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All new Nissan Ariya 100 percent electric crossover

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The all new Nissan Ariya 100per cent electric crossover with the starting price of €48,995 combines the pioneering EV, crossover and performance expertise that has made the Nissan LEAF and Nissan Qashqai market leaders and its arrival in local dealerships is set to revolutionise the EV market in Ireland.

Why it is important your SUV has the correct tyres

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Over the past ten to 15 years, Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) have come to dominate the car sales charts in Ireland.

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

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Current Car — David Leahy is the Chief Executive Officer of the Galway Roscommon Education and Training Board. Fitting for the former history teacher, his driving past is varied and interesting. Currently the owner of an Audi A6, his first car was actually a van. Remembered by David as ‘a great little servant’, the 1991 Toyota Starlet, transported David from Trinity College to his lodgings saving him the twenty mile daily cycle.The Starlet saw him through the naughties, and was replaced by a series of cars, including a Nissan Almera, Saab 95 and a much loved Land Rover Defender.

All new Nissan X-Trail set to be unveiled at Marsh Nissan Athlone

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EV drivers in Athlone and the Midlands region will be among the first in Ireland to feast their eyes on the eagerly awaited all-new Nissan X-Trail e-POWER after Marsh Nissan in Athlone was chosen to unveil the new family crossover and latest addition to Nissan’s full range of electrified vehicles.

Six achieve five-star Euro NCAP in latest safety ratings

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Euro NCAP has published the latest safety ratings for nine new cars with some impressive results.

Thirty-seven compete for Continental Irish Car of the Year crown

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Six achieve five-star Euro NCAP in latest safety ratings

Euro NCAP has published the latest safety ratings for nine new cars with some impressive results.

All new Nissan Qashqai e-Power arrives at Marsh Nissan Athlone

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Nissan has launched in Ireland its all-new Qashqai e-Power, which it claims allows drivers to enjoy all the benefits of EV driving without ever having to plug in the car to recharge it.

New car sales down by 17 per cent on previous year

New car registrations for July were down 17.3 per cent compared to July 2021, according to SIMI figures.

New car sales down by 17 per cent on previous year

New car registrations for July were down 17.3 per cent compared to July 2021, according to SIMI figures.

 

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