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The Department of Transport is to cut the value of the purchase grant for plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) from €5,000 to €2,500, effective July 1, 2021.
New car registrations for February were up 5.30 percent (13,834) when compared to February 2020 (13,138), while registrations for the year to date are still down 11 percent (38,986) on the same period last year (43,788).
The increase in sales of plug-in hybrid and electric cars brings with it a new type of crime – the theft of car charging cables.
The future of Volvo Cars is electric, and according to the company, the new C40 Recharge is the latest manifestation of its commitment to a zero-emission future.
With only 30 standard charging points, seven fast charging points, and two high powered charge points for electric cars, is “very low” for the second largest county in Ireland.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has released the official 211 new vehicle registration figures for January.
The Harris Group has announced the launch of the new all-electric Maxus eDeliver 9, which is now available to order in Ireland.
Total new car registrations for 2020 finished at 88,324, a 25 percent decrease on 2019 (117,109).
More than 17,000 vehicles currently registered in Ireland have had at least 10 owners over the course of their lifetime, with 988 in Co Galway.
Volvo Car has started production of the XC40 Recharge, the first of several fully electric Volvos to come. It is expected to arrive in Irish showrooms from July next year. Pricing has yet to be announced.