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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV offered with €6k savings

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Mitsubishi Motors Ireland has launched its new offer on the Outlander PHEV, which it says can save customers €6,000.

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV on offer with substantial savings

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Mitsubishi Motors Ireland has launched its new offer on the Outlander PHEV, which it says can save customers €6,000.

Toyota hybrids deliver lowest CO2 emissions of top 10 best sellers

Toyota is the winner when it comes to reducing the CO2 output from the top 10 car brands, according to data from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).

Skoda adds new plug-in-hybrid to its Superb range

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Skoda, having raised the curtain on the new Superb flagship in October, is now adding the first plug-in hybrid called the Superb iV.

Toyota announces incentives for going hybrid in 2020

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Toyota Ireland is hosting a Hybrid Advantage event in local dealers Tony Burke Motors, Ballybrit, to display its range of driving self-driving hybrids, and a range of offers available for 201.

Is your bodyshop certified to work on your electric car?

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A recent report published by the UK Institute of the Motor Industry revealed more than 90 per cent of active auto mechanics are not qualified to work on electric cars.

Increased demand for electric and hybrid vehicles

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New data highlights the growing appetite for electric and hybrid vehicles among Irish motorists.

Ford lists numerous special offers for ‘192 Sales Event’

Ford Ireland has revealed its range of offers as part of its ‘192 Sales Event’ at participating dealers. Deals on offer include reductions on some of Ireland’s best selling cars, with the added bonus of seven years warranty, seven years roadside assistance, one year free road tax and a lower 3.9 percent APR. Value upgrade packs for selected models that include a range of extras at reduced prices.

Survey finds plug-in hybrid owners really do plug in

A recent survey of drivers of the UK’s most popular plug-in hybrid, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, reveals that around two-thirds (68 per cent) plug their car in every single day and 90 per cent charge their vehicles at least two to three times per week. This certainly runs counter to the myth that plug-in hybrids are only driven by people looking to lower their tax bills and are never actually plugged in.

Consumers move towards electric vehicles and hybrids

The move towards electric vehicles and hybrids is growing at pace, according to a new report.

 

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