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It comes as no surprise new car registrations for March were down by 63 per cent (6,174) when compared to March 2019 (16,687).
After a large increase of European registrations experienced in December 2019, volumes for January have decreased, marking another month of transition for the complex new car market.
Dacia says that it is ready to start a new chapter of its illustrious history with the launch of Dacia Spring, a concept showcar which the motoring company claims is foreshadowing it’s first all-electric model.
We are halfway through February and many of our minds have been on Six Nations rugby, the launch of Galway 2020, and the General Election. But how much time have we thought about ourselves and our own needs? Why not treat ourselves this month with a new electric car?
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).
Toyota Ireland has noted in recent times the ongoing reference within the motor industry pertaining to mild hybrid cars, which is adding to the overall confusion that new car buyers are facing.
The need for Government to introduce additional incentives to encourage people to purchase electric cars is being highlighted, after a recent survey showed that diesel-powered cars remain the most popular option for those looking at purchasing a new vehicle in 2020.
Over the last few months there has been a lot of noise in the motor industry about mild hybrid cars, which is adding to confusion for some new car buyers, according to Toyota Ireland.
Skoda, having raised the curtain on the new Superb flagship in October, is now adding the first plug-in hybrid called the Superb iV.
We may be still in November but the Christmas spirit is in full swing and hot on the heels of the holiday will be the New Year.