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Subaru excels in ‘real world’ fuel efficiency test

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Amid the recent controversy surrounding manufacturer claims on official mpg figures, Subaru has been named one of the top car manufacturers for ‘real world’ fuel efficiency following independent testing. The tests were carried out to establish how efficient cars are under normal driving compared to their official fuel consumption figures.

New car sales jump

The number of new cars sold in Mayo in January increased by 30 per cent compared to January 2014.

Citroen C1 named most reliable car by Which?

The new Citroen C1 arrives in showrooms in Ireland this August. With a cheerful personality, attractive styling, and impressive efficiency, the new C1 delivers an upbeat response to today’s urban mobility requirements and reflects the bold renewal of the Citroen brand. It will be priced from €10,995.

Citroen C1 named most reliable car by Which?

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The new Citroen C1 arrives in showrooms in Ireland this August. With a cheerful personality, attractive styling, and impressive efficiency, the new C1 delivers an upbeat response to today’s urban mobility requirements and reflects the bold renewal of the Citroen brand. It will be priced from €10,995.

Toyota scores very well in German owners' study

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Toyota demonstrates its reputation for owner satisfaction in the 2014 JD Power Germany Vehicle Ownership Satisfaction Study.

Toyota scores very well in German owners' study

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Toyota demonstrates its reputation for owner satisfaction in the 2014 JD Power Germany Vehicle Ownership Satisfaction Study.

Renault set to launch a new Twingo city car

First off I accept the Renault Twingo has never meant much to Irish motorists. However, two decades after it revolutionised the small car segment with the first-generation Twingo, Renault has taken a fresh look at its city car.

Renault set to launch a new Twingo city car

First off I accept the Renault Twingo has never meant much to Irish motorists. However, two decades after it revolutionised the small car segment with the first-generation Twingo, Renault has taken a fresh look at its city car.

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.

Market primed for Swappage scheme

The Irish car market is ripe for the introduction of a Swappage scheme as proposed by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) in its pre-Budget submission, according to vehicle data experts Cartell.ie.

 

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