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Toyota reveals pricing offers for new hybrids

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Toyota Ireland has revealed their pricing for four of its five all new self charging hybrid cars which are set to land on Irish shores from January.

Toyota’s new Hybrid collection set for launch

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Next year will see the launch of four new Toyota self-charging hybrid models including new generation versions of the RAV4, the Auris, and the return of one of the world’s best-selling saloon cars, the Camry Hybrid, after a 14-year absence.

Toyota’s new hybrid collection set for Ireland in 2019

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2019 will see the launch of four new Toyota self-charging hybrid models, including new generation versions of the RAV4, the Auris, and the return of one of the world’s best-selling saloon cars, the Camry hybrid, after a 14-year absence.

Nissan Leaf charged ahead in July

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The new 40kw 100 per cent electric Nissan Leaf has charged ahead in the sales charts this July, says the carmaker.

Toyota’s upgrade to hybrid free with finance offers

Toyota has launched its ‘Upgrade to hybrid for free with finance’ campaign, which it says makes it even easier for Irish consumers to switch to hybrid.

Honda pushing ‘Power by Adrenaline’

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Honda has kicked-off the 182 buying season with a sales promotion entitled: ‘Powered by Adrenaline’, which it describes as a carousel of offers to the Irish market.

Suzuki finance offers at John Kelleher Suzuki

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This winter motorists can take advantage of some affordable and great value zero per cent APR (zero interest) finance deals when buying any new Suzuki car at John Kelleher Suzuki between now and March 31.

Fujiya & Miyagi to play Strange Brew

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IN LATE 2006 in Europe, and early 2007 in the US, Brighton electronic/dance/indie rock band Fujiya & Miyagi released their second album Transparent Things - and then saw critics fall over themselves to praise it.

Toyota launches new diesel scrappage website

Toyota Ireland has launched a new website called ‘dieselscrappage.ie’.

­Toyota launches new diesel scrappage website

Toyota Ireland has launched a new website to help Irish customers see how much they could save by scrapping their diesel vehicle and making the move to a Toyota hybrid or petrol car.

 

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