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After a strong start to the year, Toyota has maintained its position as Ireland’s best-selling car brand for the first quarter of 2021.
Toyota will preview its mid-sized battery-electric SUV at the forthcoming 2021 Shanghai Motor Show.
Toyota has taken the lead as Ireland’s best-selling car brand with a 15 percent market share in January 2021, a key selling period for the car industry.
Toyota has taken the lead as Ireland’s best-selling car brand with a 15 per cent market share in January 2021.
Total new car registrations for 2020 finished at 88,324, a 25 percent decrease on 2019 (117,109).
Total new car registrations for 2020 finished at 88,324, a 25 per cent decrease on 2019 (117,109).
Toyota has announced a range of offers to help drivers change from diesel into lower emission cars, like self-charging hybrid electric cars.
Nationwide research from iReach has named Toyota Ireland as the No 1 car brand for climate action.
As Ireland continues to flatten the Covid-19 curve and starts slowly picking up the pieces from the devastating personal, societal, and economic impact the pandemic has had, new research reveals that Irish consumers still intend to make some key purchases they had planned before the virus hit.
Toyota Ireland notes that data released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) highlights that it is leading the way when it comes to reducing CO2 output. From the top ten car brands in Ireland, Toyota’s CO2 output is the lowest.