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International Engine of the year Award Winners 2017

The International Engine of the Year Awards, now in their nineteenth year and covering eitght classes, were recently held in Stuttgart. Engines are judged on characteristics that include performance, noise, driveability, fuel economy and smoothness. To qualify for inclusion, an engine must have appeared in a passenger car that was on sale in more than one country as of June 2017. Under 1-lit...
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International Engine of the year Award Winners 2017

Irish abroad are Europe’s most prolific car renters

Irish abroad are Europe’s most prolific car renters
 Irish holidaymakers are much more likely to rent a car during the summer holiday season than their European counterparts, according to research ...
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Another Strong July for Motor Industry but Brexit still impacting

Another Strong July for Motor Industry but Brexit still impacting
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today issued the Q2 Motor Industry Review of 2017 in association with DoneDeal, along with the SIMI off...
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Fiat celebrate their 500’s sixtieth

Fiat celebrate their 500’s sixtieth
To celebrate the 60th birthday of their Fiat 500 a new special series, the Fiat 500 Anniversario, is now available to order with prices starting at pr...
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New Renault Koleos rises to the D-segment challenge

New Renault Koleos rises to the D-segment challenge
Last Word First Renault’s original Koleos had great intentions, but never really hit the spot with Irish drivers and was discontinued in 2010. ...
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New SEAT Arona is A0(k)

New SEAT Arona is A0(k)
The all-new SEAT Arona will make its public debut at the Frankfurt International Motorshow in September and will arrive in Irish shores this November....
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Mercedes Benz Commercials - Celebrating 50 years in Ireland

Mercedes Benz Commercials - Celebrating 50 years in Ireland
Mercedes-Benz is this year celebrating the 50th anniversary of the launch, in 1967 of their heavy commercial vehicles in Ireland. Described by the ch...
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