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New car sales up six per cent

New car sales continue to grow with May seeing a six per cent increase on the corresponding month last year. So far this year, 64,031 new cars have been sold, an increase of 12,481 on 2013.

Kia MD elected SIMI president

Dublin native James Brooks has been elected president of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry, the representative body

Irish vehicle registration plate system is out of date

The Irish Motor Industry is calling for a review of the current Vehicle Registration Plate System are being as a strategy to beat the seasonality factors that are causing high and low activity trends for the industry.

A boost for new car market

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The motor industry is now in a far stronger position than it was this time last year, according to recently released figures for new car registrations.

A boost for new car market

The motor industry is now in a far stronger position than it was this time last year, according to recently released figures for new car registrations.

Green revolution grows as Irish motorists choose low CO2 cars

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While you can debate long into the night whether it is green environmental issues or greenback (money) savings that are driving people into smaller and diesel and petrol cars, the fact is that it is happening.

New car market is up 38 percent after first quarter

According to official industry figures for new cars registered in March 2010, they are up 78 per cent on March 2009, from 7,764 to 13,813.

Green revolution grows as Irish motorists choose low CO2 cars

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While you can debate long into the night about if it is green environmental issues or green back (money) savings that is driving people into smaller and diesel and petrol cars, it is a fact that it is happening.

Green revolution grows as Irish motorists choose low CO2 cars

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While you can debate long into the night about if it is green environmental issues or green back (money) savings that are driving people into smaller and diesel and petrol cars, it is a fact that it is happening.

 

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