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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.
Tony Burke Motors is delighted to announce Toyota is the best-selling car brand in Galway for January 2020.
The Volkswagen Golf is the most successful European car for more than four decades with 35 million sold. Now, a new chapter in the history of this best-seller begins with the world premiere of the eighth generation model.
Connolly Motor Group has acquired Hyundai Galway in a move that sees the group expand across the west of Ireland.
The chief executive of Toyota Ireland, Steve Tormey, commented this week on the Government’s Climate Action Plan. He also gave their view on other connected subjects such as the challenges that lay ahead and Toyota’s perspective on the most viable solutions towards a zero emissions motoring environment.
The chief executive of Toyota Ireland, Steve Tormey, commented to us this week on the Government’s climate action plan. He also gave his view on other connected subjects such as the challenges that lie ahead and Toyota’s perspective on the most viable solutions towards a zero emissions motoring environment.
A quarter of a century after its birth, demand is unabated for the Audi A4, now in its fifth generation.
Peugeot has recorded the strongest growth in the Irish new car market at 53 percent for the first six months of 2018, as demand for the range continues to soar.
While the Peugeot 3008 SUV scooped gold in both the Car of the Year and Mid-Size SUV categories, topping the poles as the “Best Car to Own”, in the latest Auto Express Driver Power survey, its little brother, the compact 2008 SUV, made headlines for itself.