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Stylish new Hyundai Sante Fe goes on sale

Hyundai has launched its new third-generation Sante-Fe. It is more dynamic to look at and to drive. It has moved upmarket in quality, design and feel, writes Padraic Deane.

Hyundai’s new brand direction reaches Ireland

Hyundai Cars Ireland has unveiled ‘New Thinking.. New Possibilities’.

Big success for Hyundai in January

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Hyundai passenger car sales for January 2011 have jumped by 74 per cent compared with January last year, according to Hyundai Cars Ireland. This has resulted in a growth in market share from 3.3 per cent in January 2010 to 4.56 per cent in January 2011.

Big success for Hyundai in January

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Hyundai Cars Ireland tells us that it has achieved a 74 per cent increase in Hyundai passenger car sales for January 2011 compared with January last year. This has resulted in a growth in market share from 3.3 per cent in January 2010 to 4.56 per cent in January 2011 for the brand.

Big success for Hyundai in January

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Hyundai passenger car sales for January 2011 have jumped by 74 per cent compared with January last year, according to Hyundai Cars Ireland. This has resulted in a growth in market share from 3.3 per cent in January 2010 to 4.56 per cent in January 2011.

Monaghans showroom, store and Supermac’s development set to boost Tuam Road

Business on the Tuam road is set for a major boost with the announcement that an expansion of Monaghan and Sons motor dealers incorporating a drive-thru Supermacs restaurant and an enlarged Centra store is to open within weeks.

The new Hyundai IX35 at Monaghan and Sons

Hyundai officially unveiled the all New Hyundai IX35 at the international press test drive in Rome recently. Hyundai Cars Ireland are delighted to announce that the first units of the new Tucson replacement, the IX 35, will arrive into Ireland at the end of March. And Monaghan and Sons, Breaffy Road, Castlebar, is your first and only stop to try one for yourself. The IX 35 will be launched in a 2.0 litre diesel deluxe version first, with a 1.7 litre diesel deluxe version arriving later in the year. While final pricing is not yet decided, Hyundai can confirm that the 2.0 litre diesel engine version will launch at the 1.7 litre diesel price. Hyundai can confirm that the pricing is likely to be below €30,000.

Hyundai pushes competitive scrappage offers

To date Hyundai has enjoyed unparalleled success in Europe under the various scrappage programmes.

Hyundai offers big reductions on SUV prices

Hyundai Cars Ireland has announced a change in its SUV prices to meet current market conditions. However the reductions are only due to be effective for a defined period - from February 19 to March 31.

 

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