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Skoda tells us it will be introducing a new engine line-up just in time for the new 152 registration period.
Peugeot’s hard-working Partner, Expert, and Boxer vans have been designed to meet the needs of business users who have high demands in terms of quality, durability, strength, and load volume. With affordable quality a top priority, the van range comes with a three-year manufacturer warranty and is now available with a 5.9 per cent APR finance rate, meaning a new Peugeot van could cost as little as €135 per month.
Citroen’s award winning Grand C4 Picasso topped the MPV sales charts as Ireland’s top selling seven-seater family car in 2014.
Skoda tells us that it has achieved record sales in Ireland with 6,310 vehicles delivered to Irish customers in 2014. That’s an increase of 27 per cent on the same period last year with 4,950 vehicle deliveries. The previous record set for Skoda in Ireland was in 2007 with 6,280 vehicles registered.
Skoda Ireland has announced an exclusive special finance offer for IFA members whereby it will contribute €1,000 towards a finance deposit on any of its new models using Skoda finance.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Ireland has a host of new offers for 2014, as well as the announcement of new, more specialised commercial vehicle centres.
Volkswagen tells us that it has introduced a zero per cent finance offer across its range of passenger cars for a limited period.
Audi Ireland has announced price and order information for the all new A3, which will be launched here in early to mid-September, with the order book opening in July writes Padraic Deane.
Skoda Ireland is out of the traps early with details of their latest finance packages and incentives for 2012, which include a compelling free satellite navigation system with all Skoda Yeti, Octavia and Superb models.
Fiat, in conjunction with Permanent TSB, has announced details of its new finance offer which requires zero deposit on all key Fiat models that are purchased under the Government Scrappage Scheme.