As a key part of its global expansion plan, Stuttgart-based Borgward Group AG has entered into a strategic partnership with the automotive sales specialist International Motors and IM Group Ltd for the British and Irish markets.
Mercedes-Benz product offensive continues in 2019 with eight new models and seven face lifted models set to make their introduction here.
Audi’s new e-tron will be available to order in Ireland from January 2019, with first deliveries scheduled to take place in the spring.
Fiat Ireland’s 191 retail offers include three years free servicing across the range as well as lower rate finance starting from three per cent APR on most models for orders placed by December 31, 2018 and registered by January 31, 2019.
In a first for a Honda SUV in Europe, the all-new CR-V will be available with advanced hybrid powertrain technology. Honda tells us that the SUV will be arriving into Irish showrooms in early 2019 and will be available from €39,500.
Now arriving in dealer showrooms is the latest Mercedes-Benz C-Class, fresh from having undergone a comprehensive mid-term makeover that has seen improvements made in all departments.
Toyota Ireland revealed pricing for four of its five all new self-charging hybrid cars which are set to land on Irish shores from January.
Sophisticated technologies designed to make the all-new Ford Focus driving experience more comfortable, less demanding and safer have been commended by the Euro NCAP independent crash test authority following its first ever automated driving assessment event, hosted by the ADAC mobility organisation in Penzing, Germany.
Ford will add a spacious new generation Mondeo Hybrid wagon (estate) variant from next year. It will coincide with the enhancing of the range of Mondeo Hybrid petrol-electric vehicles in Europe next year.
As part of the company’s 191 new registration promotion, Ford has revised its prices for the All-New Ford Focus which arrived in Ireland in September. Commenting on the 191 promotional prices for the new Focus, Ford Ireland Chairman and Managing Director, Ciarán McMahon, said: “Since it first arrived in Ireland 20 years ago, the Ford