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A rigorous round of real-world economy testing dubbed the ‘MPG Marathon’ has once again underlined the impressive fuel-efficiency of the new Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC.
Vehicle data expert Cartell reports that large-engine vehicles (those in excess of 2,000cc) are in decline.
Following the unveiling of its first crossover, Captur, which arrives in Ireland in July, Renault has redesigned the popular Scenic as a crossover and unveiled the new Scenic Xmod has arrived in Irish showrooms.
The 1.6 litre engine is now the most popular engine size in the Irish private fleet, according to vehicle car history check experts, Cartell.ie.
Skoda has confirmed the launch date of the new Skoda Octavia. From March 16 Monaghan & Son’s, Castlebar, will be marking the arrival of the new Octavia with exciting open week events. Unveiled internationally late last year the new Octavia is offered with three different specification variants, both manual and automatic transmission options, and five engine alternatives with prices from €18,995.
Citroen is currently running a promotion, which offers a 10 Day Free Fuel Giveaway. It runs until Sunday January 27, and every customer who orders a new Citroën can drive away with a €500 free fuel voucher.
The third generation of Skoda's popular Octavia will be launched here in March. It will be bigger, more spacious, and packaged in a new attractive and functional design. It is based on the same platform as the new Volkswagen Golf and Seat Leon.
New cars sold in 2011 were 3.3 per cent more fuel efficient than those sold in 2010.
Nissan is inviting people to spring into action with its Leaf all-electric car, and has launched an enticing new promotion which should grab the attention of anyone who is interested in getting good old-fashioned value for money.
In the wake of the launch of Kangoo ZE at the end of 2011, the internal combustion-engined version of Kangoo is back in the news with the introduction to the range of two new engines – Energy dCi 90 and 75.