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Fiat Professional Ireland has announced a new five-year warranty and zero per cent business hire purchase offer for its wide range of commercial vehicles.
The ESB has updated its ‘ecar connect’ app to give owners of electric vehicles the ultimate driving experience.
The new FIAT compact sedan debuted last week at the Istanbul Motor Show and the Italian carmaker really needs something new to add to its successful 500 range.
Last year, Renault remarkably maintained its lead in the European light commercial vehicle market for a remarkable 17th successive year, with a 14.2 per cent market share.
What do you normally achieve after four months of growing delicious, fresh home-grown food? Probably feeling healthier and certainly saving money, but what about winning an electric car for your efforts?
As part of the this year’s Great Electric Drive, Research leader of the Unit for Social Software at Insight, (formerly DERI) John Breslin has received his BMWi3 electric car to begin his four month ecar trial. He is one of just 32 new ecar ambassadors chosen earlier this year, from 20,000 applicants across Ireland.
This was an exciting week for the four new pioneers chosen to take part in the Operation GIY Nation campaign, launched last March in association with Renault Ireland and Grow it Yourself Ireland.
Mitsubishi Motors has launched their Outlander Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV), calling it “game changing”. And as the first plug-in hybrid SUV available for Irish motorists, I suppose that comment has indeed some merit. And time will tell exactly to what extent this innovative model and smart hybrid technology influences buyers, writes Padraic Deane.
Mitsubishi Motors has launched its Outlander plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), calling it a game changing. And as the first plug-in hybrid SUV available for Irish motorists, I suppose that comment has some merit. Time will tell to what extent this innovative model and smart hybrid technology influences buyers.
Renault’s first bespoke 100 per cent electric car Zoe drove (almost silently) into Dublin for its Irish launch last week.