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New car sales up 31 per cent

The SIMI (Society of the Irish Motor Industry) has just released June sales figures which show that new car sales were up 31 per cent compared to last June.

The Toyota Avensis - Ireland’s best selling new car in January.

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Toyota scored a significant double in January, topping the Irish new car sales charts with 3,704 registrations and finished top of the heap with the best selling car – the Avensis.

A boost for new car market

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The motor industry is now in a far stronger position than it was this time last year, according to recently released figures for new car registrations.

A boost for new car market

The motor industry is now in a far stronger position than it was this time last year, according to recently released figures for new car registrations.

New car market is up 38 percent after first quarter

According to official industry figures for new cars registered in March 2010, they are up 78 per cent on March 2009, from 7,764 to 13,813.

New car market is up 38 per cent after first quarter

According to official industry figures, 13,813 new cars were registered in March 2010, up 78 per cent on March 2009 (7,764).

Ford quick off the blocks as new year car sales rebound

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The Government scrappage scheme contributed to a rise in new car sales of 4.5 per cent in January compared to the same period in 2009, according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).

New car scrappage scheme unveiled

The Irish motor industry has received a shot in the arm with a new scrappage scheme on cars 10 years or older.

New car scrappage scheme unveiled

Finance Minister Brian Lenihan gave the Irish motor industry a shot in the arm last week, when he introduced a scrappage scheme on cars 10 years or older.

 

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