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It has been another exciting 12 months for Caprice Café as it celebrates its second anniversary this July. Known for its delicious dishes and award winning organic coffee, the café has become a favourite for locals and visitors of the city not least for its Instagram perfect presentation.
Following an extensive mid-term makeover Mercedes-Benz is preparing the groundwork for the introduction of their latest C-Class saloon, estate, coupé and cabriolet models.
Ian Moore of Michael Moore Car Sales, Athlone, has welcomed the arrival of the stylish new Mercedes-Benz A-Class, the first versions of which have arrived in Ireland.
Nissan tells us it is giving motorists an opportunity to save money by buying two new 182 cars together as part of a newly introduced ‘Car Combo’ offer which is set to change the Irish car buying market.
Nissan tells us that it is giving motorists an opportunity to save money by buying two new 182 cars together as part of a newly introduced ‘Car Combo’ offer which is set to change the Irish car buying market.
Third in a generation of models first introduced in 2003, the new CLS combines the elegance and dynamism of a coupé with the comfort and functionality of a saloon.
This week, we have seen Mercedes-Benz launch two new models on the Irish market - the A-Class and CLS coupé, both of which, the company hopes will bring additional 182 registrations.
Mercedes-Benz has introduced the latest version of its luxurious CLS coupé – a model first launched in 2003. A mid-year arrival is planned for the new CLS coupé here.
Mercedes-Benz has introduced the latest version of its luxurious CLS Coupé, a model first introduced in 2003 and now widely considered to have achieved classic car status, all within its own life-time.
Toyota Ireland has kicked off 2018 as the best-selling car brand in the country, thanks to significant demand for its hybrid range. The Japanese carmaker closed out January with a 11.83 per cent market share, garnered through the sale of 4,393 passenger vehicles, 48 per cent of which were hybrids.