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Honda tops major study on perceived quality

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When it comes to value, perception is reality. And a study of over 30,000 new car buyers has shown that Honda is perceived to deliver the highest quality vehicles for mainstream car buyers. The results are courtesy of ALG, a global leader in forecasting future automotive values, which announced the results of its 2014 Brand Perception of Quality (BPQ) study.

Honda tops major study on perceived quality

When it comes to value, perception is reality. And a study of more than 30,000 new car buyers has shown that Honda is perceived to deliver the highest quality vehicles for mainstream car buyers. The results are courtesy of ALG, a global leader in forecasting future automotive values, which announced the results of its 2014 Brand Perception of Quality study.

Elaborate Donedeal scam leaves Castlebar man out of pocket

A Clare based garda and a Castlebar meat factory worker were both taken in by an elaborate Donedeal.ie scam operated by a professional gang, which has featured on Crimeline.

Opel offers new cars for three day tests

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We all agree that to really experience a new car you need time behind the wheel - time to see how the car feels to drive, how it looks, if it is suited to your lifestyle, and time to make sure you have made the right decision.

Cost of motoring still on the rise

The cost of running a family car in Ireland has risen by almost six per cent in the last 12 months, according to the AA's annual survey of motoring costs.

Motoring costs rise by 5.8 per cent in the last year

The cost of running a family car in Ireland has risen by 5.8 per cent in the last 12 months, according to the AA’s annual survey of motoring costs. It now costs €11,817 to run a small family car in the B and C tax category (typical engine size of 1251 - 1500cc) for a year; up by €646 on the figure for 2010.

Motoring costs rise by 5.8 per cent in the last year

The cost of running a family car in Ireland has risen by 5.8 per cent in the last 12 months, according to the AA's annual survey of motoring costs. It now costs €11,817 to run a small family car in the Band C tax category (typical engine size of 1251 – 1500cc) for a year; up by €646 on the figure for 2010.

Motorists warned not to ‘run on red’ with their tyres

As figures show a significant drop in both the new car market and tyre sales during 2008, Continental Tyres Ireland is urging motorists not to be tempted to push their tyres to the limit in today’s tougher economic environment.

Motorists warned not to ‘run on red’ with their tyres

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As figures show a significant drop in both the new car market and tyre sales during 2008, Continental Tyres Ireland is urging motorists not to be tempted to push their tyres to the limit in today’s tougher economic environment.

Motorists warned not to ‘run on red’ with their tyres

As figures show a significant drop in both the new car market and tyre sales during 2008, Continental Tyres Ireland is urging motorists not to be tempted to push their tyres to the limit in today’s tougher economic environment.

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