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Opel has revealed the first photos of its all new Crossland, ahead of its arrival here in early 2021.
With the August holidays underway for many, some will be jumping into their cars and heading off on a well-earned staycation. For those who have not switched to an electric vehicle and are still driving a petrol or diesel car, the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) has some tips to help you drive more efficiently. This will help you use less fuel, reduce your emissions and also stay safe, not only this weekend but all the time.
Ahead of the partial relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions, Continental Tyres Ireland is advising motorists to take a few precautions before jumping straight back into the car.
Business Motoring went ahead with its annual awards in the UK, but as a virtual event.
As the world faces new environmental, social and economic challenges, MINI tells us that that it has unveiled its first fully electric model, the MINI Electric.
The total number of new cars sold in 2019 fell by 6.8 percent to 117,031 units compared to 2018. Interestingly, Skoda Ireland tells us that it is projecting a slightly more optimistic result in 2020, with 120,000 passenger vehicle sales forecasted.
The total number of new cars sold in 2019 fell by 6.8 per cent to 117,031 units compared to 2018. Interestingly, Skoda Ireland tells us it is projecting a slightly more optimistic result in 2020, with 120,000 passenger vehicle sales forecasted.
TyreSafe, the UK tyre safety organisation is offering motorists advice on driving in winter, where cold and damp roads can dramatically affect the performance of tyres, leading to an increased accident risk.
Jaguar has unleashed the Jaguar I-Pace, its first electric vehicle, onto the streets for the first time.
Fiat Ireland will expand its C Segment line up with the new Fiat Tipo sedan on sale with prices starting from €16,745.