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Car Archive

Clean Up for 181 with Ford

As the 181 January new car market draws near, Ford has announced an exciting range of offers as part of the company’s ‘Clean Up for

Honda joins Top 20 ranking among World’s best brands

Honda tells us that is now one of the world’s top 20 brands, according to research by Interbrand in its latest ‘Best Global Brands’ study.

Mercedes-Benz planning an ‘awesome’ year in 2018

‘Awesome’ is the word being used by Mercedes-Benz to describe various initiatives planned for the year ahead, all designed to expand ownership and sustain market

Kia unveils Proceed Concept at Frankfurt Motor Show

Kia has unveiled the striking new Proceed Concept, alongside a series of new production models at the 2017 Frankfurt International Motor Show. The Proceed Concept

Ford public debuts at Frankfurt Motor Show

Ford has delivered the European public debuts of the more powerful new Ford Mustang sports car; more capable EcoSport sports utility vehicle (SUV); and more

New Ford EcoSport SUV revealed

Ford has revealed the new Ford EcoSport compact sports utility vehicle (SUV) that will deliver enhanced versatility and capability, more refined styling and sophisticated technologies

Fiat launches special edition 500 convertible

Fiat is launching a special edition 500 convertible, to mark the 60th anniversary of the iconic global bestseller. This special edition comes with a grey

Renault Group Ireland launches new used car programme

Renault Group Ireland has launched its new used car programme, Renault Selection at selected Renault and Dacia dealerships nationwide. The Group researched the used car

Mercedes-AMG E43 4MATIC arrives in Ireland

The Mercedes-AMG E43 4MATIC – the high-performance version of the new E-Class – has arrived on the market here. With features adopted from motorsport, cutting-edge

Bad news for Corsa as used car warnings soar again

New data from used vehicle checker mycarcheck.com has revealed that serious warnings (including write-off, finance and stolen) have risen again, to 30.8% of all checks