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Citroen will give a world premiere to their flagship C5 Aircross SUV at the Paris motor show next month. It will sit on their stand alongside key models such as new C4 Cactus and new C3 Aircross.
Premium German tyre manufacturer, Continental Tyres, is organising its Vision Zero Live driving safety event at Mondello Race Circuit, Co Kildare, on Saturday October 13.
Volvo Car has won four trophies at the annual ‘BusinessCar’ Awards. The Volvo XC40 won the ‘New Company Car of the Year’, rubber-stamping it as the car of choice for fleet drivers. The XC40 was also named ‘Best Compact SUV’, while the XC90 scooped ‘Best Large SUV’. Volvo was named ‘Manufacturer of the Year’ for its commitment to leading the way in safety, connectivity and electrification, developing the best models for fleet drivers.
The eagerly awaited new Ford Focus has just gone on sale, and ford boasts it delivers more style, space and advanced driving technologies for mid-size family car customers than ever before.
Kia says that the all new Kia e-Niro will offer owners a driving range of up to 485 kilometres on a single charge when it goes on sale across europe at the end of the year. The e-Niro, Kia’s first fully electric crossover utility vehicle, will be revealed in european specification at the Paris Motor Show, before sales begin later this year.
Minister Denis Naughten has encouraged some of the world’s biggest tech companies to consider locating investment in new jobs to the midlands region, in light of the fact that the area is rapidly becoming ‘the silicon heartlands of europe’.
Western Motors, one of Galway’s leading motor dealerships, has been appointed after-sales dealer for Mercedes-Benz vans and light commercial vehicles.
After an epic 16,000-kilometre drive, polar explorer Marek Kaminski has arrived in Japan, having started his landmark #NoTraceExpedition in Poland three months earlier in Europe’s best-selling electric vehicle, the new Nissan Leaf.
The new Ford Ranger Raptor has been revealed at Europe’s largest video gaming event, Gamescom, held in Cologne, Germany, and is the first ever vehicle to be revealed at the event.
The first-generation Dacia Duster arrived here six years ago when we were in the middle of one of the worst financial crises. If ever there was a new car in recent years born of the time, it was surely Duster, offering Irish motorists great value. Some 10,000 Irish owners bought one.