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Renault car scrappage scheme is back for June!

Almost a year after the Government scrapped Scrappage, Renault is back with a new scrappage deal for the month of June, writes Padraic Deane.

Toyota Verso-S wins the space race

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Toyota Ireland has launched its new small MPV in Ireland with an entry level price of €16,995.

Budget 2011 will add to the problems of property investors

Budget 2011 is unique as the framework and some of the planned changes were detailed in the Four Year Plan which was published two weeks ago. The financial adjustment was set at €6b with €4b coming from expenditure cuts and €2b coming from increased taxation. The precise details of the tax changes had to remain until the Budget was published but given the size of the financial adjustment all sectors of society had much to fear when the Minister stood up in the Dail to introduce his budget.

Car scrappage scheme extended in Budget

The extension of the scrappage scheme for the first six months of next year will be widely welcomed by the motor industry

Galway accounts for six per cent of car scrappage scheme

Nearly 800 cars have been registered in Galway since January by buyers who availed of the government scrappage scheme, writes Padraic Deane.

Renault launches new van scrappage scheme

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Announcing what it describes as yet another first in the Irish motor industry, Renault Ireland has just launched its new van scrappage scheme. A Renault spokesman told the Advertiser that this gives van owners the opportunity to scrap their five years or older van and purchase one of Europe’s number one best selling van range.

Extension called for scrappage scheme

An extension of the car scrappage scheme is absolutely essential for the continued recovery of the car industry in Ireland, according to Mayo Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony. Speaking after the announcement that nearly as many cars have been sold to date this year as in all of 2009, Deputy O’Mahony said that for the trend to continue into next year, the Government must extend the scheme when it announces its Budget in December.

Ford leads the rising market, but Toyota powers on

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The rise in new car sales accelerated last month, as registrations grew by 38 per cent over February 2009. And the the jump in sales of vans was even more pronounced, at 72 per cent. Even with a couple of big fleet deals by two marques, this is a remarkable sales performance for vans and light commercials.

Ford leads the rising market, but Toyota powers on

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The rise in new car sales accelerated last month, as registrations grew by 38 per cent over February 2009. And the the jump in sales of vans was even more pronounced, at 72 per cent. Even with a couple of big fleet deals by two marques, this is a remarkable sales performance for vans and light commercials.

Casey’s closes with the loss of up to 70 jobs

The harsh reality of the current economic climate was played out in public last Monday night in Castlebar as a number of car transporter trucks rolled into Casey’s Castlebar to load up cars to be taken away by creditors of the now-closed car dealership. Earlier that evening staff had been informed of the closure of the business following the decision by creditors to seek the High Court appointment of a provisional liquidator for the business, which had premises in Ballina and Castlebar as well as a car rental business at Ireland Airport West Knock.

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