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Ford has produced its 10 millionth Mustang, which, it says, is America’s best-selling sports car of the last 50 years and the world’s best-selling sports car three years straight.
My name's John Martin Tierney and I come from Moycullen, so I'm a Galway native. Where I live is so close to the city that I can consider myself being from the shticks and the city at the same time.
Car sales figures for the month of July show 182 registrations are down 2.75 per cent (26,944) compared to July 2017 (27,707), according to statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.
The new 40kw 100 per cent electric Nissan Leaf has charged ahead in the sales charts this July, says the carmaker.
The Honda cars importer for Ireland has announced that sporting superstar Katie Taylor has joined the Honda as a brand ambassador.
A new name has been added to the list of overall winners at Buccaneers Tag Rugby annual league tournament with Coupers Loopers coming out on top of this summer’s leagues contested at Dubarry Park. Last year’s championship bowl victors, Coupers Loopers now qualify for the IRFU Volkswagen Tag series.
Mazda tells us that the latest generation of the new ‘6’ Saloon and Tourer showcases a comprehensive range of carefully considered revisions and enhancements which it claims will cement the company flagship's rightful position at the head of the Mazda model range.
The new Polo GTI is now on sale here. This latest-generation model puts out 200 PS from its 2.0-litre TSI petrol engine and is fitted with a six speed DSG gearbox as standard and boasts a claimed top speed of 237 km/h, getting to 100km/h on the way there in just 6.7 seconds. This is very promising performance, which Volkswagen says matches the very grown-up dimensions of the latest generation Polo.
Ford points to their all new Focus, saying it delivers more style, space and advanced driving technologies for mid-size family car customers than ever before.
I was one of those who mourned the loss of Toyota sports cars, the Supra, MR2, and Celica, after they were discontinued. The reason given at the time was a refocusing on developing mass market models for growing markets in China, Russia, etc. and a general scarcity of engineers in Japan. Toyota felt their loss within a couple of years with the average age profile of their customers rising, and it entered Formula One to try to address this.