils DriveSave

AXA has launched its “DriveSave” programme, a first in the Irish market, which is designed to improve road safety and reduce motor insurance premiums for


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Autopromotec launches new website

Autopromotec, the international biennial international trade fair for automotive equipment and aftermarket products, has launched a restyled websites at

Ford Cortina: An icon turns 50

The Cortina Club of Ireland will be celebrating the 50th birthday of the iconic Ford Cortina at a weekend event that will see some 70

IFA member wins new Peugeot 508

Noel Donohoe, Tinahely, Co Wicklow has won an IFA national competition for a Peugeot 508 worth €25,000.  His name was pulled at a live draw

Michelin Ballymena plant produces 30 millionth tyre

Since the first tyre rolled off the production line on 3 December 1969, Michelin Tyre PLC has remained a bedrock of Northern Ireland’s business landscape.

Cork pair win Audi quattro Cup

Brian McCarthy and Bill McGarry from Cork have won the Audi quattro Cup final held in Killarney Golf Club, on Wednesday. The pair won the

Škoda Ireland Motoring Costs Insights report published

The majority of Irish motorists expect the cost of running cars to continue to increase over the next 12 months, according to the 2012 Škoda

J&S Automotive host Mintex training day

J&S Automotive in conjunction with Mintex brake held a training day last weekend, which offered advice on disc pad fitment best practice The training day

Toyota sponsors rugby coverage on Newstalk

Toyota Ireland is poised to sponsor rugby coverage on Newstalk 106-108fm. The deal will see Toyota supporting all rugby broadcasts on the station including Newstalk’s

Demand for stop start batteries set to increase

The demand for stop start batteries is set to increase as more and more cars are being launched with this technology every year. Leading battery