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The change in direction by Mercedes-Benz by injecting replacement models with a new sense of youthfulness is most evident in the latest GLE sports utility vehicle just launched.
The new Citroen C5 Aircross is now on sale in Ireland, with prices starting from €26,495.
Figures for the first half of the 191 sales period show that the Nissan Leaf is Ireland’s best selling electric vehicle, with 532 models registered.
Audi Athlone has launched the Audi Approved:plus used car sales event with 3.9 percent APR available on select cars until Tuesday, April 30. As part of the campaign, all used Audi cars up to five years old (registered between 141–191) come with a twelve month warranty and includes road side assistance.
The Range Rover Evoque transformed the Land Rover range when it first launched in 2011, and now the dynamic SUV has undergone a major re-design to include a refreshed exterior and superior levels of capability.
The new Lexus UX hybrid crossover will be launched this weekend at Lexus Galway in Ballybrit.
The BMW 3 Series saloon has had an excellent reputation both for its quality, and supreme handling in the premium midsize segment for more than 40 years and BMW states that this, the seventh generation, raises the bar even higher. The latest version, built on a new platform, arrives in Ireland costing from €43,770 for the 318d SE.
Dacia premiered the new 2019 Techroad limited edition at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
Kia Motors staked its claim for leadership in advanced powertrain technology at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show with a display made up entirely of electrified vehicles.
Attractive, intelligent, and at the same time practical, is how Mercedes-Benz describes its new CLA which will also be available as a Shooting Brake from September.