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Citroen has unveiled its all-new flagship C5 X model, which will go on sale in Ireland in early 2022 for the 221 registration period.
Couple sought in Moycullen angle grinder raid
Just days before her historic win aboard Minella Times in the Aintree Grand National, Rachael Blackmore took time from her busy schedule to send a quick support call-to-action to the facilities development committee at Athenry Camogie Club. Just over one month ago, the club launched a very ambitious plan to buy, build and develop their very own facilities. Their WinAHouseAndCar initative has garnered a lot of interest locally and nationally.
Cupra has formally launched its new Formentor model in Ireland, with prices starting at €37,135.
New research shows potholes have caused damage to nearly a third of cars – with an average repair bill of more than €160.
The future of Volvo Cars is electric, and according to the company, the new C40 Recharge is the latest manifestation of its commitment to a zero-emission future.
Euro NCAP has published its first safety ratings of 2021. And two new cars that would not be familiar at this time to Irish motorists – the Polestar 2 (not sold here) and the Cupra Formentor (just arriving here), achieved the maximum five-star rating against the latest protocol regime.
The Toyota Yaris has been named European Car of the Year 2021. The virtual award ceremony, which took place today in Geneva, featured seven cars all vying for the top award, which has been around since 1964.
Ford says it is moving to be all-electric in Europe by 2030.
Seat has launched a new PHEV (plug-in hybrid vehicle). Seat says that the Leon e-Hybrid truly offers the 'best of both worlds’.