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Ann Carter collects tenth Renault from JJ Burke Renault

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Ann and Peter Carter from Killawalla, Westport, picked up the keys to their 10th Renault this week at JJ Burke Renault, a new 152 Renault Captur Signature finished in flame red. Ms Carter, who has been driving Renaults for numerous years, said: “I always like the Renaults, from their style and more importantly their comfort. I have been driving Renaults since 1994 and this will be my 10th one.  The Renault Captur is the perfect choice for me as I was looking for something with height which the Captur boasts, as well as style.”

New car and commercial sales up in April

Official statistics released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show new car registrations in April were up 21 per cent (9,471) on the same month last year.

Mayo car sales up thirty per cent in 2015

Car sales in Mayo are continuing to show strong growth, according to the latest Motor Industry Review by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry and Done Deal.

New car registrations up thirty-three per cent in March

New car registrations were up 33 per cent (19,046) last month compared to (14,297) March 2014, according to recent figures released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry.

New car registrations up 33 per cent in March

New car registrations were up 33 per cent (19,046) last month compared to (14,297) March 2015, according to figures released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) last week.

Great 2014 vehicle sales - confident for 2015

New car sales for 2014 (96,338 units) were 30 per cent up on 2013, according to figures released recently by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI).

Day one of 142 car sales exceeds first week of 132

Some 4,264 new cars were registered on July 1, the first day of the new 142 registration plate.

Day one of 142 car sales exceeds first week of 132

Some 4,264 new cars were registered on July 1, the first day of the new 142 registration plate.

Ford's flying start with 132 new car registrations

Ford got off to a flying start with new ‘132’ plate car registrations, the first ever mid-year number-plate change. The first 10 day figures released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that Ford is the leading brand in the ‘132’ July car market with 1,042 registrations, ahead of Hyundai and VW (637 and 604 respectively).

17 per cent drop in new car registrations

According to figures released by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry through their statistics website www.beepbeep.ie/stats new car registrations in Mayo are down by 17.6 per cent on the same time period last year. Overall nationally the new car sales figures were down 14 per cent on the same time last year.

 

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