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The new Outlander plug-in hybrid EV 4WD SUV goes on sale here next month. The entry level Intense 2.4L plug-in hybrid 4WD petrol/ electric version will have a starting price of €39,900, including VRT reduction and the SEAI grant for private customers.
The new Outlander Plug-In Hybrid EV 4WD SUV goes on sale here next month. The entry level ‘Intense’ 2.4L Plug-In Hybrid 4WD petrol/electric version will have a starting price of €39,900 including VRT reduction and the SEAI grant for private customers.
This summer season is the ideal time for all the family to take a trip on the River Shannon with Barracuda Boats.
The Niro PHEV plug-in hybrid version is now available in Irish showrooms at a price of €35,995.
Research has found that many business travellers across Ireland who drive their own cars for work, the so-called ‘grey fleet’, do not always carry out basic safety checks on their vehicles. This, and a range of other findings from the survey, should be of key concern to employers as there are legal responsibilities on employers whose employees use their own cars for work-related travel.
The new Suzuki Vitara compact SUV, launched earlier this month, is rated one of Europe‘s safest cars according to independent crash testing results from Euro NCAP, receiving the maximum five-star rating.
Irish soccer fans will be all too familiar with Roy Keane’s withering line about what happens when you “fail to prepare”. However, as summer holiday season gets into full swing, it seems that many Irish motorists are falling into that very trap.
Fiat is offering a special incentive of a five-year or 200,000km warranty on all Fiat Professional orders placed by the end of July.
The eagerly awaited new Peugeot 3008 SUV is now on sale at Hugo Loonam Motors.
Summer is upon us once more and luckily we've been blessed with some of the finest weather we've seen this year over the past few weeks. While it would be foolish to take the ever fitful Irish weather for granted, it's important to get out and make the most of the balmy conditions while we have them. There are few better places in Ireland to do so than Galway city and its surrounding countryside. Why go on holiday when there is so much on offer in your own backyard? Even if the weather does betray us yet again, there are plenty of indoor activities to get stuck into too.