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Midway through the first half of the National Hurling League game between Galway and Dublin in Salthill on Sunday, the stadium announcer proclaimed that somebody had handed in a house key, a “sort of elaborate-looking house key” to be more precise, and that it could be reclaimed from the stand at halftime.
Highly regarded British publication What Car? has named the Kia e-Niro electric vehicle (EV) as its 2019 Car of the Year during its recent 42nd annual awards ceremony in London.
The curves. The smoothness. The soft touch of leather against our skin. We all remember our first. Car that is, and here at the advertiser.ie we list the top first cars for drivers to purchase in 2019.
Large, bold, capable and comfortable, Kia has unveiled its new midsize Telluride SUV in the United States. The Korean carmaker says it opens the door to exploring in a new way.
November has passed and everyone is now gearing up for Christmas and the New Year. Of course Christmas is about buying presents for family and friends so it is likely that treats for yourself will have to be put off until 2019.
by Padraic Deane
The newly crowned Rose of Tralee, Kirsten Mate Maher, collected her new Kia Ceed, which she has full use of during her year as the Rose of Tralee.
Kia says that the all new Kia e-Niro will offer owners a driving range of up to 485 kilometres on a single charge when it goes on sale across europe at the end of the year. The e-Niro, Kia’s first fully electric crossover utility vehicle, will be revealed in european specification at the Paris Motor Show, before sales begin later this year.
The all-new Kia Stinger, Kia’s ground breaking gran turismo, is continuing its award success by being named ‘New Car of the Year’ at this year’s UK Motor Trader Awards. Launched at the beginning of 2018, the most adventurous model in Kia’s history, the Stinger has altered the perceptions of the brand to many.
Car sales figures for the month of July show 182 registrations are down 2.75 per cent (26,944) compared to July 2017 (27,707), according to statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.