Nissan to build new small van range for Europe

Thu, Feb 25, 2021

Nissan has confirmed plans to build a new range of small vans for Europe, including a new electric model. The new range of commercial vehicles will be built on a shared platform from the Renault-Nissan alliance.

Although naming and detailed product information will be released closer to the launch date, Nissan has confirmed the range will include all-electric and internal combustion engine options, as well as commercial and passenger vehicle variants, with various size combinations.

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Dacia reveals new Bigster concept

Thu, Feb 25, 2021

Dacia has revealed its new entry into the C-segment, with the first look at the Bigster concept.

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New Seat Leon e-hybrid now on sale in Ireland

Thu, Feb 25, 2021

Seat has launched a new PHEV (plug-in hybrid vehicle), and the company says its e-Hybrid offers the "best of both worlds".

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Is Car Insurance Increasing During Covid and What May Happen Post-Covid?

Fri, Feb 19, 2021

Car insurance is a reality of life that is necessary when you own a vehicle. While you may currently be in lockdown and only taking occasional trips to pick up shopping from the supermarket, it’s still necessary to keep the vehicle insured at all times.

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SSE Airtricity/ePower to install home car chargers in Ireland

Thu, Feb 18, 2021

SSE Airtricity has partnered with Cork-based ePower, an electric vehicle charger provider, to install home chargers across the country.

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Avoid repeat of February 2020 fatalities

Thu, Feb 18, 2021

All road users are being urged to take extra care on the roads this month to avoid a repeat of last year's fatalities which totalled 19 people.

It was the worst month for road traffic fatalities during the year, according to Road Safety Authority (RSA) and An Garda Síochána, with eight drivers, six pedestrians, four passengers and one motorcyclist having lost their lives. And the number of pedestrian and passenger deaths represented an increase in comparison to February in previous years (2017-2019).

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Driving forward into spring

Thu, Feb 18, 2021

With winter fading into the background and better weather all around, don't be fooled into into thinking the roads will finally be safe again. This is not always the case.

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New HR-V to join electric Honda line-up

Thu, Feb 18, 2021

Honda will next month unveil an electric version of its popular HR-V.

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Mercedes-Benz moves towards all-electric range

Thu, Feb 11, 2021

As preparations are being made for the arrival here of the new Mercedes-Benz EQS, the all-electric version of its new S-Class, the company's focus has already switched to the opposite end of its model spectrum.

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New all-electric Maxus eDeliver 9 van available to order

Thu, Feb 11, 2021

The Harris Group has announced the launch of the new all-electric Maxus eDeliver 9, which is now available to order in Ireland.

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Toyota hybrids take the lead

Thu, Feb 04, 2021

Toyota has taken the lead as Ireland’s best-selling car brand with a 15 per cent market share in January 2021.

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Make sure your tyres are ready for the return to school drives

Thu, Feb 04, 2021

As children prepare to return to school in a few weeks time after the lockdown, parents are being urged to ensure that cars used on the school run are fitted with safe and legal tyres.

So to help ensure you transport your precious load safely, and avoid a fixed charges and penalty points if your tyres are below the legal limit of 1.6mm, Kevin Burke Tyres have compiled three simple checks you can do at home:

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New Volkswagen Tiguan now on sale here

Thu, Jan 28, 2021

Volkswagen’s new Tiguan is on sale in Ireland with prices starting from €32,510.

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New Mercedes-Benz S-Class goes on sale here with new techology

Thu, Jan 21, 2021

The new generation S-Class has arrived in Ireland in standard and long wheelbase versions.

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Volvo to triple electric car production capacity

Thu, Jan 21, 2021

Volvo Cars is tripling electric car manufacturing capacity at its plant in Belgium to meet fast growing demand for its Recharge line-up of chargeable cars.

The share of Recharge cars as a percentage of its total sales more than doubled in 2020 compared to 2019, Volvo says. By 2022, electric car capacity at the Belgian plant will have more than tripled from today’s levels and will amount to some 60 per cent of the plant’s total production capacity, the Swedish car maker tells us.

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Honda e continues to gain accolades

Thu, Jan 14, 2021

Honda is celebrating a bevy of awards in 2020 for its all electric city car, the Honda e.

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New agreement for exchange of UK driving licences

Thu, Jan 14, 2021

Minister for Transport Eamonn Ryan has signed an agreement with the United Kingdom that will allow the holders of UK licences resident here to exchange them for an Irish licence.

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New car sales down twenty-five per cent in 2020

Thu, Jan 14, 2021

Total new car registrations for 2020 finished at 88,324, a 25 per cent decrease on 2019 (117,109).

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Electric Mustang Mach-E set for Ireland mid-2021

Thu, Jan 07, 2021

Ford’s new all-electric Mustang Mach-E is scheduled to arrive in Ireland mid-2021, with pricing yet to be announced.

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Renault Ireland is official sponsor of GAA Museum

Thu, Jan 07, 2021

Renault Ireland is the official sponsor of the GAA Museum for 2021.

Located in Croke Park, the museum tells the important and unique story of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present day.

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