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28th September 2022
BUDGET 2023 NO VRT INCREASE AND CONTINUATION OF ELECTRIC VEHICLE GRANT
Budget implications for the Motor Industry Budget 2023, announced this afternoon by Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe, and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Michael McGrath contains some measures specific to motoring: VRT
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06th September 2022
Budget 2023: SIMI calls for extension of Electric Vehicle supports
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 222 new vehicle registration figures for August and are calling on the Government to extend EV supports in the forthcoming Budget. New car registrations for August were up 36.7% (8,157) when compared to August 2021 (5,966). Registrations year to date are down 1.2% (95,183) on the same period last year (96,296) and are 14% behind (110,527) that of pre-Covid levels.
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17th August 2022
Kia Ireland Appoint New Head of Marketing
Congratulations and welcome to Cathal Kealey, Kia Ireland’s new Head of Marketing and PR. Cathal replaces Aidan Doyle, who retires from the role in early October next. Cathal joins the well-oiled KIA Ireland machine, bringing with him the extensive experienced gained in Product and Marketing Communications from management roles in VW, Skoda and most latterly as Head of Marketing with Citroen Ireland.
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03rd August 2022
Disappointing July New Car Registrations down 17.3%: Incentivisation key, Electric Vehicle supports must be retained
21,902 new cars registrations for July compared to 26,477 in July 2021 (-17.3%) and 24,681 in July 2019 (-11.3%) pre-Covid levels. • 87,075 new cars registered year to date compared to 90,330 for the same period in 2021 (-3.6%) and 105,439 behind that of pre-Covid levels in 2019 (-17.4%).
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05th July 2022
222 Registration Begins: New car registrations marginally ahead first half of the year
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 221 new vehicle registration figures for June. New car registrations for June were down 22% (2,154) when compared to June 2021 (2,762). Registrations year to date are up 2.1% (65,176) on the same period last year (63,853) and are 19.3% behind (80,758) that of pre-Covid levels.
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23rd June 2022
Citroen C5 Aircross - Comfort cruising in 222
Citroën have just announced full details of their facelifted C5 Aircross SUV which offers a newly designed front end, designed rear taillights, new interior seating and will be available with a choice of petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid versions. The first models are set to arrive in Ireland next month for the 222-registration period.
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01st June 2022
May 10% decline new car registrations, Electric cars double growth year to date
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 221 new vehicle registration figures for May. New car registrations for May were down 10.3% (5,303) when compared to May 2021 (5,914). Registrations year to date are up 3.2% (63,045) on the same period last year (61,091) and are -20.5% behind (79,350) that of pre-Covid levels.
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24th May 2022
MOTOR INDUSTRY APPOINTS NEW SIMI PRESIDENT ANTONIA HENDRON
Antonia Hendron, Managing Director of M50 Truck & Van Centre, Dublin was elected President of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) at the organisation’s AGM held today in Killashee Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare. Speaking at the event, Antonia Hendron President of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry commented that she was looking forward to her term as President and outlined a number of clear priorities. “Firstly, I want to help position the motor industry as a leader and enabler of the green transition. We are a dynamic and innovative industry, and if policy makers and legislators are prepared to work with us, we will help them achieve Ireland’s ambitious climate targets.”
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17th May 2022
71% of Women would recommend a career in the Motor Industry: Change in cultural perception of the automotive industry overall, flexible working environment and opportunities still needed!
A new survey carried out by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) found that 71% of respondents would recommend a career in the Industry to others. The survey of 140 women from across the industry was carried out as part of SIMI’s on-going drive to encourage more women to join what has traditionally been viewed as a male-dominated sector and coincided with the 7th Annual Women@SIMI event in conjunction with its sponsor Bank of Ireland. The event, which took place recently at the Gibson Hotel, Dublin, featured an impressive panel of guest speakers: Anne Cassin, Master of Ceremonies, Lucy Gaffney, current Director of Digicel Group and Sharon Keegan, founder of female-led athleisure wear company Peachy Lean.
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04th May 2022
New Car Registrations lag behind that of Pre-COVID levels
New Car Registrations lag behind that of Pre-COVID levels • April Electric Vehicle Registrations over double same month last year The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 221 new vehicle registration figures for April. New car registrations for April were up 10.3% (7,886) when compared to April 2021 (7,147). Registrations year to date are up 4.7% (57,776) on the same period last year (55,177) and are 20.9% behind (73,030) that of pre-Covid levels.
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11th April 2022
Double Celebrations at the SIMI Annual Awards
The SIMI Irish Motor Industry Awards in partnership with sponsor Bank of Ireland, took place recently at the Clayton Hotel in Dublin. Oliver Callan, Master of ceremonies announced the accolades in front of over 500 senior Motor Industry figures. Brian Cooke, SIMI Director General and Derek McDermott, Managing Director of Bank of Ireland Finance presented seven award categories in total. The award winners, adjudicated by an independent panel, operate across all sectors of the Irish Motor Industry. Companies selected demonstrated an award-winning level of excellence and best practice over the last 12 months.
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01st April 2022
Over 10,000 New Electric Vehicles Registered in Q1 2022
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 221 new vehicle registration figures for March. New car registrations for March were up 40.7% (12,935) when compared to March 2021 (9,192). Registrations year to date are up 4% (49,928) on the same period last year (48,030). Light Commercials vehicles (LCV) are down 32.2% (2,032) compared to March last year (2,998) and year to date are down 17.3% (9,372). HGV (Heavy Goods Vehicle) registrations are down 25.9% (249) in comparison to March 2021 (336). Year to date HGV's are down 8.4% (823). Used car imports for March (3,793) have seen a decrease of 35.1% on March 2021 (5,840). Year to date imports are down 36.8% (11,641) on 2021 (18,419). For the month of March 1,930 new electric vehicles were registered compared to 1,034 in March 2021. So far this year 6,244 new electric cars have been registered in comparison to 2,816 on the same period 2021. Electric Vehicle and Plug-in Hybrids and Hybrids continue to increase their market share, with a combined market share now of 44.63%. Despite a large decrease in market share for internal combustion engine type vehicles, petrol remains dominant 27.4%, with Diesel accounting for 25.83%, Hybrid 24.56%, Electric 12.51% and Plug-in Electric Hybrid 7.56%.
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22nd March 2022
McCoy Motors awarded SEAT retailer of the Year 2021
A landmark in West Dublin for all travelling via Lucan, McCoy Motors has been named SEAT Ireland’s Retailer of the Year for 2021. Founded in 1981, this family-owned, independent SEAT & CUPRA retailer has been a cornerstone of SEAT’s success in Ireland over the past nine years and was a top performer in 2021, ranking number one on several key metrics measuring performance across the business.
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21st March 2022
Nine new stars added to Solve Logistics fleet
Nine new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans, each one fitted with Monread box bodies have joined the fleet of Dublin-based distribution specialists Solve Logistics. Supplied by Mercedes-Benz main dealer, Somers Commercials of Camolin, the new units bring to 88 the number of vehicles now on the firm’s fleet, roughly half of which carry the Mercedes-Benz three-pointed star.
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21st March 2022
Rochford Motors brings Opel to Ballyhaunis
Ireland‘s Opel Dealer Network has been expanded with the appointment by Leeson Motors, Opel Importer in Ireland, of Rochford Motors in Ballyhaunis, County Mayo. Established in 1981, by the late Billy Rochford and now under the drive and guidance of his son Billy and his experienced 14-strong team, Rochford Motors has built a loyal customer base in those forty years.
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16th March 2022
Pony up in silence, it’s the Mustang Mach-E
The terms ‘icon’ and ‘legend’ are often flung around like a politician’s promises, the sincerity and accuracy at variance from the reality. Mention the word ‘Mustang’ and most will be transported to the streets of San Francisco, or any number of other films where the level of being cool is elevated hugely by the presence of a galloping horse, affixed to a growling and somewhat V8.
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03rd March 2022
New Megane E-Tech attains Euro NCAP 5-Star rating
Due on our forecourts in the coming weeks, the new Renault Mégane E-Tech Electric has today been awarded the maximum 5-star safety rating from Euro NCAP. The Megane E-Tech scored 85 per cent for adult occupant protection, 88 per cent on child occupation protection, 65 per cent for vulnerable road users and 79 per cent for safety assist.
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02nd March 2022
Electric car sales double in February despite 12% decline in new car registrations
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 221 new vehicle registration figures for February. New car registrations for February were down 12.2% (12,031) when compared to February 2021 (13,698). Registrations year to date are down 4.6% (37,058) on the same period last year (38,838). Light Commercials vehicles (LCV) are down 30.9% (2,292) compared to February last year (3,316) and year to date are 12.0% (7,341). HGV (Heavy Goods Vehicle) registrations are up 7.56% (242) in comparison to February 2021 (225). Year to date HGV's are up slightly 2.14% (574).
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21st February 2022
Michelin’s new Primacy 4+ - a tyre for the many
The premium fleet car market, that now includes Electric Vehicles, Compact Cars and Saloons, plus Compact and Medium-size SUVs, has now been given a new choice of footwear with Michelin’s introduction of their Primacy 4+, replacing the previous generation Primacy 4 launched in 2018. This Michelin Primacy 4+ will be available in 82 dimensions from 16-19 inches diameter by March, reaching 121 dimensions from 16 to 21 inches diameter by the end of 2022.
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21st February 2022
New Mercedes-Benz CLS – Street Treat for the Eyes
The street and driveway appeal of the latest ‘refashioned’ Mercedes-Benz CLS is undeniable, this four-door coupe magnetising your eyes from first glance. Available now, this 2022 CLS comes with a choice of two petrol, three diesel and one mid hybrid, the introductory CLS 220d AMG design priced from €83,090. Sitting on the E-Class platform, the CLS cannot hide its sporty intent, with a sleeker profile than its brother saloon, the front wearing a new grill, new air intakes and bumpers, with silver-chrome exterior trim elements. It also stands on new twin and multi-spoke light-alloys, with the choice of an additional metallic paint colour.
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21st February 2022
Independent Report Highlights the Huge Challenge Towards the Decarbonisation if Irelands Vehicle Fleet!
A key environmental policy to have almost a million electric vehicles (EVs) on the road by 2030 will be a huge challenge unless the Government incentivises and supports dealing with the oldest polluting cars, while exponentially increasing the charging infrastructure nationwide, according to a new report released today by Arup and economist Jim Power on reducing light fleet carbon emissions to achieve Government targets. The independent report which was commissioned for The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) stated that in order to deal with this older legacy fleet, help will be required for those with the least economic capacity to make the biggest change. This requires more investment, not just at the top end of the market, to remain fair and equitable if Ireland is to provide all commuters with viable transport options.
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18th February 2022
KIA’s EV6 adds to its trophy cabinet
Organised and judged by the Irish Motoring Writers Association (IMWA) and Association of Professional Motoring Press (APMP), a grouping of Irish motoring journalists, drawn from all over Ireland, the Group Category Winners and overall winner of the prestigious Continental Tyres Irish Car & Continental Tyres Irish Van of the Year Awards, were announced on Friday 11th February.
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17th February 2022
Double delight for Opel at Continental Tyres Irish Car & Van of the Year Awards
Irish motoring journalists from print, online and broadcasting cast their votes on category winners in the 2022 Continental Tyres Irish Car of the Year national awards, the results announced last Friday, 11th February, at a special event, held at Aviva Stadium in Dublin.
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16th February 2022
KIA’s EV6 wins National Award – Continental Tyres Irish Car of the Year 2022
Irish Motoring journalists from print, online and broadcasting hosted the Continental Tyres Irish Car of the Year Awards for 2022. The was attended by Ireland’s leading car brands, importers and distributors, with the KIA EV6 named as the overall winner of this prestigious national award. This is the second time that an electric vehicle has taken the award, as Kia also won the 2020 Irish Car of the Year title with the all-electric Kia e-Soul.
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01st February 2022
Over 25,000 New Cars Registered in January, Significant Growth for Electric and Hybrid Vehicles
Over 25,000 New Cars Registered in January, significant growth for electric and hybrid vehicles The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 221 new vehicle registration figures for January. New cars registrations for the month of January are down slightly -0.2% (25,093) when compared to January 2021 (25,140). Light Commercial vehicles (LCV) are up slightly 0.7% (5,055) compared to January last year (5,022). HGV (Heavy Goods Vehicle) registrations are also showing a small decrease of 1.5% (332) in comparison to January 2021 (337).
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04th January 2022
2021 New Car Registrations Up 19%
2021 New Car Registrations Up 19% 104,932 new cars registered in 2021 compared to 88,325 for the same period in 2020 (+18.8%) and 117,109 in 2019 (-10.40%). 8,646 new electric cars registered in 2021 comparison to 4,013 on the same period 2020 (+115.4%) and 3,444 in 2019 (+151.0%).
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01st December 2021
November New Car Registrations up 24%: EV supports vital to create a viable used car market
November New Car Registrations up 24%: EV supports vital to create a viable used car market Recent and sudden removal of the PHEV Grant sends a bad signal to motorists and the Industry.
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05th November 2021
Irish Motor Industry and Government share responsibility towards Climate Action Targets
The Climate Action Plan 2021 announced yesterday by Government, outlines a range of Industry specific emissions reduction targets for each sector of the economy. Transport’s core focus is towards accelerating the electrification of road transport and a shift to transport modes with lower energy consumption.
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01st November 2021
October New Car Registrations up 15%: Decarbonise national fleet, Industry and Government must work together to give consumers real choice
2,646 new cars registrations for October compared to 2,296 in October 2020 (+15.2%) and 2,179 in October 2019 (+21.4%). 103,253 new cars registered year to date compared to 86,811 for the same period in 2020 (+18.9%) and 116,124 in 2019 (-11.1%). 522 new electric vehicles registered in October compared to 254 in October 2020 (+105.5%). 8,342 new electric cars registered year to date in comparison to 3,867 on the same period 2020 (+115.7%).
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19th October 2021
MOTOR INDUSTRY APPALLED AT ILLOGICAL DECISION TO WITHDRAW KEY ENVIRONMENTAL INCENTIVE
Government announces removal of incentive from customers who have pre-ordered low emitting Plug-In Hybrid vehicles for 2022. This gives no notice for the Retailers, Manufacturers and Finance companies that have contracts for these vehicles and undermines the aim of reducing emissions from the national car fleet The Government’s announcement yesterday of the removal of a key incentive to help consumers purchase a low emitting Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) is shocking and the timing of it is deplorable. For the second time in less than two weeks motor retailers need to contact customers who have already pre-ordered their car for January, advising that the Government has moved the goalposts again; last week it was increased VRT and this week it is the removal of the €2,500 PHEV grant. 7,658 PHEV Cars were sold year to date (18th October 2021) and the Industry is committed to over 11,000 PHEV units for 2022.
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12th October 2021
BUDGET 2022 MOTOR INDUSTRY MIXED REACTION
BUDGET 2022 MOTOR INDUSTRY MIXED REACTION
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31st October 2018
Ford Focus 191 Price Promotion
As part of Ford Ireland’s 191 new registration promotion, Ford has announced revised prices for the All-New Ford Focus which arrived in Ireland in September.
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31st October 2018
FUSO eCanter Irish Debut
The world’s first all-electric light truck in series production the FUSO eCanter was revealed to Irish customers recently. The event was attended by Minister Denis Naughten who took a test drive in the electric eCanter.
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30th October 2018
Subaru to sponsor Flying Fifteen World Championships 2019
Subaru have been announced as the main sponsor and vehicle partner of the Flying Fifteen World Championships 2019 to be held 2nd – 13th September next year at The National Yacht Club, Dun Laoghaire and Dublin Bay.
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30th October 2018
De Niro fronts launch of Kia e-Niro at Paris Motor Show
Kia’s first fully-electric crossover utility vehicle, the e-Niro was revealed in European specification at the 2018 Paris Motor Show, the launch fronted by Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro.
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23rd October 2018
New Ford Transit Custom
Ford’s new one-tonne Transit Custom commercial hopes to build on the success of the outgoing model, which became the top-selling van in its segment across Europe since 2015.
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23rd October 2018
2019 Ford Wagon Mondeo Hybrid
Ford’s Mondeo Hybrid petrol-electric vehicle range 2019 will include the introduction of the Mondeo Hybrid wagon variant. Ford will release full specification and pricing for the enhanced Mondeo Hybrid range –closer to the model’s on-sale date.
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23rd October 2018
New BMW 3 Series Debuts in Paris Ahead of Irish Spring 2019 Launch
BMW New 3 Series Ready for Irish Launch in March 2019
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22nd October 2018
Mercedes Benz A-Class - Exuberance in the Stars
Buyers seeking an upmarket and stylish hatchback will be interested in the 2018 Mercedes-Benz A-Class
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07th September 2018
Opel Grandland X – a Name with game
Opel’s latest entry to the Sports Utility segment arrives with an immediate confidence in its talents. The Grandland X, while not a full-blown 4x4, enters a segment occupied by players with no illusions about their form and function.
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06th September 2018
Failte WLTP – Not so welcome – car prices set to rise
WLTP, World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure, will levy a definitive rating on every car based on its weight, trim level, wheel size, engine and other options. This will obviously create a variance between a model with cloth trim and steel wheels as against the same model with leather trim and larger alloys, producing fuel consumption and CO2 emission values according to the vehicles aerodynamics, weight and rolling resistance.
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23rd August 2018
Porter Ford - New Main Ford dealership for Sligo
Ford Ireland has announced the appointment of Porter Ford at Castlebaldwin, Co. Sligo, as a Main Ford Dealer. The company will offer the full range of Ford’s popular passenger and commercial vehicle range. At start up, the Dealership will provide employment for 12 persons.
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23rd August 2018
Ford Mustang accelerates through the 10 Million barrier
Ford is celebrating the production of its 10 millionth Mustang, now in its sixth generation and the world’s best-selling sports car three years straight.
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23rd August 2018
Ford GT – avert thine eyes – temptation beyond endurance is here
Prepare to sin. Guilt by association is a given and malicious intent is an accepted fact – welcome to Ford’s GT supercar, the all-new, carbon fibre, mid-mounted, rear-wheel drive, twin-turbo, 3.5 litre EcoBoost V6, with its 647bhp and 745Nm of torque, soon to be seen on a road near you.
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23rd August 2018
Audi Q8 – Premium coupe high-rise motoring
Audi’s new Q8, a four-door, five-seater luxury coupé with the practical versatility of a large SUV and tough enough via its permanent Quattro four-wheel drive, for off-road duty, is set to launch in the Irish market in the third quarter of 2018. The Audi Q8, which will feature S Line as standard and will be available to order from authorised Audi dealerships from late August 2018, with an OTRP of €103,050 for top of the range Audi Q8 3.0TDI 286HP.
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09th August 2018
BMW ready for September WLTP changes to vehicle emission testing
From September 2018, all cars must have been homologated under the new WLTP test cycle which is designed to better replicate real life driving conditions.
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07th August 2018
Toyota Ireland - Official Supplier of 2018 World Para Swimming Allianz European Championship
Toyota has handed over a seven-car fleet of cars to Team Ireland, ahead of the 2018 World Para Swimming Championships, and has been named as an Official Supplier to the event. Toyota is an Official Partner to Paralympics Ireland and to the 2020 and 2024 Irish Paralympic Teams and this supply of vehicles builds on that partnership.
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01st August 2018
182 Registrations only slightly down on July 2017
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today issued the official 182 new vehicle registration figures for July along with their second Quarterly Motor Industry Review of 2018.
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06th October 2022
Electric Vehicles power ahead as New Car Registrations catch up on last year
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