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Ford says it is moving to be all-electric in Europe by 2030.
The new Ford S-Max Hybrid is set to go on sale in Ireland in May.
Toyota has taken the lead as Ireland’s best-selling car brand with a 15 percent market share in January 2021, a key selling period for the car industry.
Opel’s new Crossland has gone on sale in Ireland with prices starting from €22,395.
Ford’s Co-Pilot 360 driver assistance technologies, which were designed to deliver an intuitive and stress-reducing driving experience, has earned the new Kuga SUV a leading position in Euro NCAP’s first assisted driving grading.
The updated Land Cruiser, with more power and performance, is set to arrive in Tony Burke Motors.
The PSA Group trio of the Citroen Berlingo/ Opel Combo Cargo/ Peugeot Partner Van, a joint collaboration of the three marques, has been voted the Continental Tyres Irish Van of the Year 2020.
Audi Ireland has announced details of the Audi 192 sales event, presently ongoing at Audi Athlone on the Dublin Road, offering exceptional APR rates from as little as 2.9 percent, with offers available on vehicles registered before August 31.
After a 14 year absence, the Toyota Camry is back on sale in Ireland with an entry level price of €39,750 for the base ‘Hybrid’ model.
After a fourteen year absence, the Toyota Camry is back on sale in Ireland with an entry level price of €39,750 for the base ‘Hybrid’ model.