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The new Ford Transit Custom one-tonne van goes on sale here with an entry-level price of €25,115 for the Base specification level van 280 L1, powered by the 2.0 litre 105PS EcoBlue diesel and married to a six-speed manual gearbox.
The Nissan Qashqai will soon have the option of a new, promised class-leading 1.3-litre DIG-T petrol engine. It is the latest chapter in the success story of the Qashqai, Europe’s best-selling crossover, and it should further enhance the SUV’s appeal with consumers.
There has been even more traffic talk than usual in Galway this week with the announcement that the €600 million budget has been released for Galway’s ring road. The announcement has been met with mixed reactions, but I think one thing we can all agree on is that this latest development is part of, but not the complete, solution to Galway’s traffic problems.
Volvo is adding more choice and sporting style to its stylish and functional V60 estate car range with the introduction of new R-Design versions.
Skoda has announced details of their latest used car initiative, their approved used car programme. It says that it takes carefully selected Skoda vehicles that are no more than five years old, have less than 120,000km on the clock and ensures each vehicle undergoes a series of stringent checks to meet the requirements of the programme.
The upgraded new Kia Sportage for 2019 features a range of enhancements to cement its position as the brand’s top SUV and its bestselling model in Europe.
Citroen will give a world premiere to their flagship C5 Aircross SUV at the Paris motor show next month. It will sit on their stand alongside key models such as new C4 Cactus and new C3 Aircross.
I read recently that fitting autonomous emergency braking systems as standard on all commercial vehicles in Britain has the potential to stop almost 2,500 crashes per year.
Premium German tyre manufacturer, Continental Tyres, is organising its Vision Zero Live driving safety event at Mondello Race Circuit, Co Kildare, on Saturday October 13.
by Padraic Deane