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Ahead of the arrival of the 182 registration plate on July 2, Ford says that it has a range of great offers as part of the company’s ‘Clean Up for 182’ campaign. Deals on offer include promised reductions of up to €6,000 on some of Ireland’s best-selling cars, plus the peace of mind of a seven year warranty.
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.
Ireland has become the first country in Europe to launch the all new Hyundai Santa Fe ahead of 182 registration plate.
AA Ireland has invested almost €500,000 in new vans to upgrade its existing breakdown assistance fleet from Cork-based company Ford 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.
In an age where technology is king, we seem to be spending every available second on our phones and laptops, as well as watching TV and playing video games. Too much of anything is not good for anyone but because we have become so dependent on technology, it is very difficult to find any pastimes that satisfy our wish to express ourselves creatively which do not involve looking at some sort of screen.
Thinking of buying a new car in the coming months? Then you’ve no doubt heard about Personal Contract Plans or PCPs. These car finance agreements have been getting a lot of attention – and not always for the right reasons. The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) recently released the first public analysis of PCPs in Ireland. The report found that a third of new car purchases in Ireland are now financed by PCP agreements.
Audi Ireland has announced the launch of its new augmented reality consumer experience exclusively across a number of select Irish dealerships including Audi Galway - the only one outside Dublin.
Kia has unveiled a new seven-year warranty logo, which embodies the company’s ethos of what it calls “Quality Redefined”.
Subaru has revamped the 2018 Subaru Outback 2.5i petrol engined Lineartronic in time for the 182 plate change.