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Car sales in Mayo at low levels - SIMI

New car sales are slightly up on last year according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), however, Mayo bucked that trend with sales down 14 per cent for the year. SIMI has warned however, that the figures need to be put in the context of a market showing relatively low sales overall.

Renault car scrappage scheme is back for June!

Almost a year after the Government scrapped Scrappage, Renault is back with a new scrappage deal for the month of June, writes Padraic Deane.

Car sales up slightly in January but cautious outlook for year

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry has released the January car sales figures which show a 1.5 per cent increase on last year.

SIMI urges Government not to increase motor related taxes

The SIMI (Society of the Irish Motor Industry) is urging the Government not to increase motor related taxes in the upcoming budget.

Irish population and our cars are getting older

Ireland’s population is aging. But it’s not just the good citizens of the State; it’s their cars too. That’s what the latest data released by official vehicle records experts, Cartell.ie reveals as we approach the final quarter of the year and car buyers consider their options for 2012.

New car sales fall sharply with end of scrappage

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There was a 35 per cent fall-off in new car sales last month, following the end of the government scrappage scheme.

New car CO2 emissions continue to fall

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Average CO2 emissions from new cars in the EU dropped by almost four per cent last year – the second biggest annual fall recorded, according to a new report by the European Environment Agency.

New car sales up 31 per cent

The SIMI (Society of the Irish Motor Industry) has just released June sales figures which show that new car sales were up 31 per cent compared to last June.

Renault Ireland extends its scrappage scheme

As the Government Scrappage Scheme comes to an end, Renault Ireland has extended and doubled its own scrappage scheme.

Renault Ireland extends its scrappage scheme

As the Government Scrappage Scheme comes to an end, Renault Ireland has extended and doubled its own scrappage scheme.

 

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