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New car registrations marginally ahead

New vehicle registrations for June were down 22 per cent (2,154) when compared to the same month in 2021 (2,762), according to the Society of the Irish Motor Industry's official 221 new vehicle registration figures. Supply constraints are still a big issue with new cars, but this is expected to ease over the next six months.

Society of Irish Motor Industry release new vehicle registrations for June

The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), has released the official 221 new vehicle registration figures for June.

Electrifying Ireland’s vehicle fleet presents a ‘huge challenge’

A key environmental policy to have almost a million electric vehicles on Irish roads by 2030 will be a “huge challenge” unless the Government incentivises and supports dealing with the oldest polluting cars, while exponentially increasing the charging infrastructure nationwide.

How are electric vehicles doing in the Irish market?

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Vehicle History and data expert Cartell.ie has announced the results of an analysis on Electric Vehicle sales in the Irish market in the year to date.

How are electric vehicles doing in the Irish market?

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Vehicle History and data expert Cartell.ie has announced the results of an analysis on Electric Vehicle sales in the Irish market in the year to date.

How are electric vehicles performing in the Irish market?

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Vehicle History and data expert Cartell.ie has announced the results of an analysis on Electric Vehicle (EV) sales in the Irish market in the year-to-date.

How are electric vehicles doing in the Irish market?

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Vehicle history and data expert Cartell.ie has announced the results of an analysis on electric vehicle (EV) sales in the Irish market in the year-to-date.

Irish new car sales up 40.7pc in March

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New car registrations for March jumped 40.7 per cent to 12,935 when compared to 9,192 for the same month last year, new figures from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show. However, this is still 22 per cent behind that of pre-Covid (2019) levels.

Buying a used car is a badge of honour in challenging times

It may come as a bit of a surprise to see that new car sales grew strongly in March in light of the prevailing economic news and the rising cost of living. Look a little deeper, and the reality is that many of these cars will have been ordered some months back, with lengthy delays in new vehicle orders, created by a worldwide shortage of essential microchips, a continuing trend. The other fact to recognise is that March’s relative success still sees new sales remaining 22 percent behind pre-Covid levels in 2019.

Electrifying Ireland’s vehicle fleet a ‘huge challenge’

A key environmental policy to have almost a million electric vehicles on Irish roads by 2030 will be a “huge challenge” unless the Government incentivises and supports dealing with the oldest polluting cars, while increasing the charging infrastructure nationwide.

 

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