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A first glimmer of summer has arrived early with news from Volkswagen that the T-Roc Cabriolet is on the way.
Peugeot Ireland, has opened order books for their all new 2008 SUV with pricing announced for diesel and petrol models. Diesel versions have now arrived, with petrol powertrains due in March. Prices start from €23,900, plus delivery related charges for the Active 1.2 PureTech petrol 100bhp model.
The current Volkswagen’s e-Golf has a starting price of €27,895, which starts out with a recommended retail price (RRP) of €37,895, less the SEAI grant of €5,000 and VRT rebate of €5,000 bringing the price to a private customer down to €27,895.
The Volkswagen R range grows in early 2020, with the arrival of the new T-Roc R early in 2020. With 300 PS and 400Nm of torque from the 2.0-litre TSI engine, the T-Roc R accelerates from 0-100km/h in 4.8 seconds and on to a theoretical top speed of 250 km/h (where permitted).
Last September, the sixth generation Opel Corsa celebrated its world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It was also the world debut of the battery-electric Corsa-e.
Peugeot Ireland has announced plans to introduce the all new 208 to motor dealer showrooms across Ireland in January. It promises to be available from launch with a choice of petrol, diesel or electric Powertrains.
According to Skoda Ireland, an even better, more spacious, safer, more connected and more emotive than ever fourth generation Octavia will go on sale next July.
A better, more spacious, safer, more connected, and more emotive than ever fourth generation Octavia will go on sale next July, according to Skoda Ireland,
The PSA Group trio of the Citroen Berlingo/ Opel Combo Cargo/ Peugeot Partner Van, a joint collaboration of the three marques, has been voted the Continental Tyres Irish Van of the Year 2020.
Peugeot claims the new 508 hybrid range, which arrives here early next year, has passed stringent certification tests under the new WLTP protocol with impressive results. And under Ireland’s Budget 2020 announcements, the range will therefore qualify for the newly calculated grant thresholds.