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Kia Rio is Continental Irish Car of the Year

The Kia Rio has been voted Continental Irish Car of the Year 2012 by the Irish Motoring Writers’ Association.

Ford Focus reaches 100,000 Irish sales milestone

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The Ford Focus’ claim to be Ireland’s most successful ever car gained extra currency today when sales surpassed the 100,000 mark. The milestone has been achieved in less than 13 years, making the Focus the fastest selling car in Irish motoring history.

Ford Focus reaches 100,000 Irish sales milestone

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The Ford Focus’ claim to be Ireland’s most successful ever car gained extra currency today when sales surpassed the 100,000 mark. The milestone has been achieved in less than 13 years, making the Focus the fastest selling car in Irish motoring history.

Continental Irish Van of the Year 2011

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The Land Rover Discovery 4 commercial and Volkswagen Golf van were voted category winners in the Continental Irish Van of the Year 2011.

Continental Irish Van of the Year 2011

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The Land Rover Discovery 4 commercial and Volkswagen Golf van were voted category winners in the Continental Irish Van of the Year 2011.

Continental Irish Van of the Year 2011 category winners

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At an awards ceremony this week the Land Rover Discovery 4 Commercial and Volkswagen Golf Van were voted category winners in the Continental Irish Van of the Year 2011 by the Irish Motoring Writers Association (IMWA) van jury.

Continental Irish Van of the Year 2011 category winners

At an awards ceremony this week the Land Rover Discovery 4 Commercial and Volkswagen Golf Van were voted category winners in the Continental Irish Van of the Year 2011 by the Irish Motoring Writers Association (IMWA) van jury.

New Nissan Micra arrives

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Nissan gets two new arrivals this month. The most important is the new Micra and the entry level 1.2 litre XE five-door sells for €14,195 ex-works. It arrives as a five-door supermini with a 1.2 litre petrol with CO2 emissions of 115g/km when married to the five-speed manual gearbox. This version qualifies for the lower band A rate of car tax. Fuel consumption for the manual model on a combined cycle is 56mpg or 5.0L/100km.

Nissan Juke is Continental Irish Car of the Year 2011

The Nissan Juke has been voted Continental Irish Car of the Year 2011 by the Irish Motoring Writers’ Association.

Shortlist for prestigious Continental Irish Car of the Year

A shortlist of 10 models for the Continental Irish Car of the Year 2011 has been announced by the Irish Motoring Writers Association.

 

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