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ESB ecar app finds the nearest charge point for you

The ESB has updated its ‘ecar connect’ app to give owners of electric vehicles the ultimate driving experience.

Renault’s new Kwid set to be a global car

As an innovator since 1898, Renault says it has constantly sought to pioneer new ideas, question conventional thinking, and reinvent the way we use cars.

Toyota, Nissan, and Honda recall thousands of cars

The largest recall of cars we have seen in Ireland over safety concerns has come to light overnight as some 11 million cars globally need to replace potentially faulty airbag inflators. 

New car registrations up thirty-three per cent in March

New car registrations were up 33 per cent (19,046) last month compared to (14,297) March 2014, according to recent figures released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.

Nissan €4,000 scrappage offer extended

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Due to exceptional demand Nissan tells us it has extended its popular scrappage offer for a limited period.

Renault reveals Kadjar - Captur’s big brother

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Buoyed by the success of Captur, Renault is continuing its offensive in the world of crossovers with the launch of Kadjar, the brand’s first C-segment crossover, built on the same CMF platform as the Nissan Qashqai.

Great 2014 vehicle sales - confident for 2015

New car sales for 2014 (96,338 units) were 30 per cent up on 2013, according to figures released recently by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).

Man was driving dangerously due to drug debt fears

Ballina District Court heard on Tuesday that a man who careened around a Ballina estate in a Nissan Micra in an attempt to avoid gardaí was only driving the car because he owed his passenger money for drugs.

New Irish van sales still growing rapidly

There were 602 van sales in November, up from 384 in November 2013, an increase of 56.77 per cent.

Ford Transit wins 2015 Continental Irish Van of the Year award

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The all-new Ford Transit has won the prestigious Continental Irish Van of the Year 2015 award, writes Padraic Deane. Ireland’s long established and top van award is voted for by the specialist van jury of the Irish Motoring Writers Association (IMWA). The announcement was made at an awards ceremony in The Marker Hotel, Grand Canal Square, Dublin, last Friday in front of the leading figures from the Irish motor industry.


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