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Toyota maintains position as country’s top selling brand

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After a strong start to the year, Toyota has maintained its position as Ireland’s best-selling car brand for the first quarter of 2021.

New car sales improve but registrations fall calendar year to date

New car registrations for February were up 5.30 percent (13,834) when compared to February 2020 (13,138), while registrations for the year to date are still down 11 percent (38,986) on the same period last year (43,788).

New car sales improve but still down for the year

New car registrations for February were up 5.30 per cent (13,834) when compared to February 2020 (13,138), but registrations for the year to date are still down 11 per cent (38,986) on the same period last year (43,788).

Toyota hybrid sales achieve all time high market share

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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.

New car registrations drop sizeable percentage in January

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The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) has released the official 211 new vehicle registration figures for January.

Toyota hybrids take the lead

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Toyota has taken the lead as Ireland’s best-selling car brand with a 15 per cent market share in January 2021.

Total new car registrations suffer a substantial percentage decline in 2020

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Total new car registrations for 2020 finished at 88,324, a 25 percent decrease on 2019 (117,109).

New car sales down twenty-five per cent in 2020

Total new car registrations for 2020 finished at 88,324, a 25 per cent decrease on 2019 (117,109).

Motor industry seeks reduction in Vehicle Registration Tax

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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.

Tony Burke Motors delivers new finance offers for 202

Toyota has announced a range of new offers available for 202 to get the motoring industry back up and running after a challenging two months due to Covid-19.

 

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