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Are the Irish open to switching to electric/hybrid cars?

Irish motorists are now more open to switching to electric and hybrid cars according to the most recent Carzone Motoring Report.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross wins RJC Car of the Year 2019

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has been named as the “Car of the Year 2019” by the Automotive Researchers’ & Journalists’ Conference of Japan (RJC).

FTAI reacts to draft Brexit agreement

FTA Ireland (FTAI), the body which represents the country’s logistics industry has reacted positively to the draft withdrawal agreement presented by Teresa May to the UK Parliament, believing that its contents will assist the transition to a future frictionless trading environment, while boosting confidence and certainty.

Volvo XC40 crowned Continental Tyres Irish Car of the Year 2019

The Volvo XC40 has been crowned as Continental Tyres Irish Car of the Year 2019

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is Irish Van of the Year 2019

The 2019 Irish Van of the Year Award winners were announced last Thursday night. The awards are presented in association with Continental Tyres, and the winner was the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.

Volkswagen Group enjoys three crossover award wins

With the exception of the Volvo XC40 winning the ‘Compact Crossover of the Year’ and the overall Award, it fell to the Volkswagen Group Ireland brands Seat, Skoda and Volkswagen to enjoyed a triple Crossover success at the 2019 Irish Car of the Year Awards. Held in association with Continental Tyres in Dublin last week,

All-new Toyota Supra set for Detroit Show in January

Toyota has confirmed one of the worst-kept secrets in the auto industry, the long awaited Supra will debut in January at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, Toyota.

Bus crashes into Belfast cafe for the second time

A bus has crashed into a Belfast cafe/coffee shop for the second time in two months.

Dacia puts their best foot forward for 191 sales

Dacia is offering 4.9 per cent APR across its no-nonsense range for 191, which includes the recently launched Dacia Duster. Renault says customers can get their hands on a new Duster from €149 a month. There were no other specific details on this in their press release, so check out the full details and the

Skoda giving free SIM cards to their new car buyers

Skoda Ireland has today announced that they will provide their customers with complementary SIM Cards to enable them to access the online connect solutions offered by the brand. ‘Skoda Connect’ enables drivers to be always online and enjoy greater freedom and safety through a range of assistance systems. Skoda says that it will provide all