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The Volkswagen Golf has been awarded Used Car Hero at the 2019 Autocar Awards in the UK. The citation said that it was in recognition of its numerous talents – namely the value it represents to customers on the used car market, from its flexibility and quality to its reliability.
Audi describes its comprehensively updated A4 as boasting a more streamlined look and contemporary feel. It will be available to order from Audi dealerships here from Autumn 2019.
Audi Ireland has announced details of the Audi 192 sales event, presently ongoing at Audi Athlone on the Dublin Road, offering exceptional APR rates from as little as 2.9 percent, with offers available on vehicles registered before August 31.
A quarter of a century after its birth, demand is unabated for the Audi A4, now in its fifth generation.
Galway Technical Institute presents the artists and designers of the future in its 2019 student exhibition. Students from four groups — art: portfolio preparation QQI Level 5; drawing and visual inquiry QQI Level 6; animation QQI Level 6; and furniture making and design QQI Level 5 — will be showing the results of their year’s hard work from Friday May 24 to Tuesday May 28, (excluding Sunday) from 10am until 4pm.
Volkswagen has announced the name of the first model of the new ID family, the ID.3, months before its official world premiere at the Frankfurt international motor show in September.
Kia is set to welcome a new arrival to the Ceed model family, the Ceed Crossover, which it says will be named and revealed later in 2019.
Audi Athlone has launched the Audi Approved:plus used car sales event with 3.9 percent APR available on select cars until Tuesday, April 30. As part of the campaign, all used Audi cars up to five years old (registered between 141–191) come with a twelve month warranty and includes road side assistance.
Although year-on-year new car sales are down for 2019, figures from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show a consistent rise in the number of motorists opting for petrol over diesel cars.
Volkswagen’s new T-Cross model, the smallest SUV in the Volkswagen family, will be available to motorists on the Irish market this month. The German carmakers states that the new ‘urban crossover’ model is a versatile, practical and flexible addition to Volkswagen’s SUV family and will have a starting price of €22,495.