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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.
It comes as no surprise new car registrations for March were down by 63 per cent (6,174) when compared to March 2019 (16,687).
The member organisations of the Euroconsumers group have published the results of its annual survey on car reliability and customer satisfaction.
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.
Toyota is the winner when it comes to reducing the CO2 output from the top 10 car brands, according to data from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).
A second version of the Audi e-tron, the e-tron 50 quattro has been confirmed for series production and will launch in Ireland in early 2020.
Toyota Ireland is hosting a Hybrid Advantage event in local dealers Tony Burke Motors, Ballybrit, to display its range of driving self-driving hybrids, and a range of offers available for 201.
Official statistics released this week by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show the total new car registrations for the month of August are down 13.3 per cent (5,131) when compared with August 2018 (5,921).
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) issued the new vehicle registrations statistics for April.