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New Texaco outlet opens at Newtownmountkennedy

A new €4 million, Texaco-branded service station has been opened on the approach to Newtownmountkennedy village in Co. Wicklow. Set on a 8.5 acres site bordered by trees on all sides, the new outlet has been under construction since May

Looking ahead to the new Audi A8’s enhanced efficiency

  Audi has revealed that the new A8 will feature cutting-edge electrification technology and, for the first time, will feature an electrified powertrain as standard. The Audi A8, which is yet to make its world debut, is set to be

Study shows better resale value for Toyota hybrid compared to electric vehicles

Toyota Ireland has commissioned Cartell.ie to undertake a review of used car values of hybrid vehicles compared to electric vehicles in Ireland. The study was undertaken by noted Global Automotive Expert and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified

Drivers Urged to Slow Down and Save Lives Ahead of National Bike Week

The Road Safety Authority (RSA), in conjunction with a number of other bodies, is urging drivers to share the road safely with cyclists. Cyclist.ie, the Irish Cycling Advocacy Network, Department of Transport Tourism and Sport and An Garda Síochána are

Renault on the road with GAA legends

Renault Ireland will be on the road this summer for lively discussion on the football championship at select dealerships around the country. The panel will include Renault ambassadors, former Kerry footballer and five time All-Ireland medal holder Marc O’Sé, former

Kia introduces the Stonic – a compact crossover

  Kia’s new B-segment crossover will be named ‘Stonic’. A compact crossover, the Stonic is inspired by the form and function of larger Kia SUVs. A sweeping roofline and uniquely designed roof rack add a sporty look to the vehicle.

Dacia celebrates 5 years launched in Ireland

With over 14,000 cars registered since its launch in July 2012, Dacia has proved itself as a success story in the Irish motor industry.   From new kid on the block in 2012 to 3 per cent market share in

Over 60 per cent of motorists have seen cost of insurance increase

Over 64 per cent of motorists have seen their motor insurance premiums increase by at least 15 per cent year on year, according to a recent poll carried out by AA Ireland. 30 per cent of the over 3,000 respondents

70 per cent of motorists supportive of new drink driving proposals – AA Ireland

  Almost 70 per cent of motorists are supportive of the proposed changes to the Road Traffic (Fixed Penalty Drink Driving) Bill 2017, according to an AA survey. The survey, which was conducted in April 2017, found that 47.36 per

Fiat Chrysler unveils 172 offers on 500x models

According to Fiat Chrysler, Irish customers who order a new “172” 500X can enjoy a guaranteed scrappage bonus of up to €3,500 as part of their new pricing. As part of their new 172 plate offer in July, it says

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