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Average value of a new private vehicle is more than €30,000

Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie reports the buyer of a new private vehicle in Ireland is now purchasing spending more than €30,000 on average, for the first time since Cartell started recording these statistics.

Numbers of large engined cars on Irish roads dwindle

Vehicle data expert Cartell reports that large-engine vehicles (those in excess of 2,000cc) are in decline.

No-one likes car tax but at least it can be done fairly

The Government is making a relatively small change to the system of annual road tax. This is being done to correct an inherent unfairness in the way that car tax is treated if a car spends a portion of its time off the road.

Stylish new Peugeot 2008 compact crossover

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Peugeot will launch its eagerly anticipated new 2008 compact crossover this summer. Modern and stylish, the new Peugeot 2008 is firmly based on the new 208, Continental Irish Small Car of the Year 2013.

Stylish and accessible new Ford B-Max arrives

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The new Ford B-Max, featuring a unique design and all-new small car technology among the most advanced in Europe, has arrived in Ireland, with an entry level price of €19,170 for the 1.4 petrol and €21,840 (both ex-works) for the 1.5 diesel version. The former slots into the current band B for VRT and road tax, while the latter is in band A.

Stylish and accessible new Ford B-Max arrives

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The new Ford B-Max, featuring a unique design and new small car technology among the most advanced in Europe, has arrived in Ireland, with an entry level price of €19,170 for the 1.4 petrol and €21,840 (both ex-works) for the 1.5 diesel version. The former slots in to the current Band B for VRT and road tax, while the latter is in Band A.

Stylish and accessible new Ford B-Max arrives

The new Ford B-Max, featuring a unique design and new small car technology among the most advanced in Europe, has arrived in Ireland, with an entry level price of €19,170 for the 1.4 petrol and €21,840 (both ex-works) for the 1.5 diesel version. The former slots in to the current Band B for VRT and road tax, while the latter is in Band A.

Stylish and accessible new Ford B-Max arrives

The new Ford B-Max, featuring a unique design and new small car technology among the most advanced in Europe, has arrived in Ireland, with an entry level price of €19,170 for the 1.4 petrol and €21,840 (both ex-works) for the 1.5 diesel version. The former slots in to the current Band B for VRT and road tax, while the latter is in Band A.

Car tax on Road to Nowhere

The Irish government has a problem. It is a problem that the AA can be very relaxed about because it is something our members are likely to cheer. Vehicle Registration Tax takings have collapsed. This monstrous tax on car owners has always been deeply unpopular and lots of people will be glad to hear that motorists are paying far less of it.

Car tax on Road to Nowhere

The Irish government has a problem. It is a problem that the AA can be very relaxed about because it is something our members are likely to cheer. Vehicle Registration Tax takings have collapsed. This monstrous tax on car owners has always been deeply unpopular and lots of people will be glad to hear that motorists are paying far less of it.

 

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