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Ford has introduced ‘Smart Mirror’, a new system that looks exactly like a regular rear view mirror – but is actually a high-definition screen that clearly displays a panoramic view behind the van.
It is part of life that once something receives attention it’ll change. The online casino industry is no different. In the last year, Ireland has turned to them in droves. As they are, online casinos are an appealing product. Since the 1990s, when first started to appear as the internet started to become commercialised, as industries began to notice the perks of moving from their land-based forms to digital, online casinos’ main perk is their accessibility, their convenience.
Opel’s new Crossland has gone on sale in Ireland with prices starting from €22,395.
The cost of buying a 100 percent electric Nissan Leaf has fallen by up to €1,843 as a result of the Government budget.
Declan Kenny has joined the management team of Sheils Motor Group Galway as sales manager with responsibility for the Ford, Honda and MG franchises.
It may not go on sale here until early spring 2022, but Ford have revealed their new an all-electric E-Transit.
Ivors are the first and main dealer in the west of Ireland to introduce the fully electric Eco-Scooter, seen as the future in city commuting.
Ford’s new 5.0-tonne Transit derivative, which offers customers a van or chassis cab rated to 5,000kg GVM, is expected to arrive in Ireland from late November.
Toyota Ireland is launching the new Highlander, the first seven-seater self-charging hybrid electric SUV to Ireland. With pricing starting from €63,995, the Highlander will be in showrooms from January 2021 with orders open now.
Ford’s new 5.0-tonne Transit derivative, which offers customers a van or chassis cab rated to 5,000kg GVM, is expected to arrive in Ireland later this month.