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Volkswagen ID. Buzz wins another major award

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Following on from its Continental Tyres Irish Car of the Year 2023 award, the Volkswagen ID. Buzz has now been crowned ‘Car of the Year’ and category winner for ‘Large Electric Car of the Year’ at the highly regarded 2023 What Car? Awards in the UK.

One man and his one million kilometre Kia Sportage

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On a cold winter’s morning in Millstreet County Cork, Ben O’Connor begins his working day as he has done every day since March 2007, by turning the key of his trusty Kia Sportage.

New car sales in 2022 were marginally higher on 2021 vehicle figures

A total of 105,253 new cars were registered in 2022, a marginal increase of 0.3 percent on 2021 but a 10.1 per cent drop on 2019 (117,109).

DRIVING HISTORY: Where we take a journey through someone’s driving past

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Current Car — Ms Maher's driving history started in her native Tipperary with a man. A man with a van. Her then boyfriend (now husband) was the owner of a Toyota Corolla Van, which she learned to drive in. Mandy ditched the van but kept the man and progressed with a Kia Sportage, a Honda Accord and then BMWs.

Interesting Euro NCAP crash test results

Five of seven new cars tested for crash safety by Euro NCAP received five stars.

PHEV completes new Kia Sportage line-up

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Kia Ireland has completed its new Sportage line up with the arrival of a PHEV variant.

Interesting latest Euro NCAP crash test results announced

The results of seven new cars tested for crash safety by Euro NCAP have just been announced.

Electric car sales double in February

A total of 1,620 new electric cars were registered in February, which is more than double the number registered during the same month last year (805), according to new figures from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.

Electric car sales double in February

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A total of 1,620 new electric cars were registered in February, which is more than double the number registered during the same month last year (805), according to new figures published by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).

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