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Galway's Father Griffin's Ladies Football Club has been selected to participate in the 2023/24 Club2Gether Programme which aims to strengthen club structures.

Nissan’s all new electric Townstar van LWB version

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Nissan Ireland has not yet introduced the all-new Nissan Townstar Van here, citing that they are experiencing significant supply challenges for commercial vehicles.

Nissan global EV sales surpass one million

Nissan has revealed global sales of its electric vehicles have surpassed the one million unit milestone, almost one third of which have been to European customers.

Great Chinese invasion is set to electrify the market

The electric car market is hotting up here and China is going to have a big say sooner rather than later.

Nissan and Renault perform well in most recent ADAS ratings

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The latest set of assisted driving gradings have been released by Euro NCAP, based on assessments of three new vehicles, the Alfa Romeo Tonale (‘moderate’), Nissan Ariya (‘very good’) and Renault Austral (‘very good’).

Nissan and Renault do well in latest ADAS ratings

The latest set of assisted driving gradings have been released by Euro NCAP, based on assessments of three new vehicles, the Alfa Romeo Tonale (moderate’, Nissan Ariya (very good) and Renault Austral (very good).

5-star Green NCAP rating for Nissan Ariya

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The impressive Nissan Ariya, which is on sale here from €48,995, has just achieved the maximum five-star rating in the Green NCAP. Nissan says that it has confidently reaches a Weighted Overall Index (WOI) of 9.6.

New electric car registrations jump 49 per cent

Electric cars are on the rise in Ireland this year with 9,303 new electric cars having been registered compared to 6,235 last year.

Nissan to add a new van based on Renault FlexEVan

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Renault will launch their FlexEVan on the LCV market starting in 2026.

Nissan extends FAI vehicle deal until 2026

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Nissan is to continue as the official vehicle partner of the Football Association of Ireland for a new three-year term up to 2026.

 

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