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Survey finds plug-in hybrid owners really do plug in

A recent survey of drivers of the UK’s most popular plug-in hybrid, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, reveals that around two-thirds (68 per cent) plug their car in every single day and 90 per cent charge their vehicles at least two to three times per week. This certainly runs counter to the myth that plug-in hybrids are only driven by people looking to lower their tax bills and are never actually plugged in.

Report shows decline in new car registrations compared to last year

Statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that new car registrations for September were down 17 per cent (3,916) when compared to the same month last year (4,707), while new cars registrations year-to-date remain down 10 per cent (128,597) on the same period last year (143,211).

New vehicle registrations continue to rise

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Official statistics released today by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that new car registrations for the year 2015 (124,945) finished up 30 per cent ahead of 2014 (96,284). That was itself a 30 per cent increase on circa 74,000 units registered in 2013.

Increase in new car and van sales continues

Official statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that new car registrations were up 23 per cent (950) last month when compared to November 2014 (771). New car registrations for the year are currently up 30 per cent (124,605) on the same period last year.

New BMW i sub-brand is electric

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BMW has launched a new sub-brand which focuses on developing the electric vehicle sustainable individual mobility solutions.

Nissan Leaf electric car coming your way

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Nissan tells us that the future of driving is coming to a dealer near you this month. The Nissan Leaf is a new electric car which the Japanese maker says is the world’s first affordable, mass produced zero-emission car.

 

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