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New research commissioned by Seat Ireland has revealed 50 per cent of the 495 Irish respondents would choose a diesel car, compared to just 32 per cent who would prefer a petrol car. This figure showcases how diesel cars are still very much front of mind for Irish motorists.
Billions of euros have been spent on diesel and petrol technologies to extend their competitive sales life.
The cost of running a family car in Ireland has risen by almost six per cent in the last 12 months, according to the AA's annual survey of motoring costs.
The cost of petrol and diesel has not fallen at Irish pumps yet according to the August survey of prices from the AA. Petrol costs an average of 151.9 cent per litre, diesel 143.6 cent in August, up 2.6 cent and 2.5 cent respectively on the average figures for July.
Freedom clothing, one of Galway’s trendiest clothing stores, has relocated from the Eyre Square Centre to Lower Abbeygate Street (formerly the Workshop hair studio).
Everyone has a favourite perfume, and with an extensive range of fragrances from leading brands, you will find something to suit every taste at McGorisks Pharmacy in Athlone Towncentre.