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Berlingo and Partner share Irish Van of the Year title

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The Citroen Berlingo / Peugeot Partner have jointly been voted Semperit Irish Van of the Year 2009 by the Irish Motoring Writers Association (IMWA). The announcement was made at an awards ceremony in the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dublin, attended by leading figures from the motor industry.  The Citroen Berlingo / Peugeot Partner finished ahead of the Fiat Fiorino and the Citroen Nemo / Peugeot Bipper.

Citroen C5 takes Semperit Irish Car of the Year Crown

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The Citroen C5 has been voted Semperit Irish Car of the Year 2009 by the Irish Motoring Writers Association (IMWA) writes Padraic Deane. The announcement was made at an awards ceremony last Friday in Dublin, which was attended by leading figures from the motor industry. 

New Ford 1.6 Diesel launched on tenth birthday of Focus

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I can't believe how the past decade has flown by. It is highlighted for me by the Ford Focus celebrating 10 years on the road. And what a period of unprecedented success it has been in Ireland, with sales of almost 90,000 units.

New Ford 1.6 Diesel launched

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The Ford Focus celebrates a decade on the road, and what a period of unprecedented success it has been in Ireland, with sales of almost 90,000 units.

Putting the electric car on trial

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The Irish Government hopes to have 10 per cent of vehicles on Irish roads running on electricity by 2020. But do electric vehicles have the potential to answer a key part of our transport needs as we seek alternatives to fossil fuel?

Putting the electric car on trial…

The Irish Government has stated that it hopes to have 10 percent of vehicles on Irish roads running on electricity by 2020. But do electric vehicles (EVs) have the potential to answer a key part of our transport needs as we seek alternatives to fossil fuels…?

Putting the electric car on trial

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The Irish Government hopes to have 10 per cent of vehicles on Irish roads running on electricity by 2020. But do electric vehicles have the potential to answer a key part of our transport needs as we seek alternatives to fossil fuel?

Putting the electric car on trial

The Irish Government hopes to have 10 per cent of vehicles on Irish roads running on electricity by 2020. But do electric vehicles have the potential to answer a key part of our transport needs as we seek alternatives to fossil fuel?

Vantastic Ford takes all at Irish Van of the Year awards

The new Ford Transit Connect has been voted Continental Irish Van of the Year 2010 by the Irish Motoring Writers Association.

Peugeot 3008 is the Continental Irish Car of the Year 2010

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The Peugeot 3008 crossover has been voted Continental Irish Car of the Year 2010 by the Irish Motoring Writers Association (IMWA). The announcement was made at an awards ceremony last Thursday in Dublin, and was attended by leading figures from the motor industry.

 

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