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Audi global sales ring in a great New Year

Audi Ireland has announced sales of over 6,000 units in 2016, with their global sales since hitting 1,871,350 units, an increase of 3.8 percent on 2015. 2016 sales were up in all five of its largest individual markets, with Europe up 7.6 percent, North America up 5.3 percent and Asia-Pacific up 0.5 percent. Commenting on Ireland’s performance, Henning Dohrn, Managing Director of Audi Irela...
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Audi global sales ring in a great New Year

Citroen turns Blue Monday into Feel Good Monday

Citroen turns Blue Monday into Feel Good Monday
Monday January 16th has been coined “Blue Monday”, reportedly the most depressing day of the year. However, this year Citroën&nb...
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Volvo Cars puts people first in the development of autonomous cars

Volvo Cars puts people first in the development of autonomous cars
Volvo Cars have revealed their unique approach to developing autonomous cars by introducing a family of four at the Detroit Motor Show. The Hain fami...
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Audi deliver Q8 concept and A5 Cabrio in Motown

Audi deliver Q8 concept and A5 Cabrio in Motown
The first Motor Show of 2017, the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit provides an aperitif for the coming year and then some.&nb...
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Volvo S90 gets Dublin mayoral approval

Volvo S90 gets Dublin mayoral approval
Volvo’s new S90 has not just impressed yours truly, but has now been provided by Volvo Cars Ireland as the official Mayoral car of Dublin’...
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Audi Live lives

Audi Live lives
Due to the success of its launch in late 2016, Audi Live will be made available as part of the launch campaign for the all-new Audi A5. Original...
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GROUPE RENAULT ACKNOWLEDGES THE INFORMATION ACCORDING TO WHICH JUDICIAL INVESTIGATIONS WOULD BE STARTING IN THE "EMISSIONS" MATTER

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