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New eco Ford Transit hybrid now features without range anxiety

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Ford is the first manufacturer to deliver plug-in hybrid technology for zero-emission driving capability to the one-tonne van segment, with the innovative new Transit Custom Plug-In Hybrid.

New Transit offers better fuel efficiency, payload and connectivity

Ford tells us it is introducing its most intelligent, fuel-efficient, capable and productive two-tonne Transit van, developed to help businesses thrive in a modern operating environment.

Scam targeting owners of Ford Transit vans

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Gardai in Granard, Co Longford, are investigating an organised crime gang involved in the international sale and distribution of stolen machinery and vehicle engines and parts. They are specifically alerting owners of Ford Transit vans.

191 new car registrations down on 181

Total new car registrations for the month of June are up 13 per cent (1,410) when compared with June 2018 (1,248). However, new car registrations for the year to date are down 7.4 per cent (80,712) on the similar period last year (87,116).

191 new car registrations down on 181 new sales

Total new car registrations for the month of June are up 13 per cent (1,410) when compared with June 2018 (1,248). However, new car registrations for the year to date are down 7.4 per cent (80,712) on the similar period last year (87,116).

Ford going big on electrification

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Ford today unveiled an extensive range of new vehicles that are designed to help make cities and urban areas cleaner and quieter by increasingly using more environmentally friendly electric power.

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Thieves target tools in vehicles

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First van in the world celebrates one hundred years

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It is not only Ford in Ireland that is celebrating 100 years this year - in July, 1917, the Ford Motor Company launched the first van in the world with the launch of the Model TT.

Poetry from Warrenpoint to the Kalahari Desert

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THOUGH THERE is much that separates them as poets, Siobhan Campbell and Galway based Aoife Reilly share an unsentimental earthiness about the human body which few of their male counterparts manage to put into words.

 

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