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The latest figures for new car sales to year end 2016, released by car history experts Motorcheck.ie, show the market is up 17.4 per cent year on year.
Self-driving cars may still be a way down the road but many people can already foresee the life-changing difference they will make to how we travel.
Electric and plug-in hybrid cars are becoming increasingly popular with more models to choose from than ever before. There are now over 1,200 public access charge points available across Ireland; however the process of charging an electric car is quite different to putting fuel in a normal petrol or diesel-powered car.
Renault Pro+ will unveil the all-electric New Kangoo Z.E. on January 13 at the 2017 European Motor Show in Brussels.
A recent survey undertaken by Toyota Ireland has returned huge levels of customer satisfaction in hybrid vehicles.
Vehicle history expert Cartell.ie reports that annual mileage in newer cars is increasing as the country recovers.
New car registrations slowed last month, reflecting the drop for the 162 period.
Toyota says the new fourth generation Prius has delivered exceptional results in an academic test of its ability to run on electric power and with zero exhaust emissions on busy commuter journeys.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) issued the official 162 car registrations for the month of August, showing an increase of 14 per cent (7,313) when compared to August 2015 (6,400).
Toyota Ireland reports a significant growth in its hybrid car sales for 2016 compared to 2015, claiming there has been a recognisable shift in consumer interest towards choosing alternatives to diesel.