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Car Scrappage Scheme now in operation – McGuinness

Kilkenny people wishing to buy a new car this year may be eligible to participate in the State Car Scrappage Scheme, according to Fianna Fail Deputy John McGuinness.

Major swing to diesel family cars this year

Over 90 per cent of family cars being ordered in Ireland are now diesel, according to Ford Ireland chief Eddie Murphy. Figures show the CO2-based tax regime has brought about a sea change in the cars we are choosing to buy. According to the SIMI, diesels now account for 52 per cent of all cars sold, compared to just 32 per cent last year. However, Ford says this actually downplays the shift, as dealers are still disposing of large stocks of petrol models from before the tax change. “If you consider the orders we are taking, and take out the Ka- and Fiesta–size models, we’re looking at a mix of over 90 per cent diesel.”

Major swing to diesel family cars this year

More than 90 per cent of family cars being ordered in Ireland are now diesel, according to Ford Ireland chief Eddie Murphy.

New car scrappage scheme unveiled

The Irish motor industry has received a shot in the arm with a new scrappage scheme on cars 10 years or older.

New car scrappage scheme unveiled

Finance Minister Brian Lenihan gave the Irish motor industry a shot in the arm last week, when he introduced a scrappage scheme on cars 10 years or older.

Car scrappage scheme now in operation says Kitt

People in County Galway looking to buy a new car this year may be eligible for the State Car Scrappage Scheme, according to Galway East Fianna Fáil TD Micheal Kitt.

Car scrappage scheme now in operation

Mayo people wishing to buy a new car this year may be eligible to participate in the State Car Scrappage Scheme, according local Fianna Fáil TD Beverley Flynn.

Renault double scrappage pays dividends

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Renault Ireland, which introduced a scrappage scheme last September, is now offering a double scrappage (Renault and Government) on cars aged 10 years and older. It also offers up to €3,300 trade-in allowance on any brand, year, make or model.

 

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