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Toyota launches new diesel scrappage website

Toyota Ireland has launched a new website called ‘dieselscrappage.ie’.

­Toyota launches new diesel scrappage website

Toyota Ireland has launched a new website to help Irish customers see how much they could save by scrapping their diesel vehicle and making the move to a Toyota hybrid or petrol car.

Michael Moore ŠKODA offering €4k scrappage or up to 0% finance

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There is good news for those considering a new car. This July, for the 172 registration period, customers will be able to transform their old car into €4,000 when buying a new ŠKODA at Michael Moore ŠKODA.

Skoda now offering €4,000 scrappage or up to 0% finance

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This July, for the 172 registration period, customers will be able to transform their old car into €4,000 when buying a new Skoda at an authorised Skoda dealer.

Michael Moore Škoda extends its 171 offer due to demand

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Good news for Westmeath car buyers: due to popular demand, Michael Moore Car Sales has extended its 171 offer until February 28. This offer consists of up to €4,000 scrappage or 0% finance on selected models.

Peugeot announces ‘Trade-In-Ability’ scheme

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Gowan Distributors Limited, Peugeot importers in Ireland, have announced details of the Peugeot ‘Trade-In-Ability’ promotion, offering up to a €4,500 scrappage allowance on models across the Peugeot passenger car range, excluding the new Peugeot 108 and RCZ.

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.

Motor industry budget proposal will create 42 jobs in Westmeath

A new proposed scheme by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) will help create 42 jobs in Westmeath if the Government agree to the idea which was part of SIMI’s pre-budget submission announced this week.

Motor industry budget proposal will create 59 jobs in Mayo

A new proposed scheme by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) will help create 59 jobs in Mayo if the Government agrees to the idea which was part of SIMI’s pre-budget submission.

Car sales in Mayo at low levels - SIMI

New car sales are slightly up on last year according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), however, Mayo bucked that trend with sales down 14 per cent for the year. SIMI has warned however, that the figures need to be put in the context of a market showing relatively low sales overall.

 

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