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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.
Dacia is no stranger to revolution and their latest wonder is the compact Dacia Spring Electric which offers a 140-mile range (WLTP), but alas, there are no plans for it to be sold in Ireland.
Ireland’s new motor tax system announced in the recent Budget will see new car buyers who opt for more sustainable vehicles, such as hybrid electrics and EVs, benefit with better value through lower VRT. Petrol and diesel cars with higher emissions will be more expensive.
January 2021 will see a new taxation system for new cars tested under WLTP (a new testing system), and The Society of the Irish Motor Industry says any increase in Vehicle Registration Tax would have dire consequences for the sector, which is already struggling in the context of both COVID-19 and Brexit.
The all-new, all-electric Enyaq SUV from Czech car manufacturer’ Skoda, is their first production model to be based on Volkswagen Group’s MEB modular electric car platform.
Toyota says that their fourth generation Yaris petrol is now available for purchase with prices starting at €19,695 with an update on the new Yaris self-charging hybrid electric to arrive in dealerships in late October.
The latest Used Car Sales statistics released by Car Data Experts MotorCheck.ie today, show that the used car market in Ireland has bounced back strongly from the slump caused by the COVID-19 lockdown measures.
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).
After a large increase of European registrations experienced in December 2019, volumes for January have decreased, marking another month of transition for the complex new car market.