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Irish News Archive

Used car sales down 4.2 per cent year to date

Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie has released the findings from the latest state of the market report in conjunction with BAC Auto Consulting. Used

Breen and Nagle clinch Irish Tarmac Rally Championship

Craig Breen and Paul Nagle scored their fifth win from six rounds of the Irish Tarmac Rally Championship at the weekend, to clinch the title

Gerry Gill Motors wins online marketing award

Gerry Gill Motors in Co. Roscommon have received an award for ‘Best Online Marketing in Connaught Q2’. The business is amongst the first set of

Voting continues for Irish Auto Trade Awards

Have you cast your vote for the Irish Auto Trade Awards? If you haven’t voted already, you have until Friday, August 23 at 5.00pm. To

Peugeot Sandyford partners with Lansdowne Football Club

Sandyford Motor Centre, main Peugeot dealer in South Dublin, is the new official car partner to Lansdowne Football Club. A new Peugeot 5008 seven-seat SUV

Irish Defence Forces invests in new Toyota Land Cruisers

Toyota Land Cruiser has been selected as the vehicle of choice for the Irish Defence Forces for the next four years. The Defence Forces have

The Skoda Yeti had the highest NCT pass rate in 2018

The Skoda Yeti had the highest pass rate of any vehicle submitted for a NCT test last year, figures published by the Road Safety Authority

Cartell and Audi launch vehicle history check website for Audi drivers

Audi Ireland has launched an innovative joint promotion with vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie to provide vehicle condition transparency to all Audi drivers. AudiCheck.ie

Toyota ‘FaceItDown’ app offers new incentives

To celebrate the success of the Toyota ‘FaceItDown’ app, with over 22million kilometres driven using the app, all users will earn double points for all

RSA urges Leaving Cert students to celebrate safely

With almost 60,000 students receiving their Leaving Certificate results today, the highest number in 15 years, the Road Safety Authority (RSA) has reminded all recipients