Search Results for 'Auto '
605 results found.
Peugeot has recorded the strongest growth in the Irish new car market at 53 percent for the first six months of 2018, as demand for the range continues to soar.
Following an extensive mid-term makeover Mercedes-Benz is preparing the groundwork for the introduction of their latest C-Class saloon, estate, coupé and cabriolet models.
The new 100 percent electric Renault Master Z.E., which recently debuted in Europe, is equipped with the latest generation 33kWh lithium-ion battery. As a result, the commercial vehicle is able to realise a real-world range of approx. 75 miles, which makes it ideal for ‘last mile deliveries’ in inner cities. The interior of the Master Z.E. has been carried across from the Master to provide a mobile office, while the battery charges in just six hours with a 7.4kW charger. The Renault Master Z.E. will be available in six versions with loading space of between 8 and 13 m2. PostNL will use a fleet of seventeen Renault Master Z.E. models by the end of 2018.
Volkswagen Ireland reminds us that the clock is ticking for anyone who wants to get a hold of the last of the Touareg N1 Commercial models, which are five seater commercial vehicles offering significant savings for buyers compared to the passenger version of these models.
After an absence of 14 years, Toyota is re-introducing the Camry in Ireland and across Western Europe, to maintain the brand’s presence in the D/E-saloon segment.
In a move which will increase appeal to new and returning customers, marquee brand Mercedes-Benz has announced its standard warranty across the van range will now increase to three years.
The new third generation Kia Ceed has been launched and will be on sale here in August.
Ireland has become the first country in Europe to launch the new Hyundai Santa Fe ahead of 182 registration plate.
Scottish artist David Mach is sure to supply a ‘wow factor’ to this year’s Galway International Arts Festival with his large scale installation, Rock’n’Roll, at the festival gallery in Market Street.
The Ferrari 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 has once again been crowned overall winner of the coveted International Engine of the Year award. In doing so, it has become only the second engine in the awards’ history to scoop the title for three consecutive years, writes the Irish juror, Padraic Deane.