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What will Renault-Nissan’s new alliance change in Europe?

Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi have re-configured their alliance and here are some of the news points.

Toyota tops January car sales for third year running

Toyota has come out on top of the competitive January passenger car sales period in Ireland for the third year in a row. According to the latest figures from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry, Toyota sold 4,446 passenger

Skoda Enyaq Coupe lands on Irish shores

After a 12 month delay the Skoda Enyaq Coupe has now been launched in Ireland. It is said by Skoda to offer a possible driving range of up to 545km (WLTP) and is priced at €56,710 inclusive of a three-year

New hybrid Mercedes-Benz GLC arrives

The latest newcomer from Mercedes-Benz to arrive on the Irish market is the all-new GLC SUV. Said by Mercedes-Benz to be “the most dynamic model in their SUV family”, the new GLC will be available only as a hybrid: as

January proves record month for EV sales

New electric car registrations in Ireland reached their highest month on record with 3,682 registered in January 2023, according to the latest figures released today by Society of the Irish Motor Industry.

Road traffic laws in the UK – You think you know them?

A press release from UK website choosemycar.com about some of the new road traffic laws due to come in there has made for interesting reading.

4x4s are here to stay despite milder winters, say Skoda

Skoda positioned itself as the 4×4 brand of choice back in 2010 during the so-called ‘big freeze’, when Ireland recorded the coldest winter in 130 years and the entire country was regularly engulfed in a thick blanket of snow. Following

Volkswagen ID. Buzz is What Car? 2023 Car of the Year

Following on from its Continental Tyres Irish Car of the Year 2023 award, the Volkswagen ID. Buzz has now been crowned ‘Car of the Year’ and category winner for ‘Large Electric Car of the Year’ at the 2023 What Car?

Almost 3,000 catalytic converters stolen since 2020

Almost 3,000 catalytic converters were reported stolen throughout Ireland in a three-year period from 2020-2022.

1.8-litre Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid SUV on the way

Toyota Ireland is following the successful launch of the Corolla Cross 2.0-litre hybrid electric with the addition of a new 1.8-litre hybrid version.