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Audi Ireland has launched an innovative joint promotion with vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie to provide vehicle condition transparency to all Audi drivers.
Audi Ireland has announced details of the Audi 192 sales event, presently ongoing at Audi Athlone on the Dublin Road, offering exceptional APR rates from as little as 2.9 percent, with offers available on vehicles registered before August 31.
Audi Ireland says it is offering bespoke complimentary upgrade packages on its Audi A4 and Q2 models as part of the 191 sales event until February 28, while stocks last.
Audi Ireland has announced bespoke complimentary upgrade packages on their Audi A4 and Q2 models as part of their 191 sales event until February 28, while stocks last.
According to the latest Carzone motoring report, 50 per cent of 1,600 Irish motorists it surveyed plan to purchase a car under two years old. And, based on data from previous years, and monitoring traffic visiting the site and apps, Carzone claims that Monday was the day when Irish motorists are most likely to consider buying a car.
Audi Ireland’s 191 range will include the launch of five new, updated, or special edition models. The first is described by the German carmaker as the sporty yet compact Audi A1 SUV, and the others are the Q3; the first fully electric model, the Audi e-tron; the limited-edition Audi Q5; and the stylish Audi A6.
Audi Ireland’s 191 range will include the launch of five new, updated or special edition models. The first is described by the German carmaker as the sporty yet compact Audi A1 SUV and the other includes their Q3, the company’s first fully electric model, the Audi e-tron, the limited-edition Audi Q5 and the stylish Audi A6.
Audi Galway has launched a special test drive event giving customers the opportunity to experience Audi’s luxury class, which runs until September 29.
The new A6 has just launched here, starting from €51,650 on-the-road with two equipment lines, SE and S Line.
The bi-annual report which examines trends in the Irish motoring market finds that 61 per cent of motorists say their running costs have increased in the last 12 months, with 29 per cent stating they spend upwards of €250 per month on keeping their vehicle on the road.