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18th September 2019
New Mercedes-Benz Actros brings the outside in
Big, imposing, formidable – the adjectives could almost fill the trailer unit on a current heavy Goods Vehicle, (HGV), truck or Artic. Grossing some 40tonnes, they are the lifeblood of both our commercial intent and our private demands – everything in our homes, shops and offices arrives courtesy of one of these behemoths, a fact often forgotten by those ignorant of the fact. New to our highways and byways is the Mercedes-Benz Actros and akin to all modern day heavy-haulers, it is packed with technology to inform and assist the driver on their mega-mileage journeys. It would be all too easy to assume that these road warriors are old-fashioned and unrefined, this latest Actros blowing that notion to the stratosphere, its offerings on a par and in some aspects beyond anything available to those driving less elevated machinery.
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18th September 2019
New Windsor Motors Renault & Dacia at J5, M50
You can’t miss it – Windsor Motors dealership on the city-bound exit off Junction 5 M50, where the full Renault Group ranges will be on display. Customers can ogle the latest models from the Renault and Dacia car and van ranges as well as a huge choice of quality used models in a separate Renault Selection zone. The new showroom, both interior and exterior, is complete with the Renault Store corporate identity, and is the final piece in Renault’s North Dublin development.
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18th September 2019
Better Chats on Late Late with Renault Clio
The new season of The Late Late Show on RTÉ One has accelerated away from the traffic lights, summer now in our mirrors and shorter days/darker evenings around the corner. Whether it’s comforting your daughter over yet another heartbreak or trying to persuade your other half that you really do like your in-laws, Renault knows that the car is the place where some of the more awkward family chats happen. That’s why Renault has created “Better Chats” as part of its sponsorship of The Late Late Show on RTÉ One.
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18th September 2019
Summer 2020 Set for VW’s ID.3 Failte
Sporting the new VW logo, the first VW to do so, the new ID.3 is the first model of a completely new generation of pure electric vehicles – featuring zero local emissions, outstanding efficiency, and full connectivity. The car in Ireland will cost under €30,000 for the entry-level 45 kWh car with 330km range, after government grants, which will come here at the end of 2020.
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18th September 2019
Land Rover’s All New Defender Debuts at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Land Rover’s much awaited new Defender 4x4 has made its first appearance at the Frankfurt Motor Show. It promises to be the most capable and durable Land Rover ever made and completes the Land Rover dynasty, joining the luxury and refinement of the Range Rover family and the Discovery SUVs.
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18th September 2019
New Audi RS7 takes the Stage at Frankfurt
Lordy, Lordy – temptation beyond endurance has just been feasted upon anyone with a hint of octane in their bloodstream, with the launch of Audis new RS7 Sportback at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
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18th September 2019
Peugeot Plough on with their New 208
When over 300,000 folk congregate to one area, it makes it an ideal venue to showcase your offering. Being a veteran of many of these annual happenings, Gowan Distributors Limited, Peugeot Importer in Ireland, will host a preview of the new 208 hatchback at the National Ploughing Championships, being held on 17th to 19th September at Fenagh, Co. Carlow.
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18th September 2019
Renault Group Ireland offer Commercial Dacia Duster and Electric ZOE
Renault Group Ireland is introducing commercial versions of the All-New Dacia Duster and the electric Renault ZOE to its line-up. Available to order now, these are locally converted vehicles, with the conversions arranged by Renault and Dacia dealers on behalf of customers
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17th September 2019
SEAT Electrify Frankfurt
A lot happens at the Frankfurt Motor Show, where every manufacturer unveils its future treasures. SEAT’s electric offensive was prominent, their el-Born, the SEAT brand's first fully electric model, and the CUPRA Tavascan concept car, CUPRA’s first fully electric vehicle, were joined by the new SEAT Tarraco FR PHEV, the brand's first plug-in hybrid electric SUV, and is the third electric model of the five that the company announced it would launch by 2021.
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17th September 2019
Opel Debut Four at Frankfurt
This year's IAA Frankfurt International Motor Show is where Opel have debuted the new Opel Corsa, the Grandland X Hybrid and the new Opel Astra. Launch dates and approximate prices for these new models have been announced by Opel Ireland.
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16th September 2019
Women@SIMI Grab Opportunities with Both Hands
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) hosted its 6thannual Women@SIMI event in conjunction with its sponsor Bank of Ireland, recently in the Clayton Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. The event had its largest attendance to date with over 160 professional women from a variety of different sectors within the Motor Industry in Ireland.
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10th September 2019
Lexus Launches "Lexus Select" Used Car Programme
Lexus Ireland has announced the launch of its new used car programme, Lexus Select designed to give customers greater benefits and peace of mind when purchasing a used Lexus vehicle. It is run through participating Lexus Retailers.
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05th September 2019
Head-first and Sliding for Ireland
Suit fastened, gloves on, helmet secure and every thought in his head is now focused to the exclusion of all else. Crouched down to the right side of his sled, his left hand on his high-tech skeleton’s grip, he rocks forward and backwards, the pin-sharp spikes of his bespoke runners biting into the ice underfoot – he has fifty metres to sprint prior to flinging himself onto his sled.
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04th September 2019
2019 Nissan Juke Compact Crossover Arrives
Ten years on from it first sashayed onto our roads, the angular Nissan Juke B-segment, compact crossover is now ready to woo their existing audience once more and attract a whole new audience. The all-new Nissan JUKE will continue to be produced at Nissan’s manufacturing plant in Sunderland, U.K. The first customer deliveries will take place at the end of November in European markets.
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03rd September 2019
Michelin Tyres - Providing Security in an Unsecure World!
Getting to the scene of an emergency, whether that be a personal trauma for an individual or an incident that requires an all hands-on-deck response, is the everyday demand of our Emergency Services. They must get to the scene, where they bring control to an out-of-control situation, effectively putting the toothpaste back in the tube.
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03rd September 2019
Nissan Announced as the New Official Vehicle Partner of the FAI
Nissan Ireland has agreed to supply 55 vehicles from its range to the Football Association of Ireland. The total value of the vehicles is €1.5 million and the partnership agreement will run for the next three years
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02nd September 2019
Another month of declining new car sales: Motor Industry calls on Government for no tax increases on new cars
Official statistics released today by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that the total new car registrations for the month of August are down 13.3% (5,131) when compared with August 2018 (5,921). New car registrations year to date are down 7.9% (110,572) on the same period last year (120,003).
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02nd September 2019
New CEO announced at Motor Distributors Limited
Motor Distributors Limited, importers and distributors of Mercedes-Benz passenger cars, light and heavy commercial vehicles, has just announced the appointment of Mr. Patrick Finnegan to the position of Chief Executive Officer.
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16th August 2019
SEAT Tarraco – Seven Seat Serenity
Our national love affair with crossovers and SUV’s shows no sign of ebbing, with almost every manufacturer offering to elevate your drive across every sales segment. Part of the Volkswagen Group, SEAT have access to the platforms, engines and latest technology, adding their Spanish flavour with great aplomb.
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16th August 2019
Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Dublin City Council Launch Mobility Hub Providing Electric Cars & E-Bikes to Council Employees
Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Dublin City Council (DCC) have launched a Mobility Hub pilot as part of the Smart Dublin initiative, in partnership with Enterprise Ireland’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Programme. Under the project, Enterprise Rent-A-Car will provide a shared electric car and e-bike service at the council’s Wood Quay offices, helping to reduce congestion, free up parking spaces and encourage Council employees to adopt healthier ways to commute.
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01st August 2019
SIMI Calls on Government to Address the Issue of Older UK Imports!
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today release their official new vehicle registration statistics, which show that the total new 192 car registrations for the month of July are down 8.4% (24,685) when compared with July 2018 (26,958). New car registrations year to date are down 8% (105,441) on the same period last year (114,082). New Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) registrations are up 8.4% (4,730) on July 2018 (4,363), however registrations year to date are down -4.5% (20,056). While New Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HGV) decreased 33.3% (250) in comparison to July 2018 (375) and year to date are up 5.5% (2,050) Imported Used Cars for July saw an increase of 16.0% (9,384) on the same month last year (8,093) and year to date imports are up 4.2% (62,505) ahead of 2018 (59,972). New electric vehicle registrations continue to grow month on month with a total of 2,689 EV cars registered so far this year.
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30th July 2019
2,000 Motor Industry jobs under threat if Government does not act!
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today issued their Quarterly Motor Industry Review Q2 of 2019 composed by Economist Jim Power. New Car Registrations H1 2019 are down 7.4% (80,712) Used car imports H1 2019 up 2.4% 2019 (53,119) 2020 Projections New Car Sales could decline by over 9% to 105,000 2020 Failure to adjust the VRT bands in Budget 2020 new car market could decline to 75,000
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10th July 2019
New Focus ST2 & 3 here in August
Arriving in Ireland in August, all-new Focus ST will be available in two series: ST-2 and ST-3, with a choice of petrol or diesel powertrains, in hatchback or wagon bodystyles. Priced from €39,595 (5-door 2.0 litre diesel 190PS), the ST-2 features: ST design 18” alloy wheels; front lower grille, high gloss black; front and rear parking sensors; FordPass Connect; gauges integrated in cluster 4.2” TFT coloured; partial leather Recaro Performance seats.
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05th July 2019
2020 Debut for New Opel Astra
Due to arrive at dealerships nationwide in January 2020, the new Opel Astra promises excellent aerodynamics, new lightweight design by some 200kgs, plus efficient new engines and transmissions, the new generation Opel Astra cutting the previous models CO2 emissions by up to 19 per cent. This latest Astra five-door and Sports Tourer will be powered by the latest, new generation of efficient and lightweight petrol and diesel engines, with the 1.2-1.5-litre three-cylinder power units producing 77kW (105hp) to 107kW (145hp).
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05th July 2019
Mercedes-Benz GLC – Another Star Lights the Trail for others to Follow
Only those with an avid interest in motor development will be aware of how rapid the range of Mercedes-Benz has both altered and been added to in the past six months. Those of us within motor journalism has been introduced to five new models in this time, the B-Class, A-Class Saloon, GLE, CLA and now the GLC, with seven more wholly new and face-lifted models yet to come before year-end – brilliant, and an unmistakable statement of their intent to spread the appeal of Mercedes-Benz to new customers from all age groups.
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05th July 2019
Gowan Group Acquire Opel Business in Ireland
The Gowan Group has acquired the Opel business in Ireland, which will mean Opel running its business in Ireland through the Gowan Group as the local independent import partner, a corresponding contract having been signed. Current Opel employees will remain employees of Opel Automobile Ireland Ltd. at the date of the completion of the transaction.
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04th July 2019
New Ford GT Mk II – For those with the Need
Ford and Multimatic revealed the Ford GT Mk II, a limited-edition, track-only at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Limited to just 45 vehicles, with a starting MSRP of $1.2 million, the GT Mk II joins the GT race car that won the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Ford GT supercar. Built in Markham, Ontario, the Mk II begins life at the main Ford GT plant before being transferred to a specialist facility at Multimatic Motorsports where it is crafted into the Ford GT Mk II.
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02nd July 2019
Mercedes-Benz Ireland lend vehicle support to Boardsport Ireland
Having had the experience of taking to the giggle-weeds in the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class and sample its prowess up hill and down dale, it’s no real surprise to see Mercedes-Benz Ireland place one of these competent country charmers at the disposal of outdoor pursuit experts like Boardsports Ireland. The commercial division of Mercedes-Benz Ireland have put an X-Class X220d pickup at the disposal of the organisation for the year ahead.
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02nd July 2019
Mercedes-Benz Ireland add a New Star to the BUMBLEance Service
The brainchild of Kerry couple Tony and Mary Heffernan and their Saoirse Foundation, BUMBLEance, the world’s first interactive children’s ambulance service has expanded its operations with the introduction of what is now its latest vehicle – a bespoke Mercedes-Benz Vito van. The BUMBLEance service was established in 2013 with the goal of creating an Ireland “where the fear and stress of an ambulance journey for a child no longer exists”. Since then, and with the support of Mercedes-Benz, the service has expanded considerably and today provides a range of supports for ill children.
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01st July 2019
New HQ for CUPRA Sets its Sights
CUPRA CEO Wayne Griffiths is a happy man. With their organisational structure in place, the appointment of its management team and increasing its staff by 50%, CUPRA has started building its new headquarters located next to the SEAT headquarters in Barcelona.
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01st July 2019
ŠKODA Octavia Soleil Ready to Shine
ŠKODA have been on the road since the late 1890’s, its heritage right there with the pioneers of motor motion. They’ve certainly come a long way since, their addition to the Volkswagen Group of vehicles in 2000, having been in joint partnership with them since 1991, accelerating their image and model production in equal measure. I was impressed with their Octavia, and while I was not around for the first one in 1959, it would be safe to say that my sitting into the 1996 model, it left a positive impression that has lasted since.
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01st July 2019
Quest unveils Volvo Car Ireland as official vehicle partner
Quest Adventure Series has unveiled Volvo Car Ireland as their official event vehicle partner across Quest events for 2019. Quest adventure races involve running, cycling and kayaking across various distances in remote, beautiful and challenging locations.
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01st July 2019
192 Registration begins: SIMI highlights danger of imposing higher taxes on Motorists
Official statistics released today by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that total new car registrations for the month of June are up 13% (1,410) when compared with June 2018 (1,248). New car registrations year to date are down 7.4% (80,712) on the same period last year (87,116). New Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) registrations are up 8.4% (752) on June 2018 (694), with registrations year to date down 7.6% (15,386). While New Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HGV) increased 72.68% (316) in comparison to June 2018 (183) and year to date are up 14.6% (1,797) Imported Used Cars for June saw a slight decrease -1.0% (8,060) on the same month last year (8,140) while year to date imports are 2.4% (53,120) ahead of 2018 (51,879). New electric vehicle registrations continue to grow month on month with a total of 1,954 EV cars registered so far this year, which surpasses the total number of EVs registered for the whole 2018 (1,233).
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01st July 2019
Ford’s Puma Returns – But not as we knew it!
A name revived, with memories of a terrier-like 1.7 litre petrol engine’d, three-door snarler, eager to bring you to forbidden territory, the alloy gear-knob cool in your hand, in complete variance to the heat of temptation endured on every journey. That was then.
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01st July 2019
Opel’s New 2019 Corsa – Small no Longer means Little
Opel has announced the sixth-generation the Corsa with combustion engines, just weeks after presenting the battery-electric version. It will arrive in showrooms in December.
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01st July 2019
Audi’s New Q7 – Prepare to Board Starship Enterprise
Due to glide onto our streets later this year, Audi’s premium SUV, the all-new and imposing Q7, promises space and grace aplenty, coming with Mild hybrid technology, the digital operating concept and the optional HD Matrix LED headlights including laser light among its highlights.
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01st July 2019
New KIA XCeed here in September
Kia’s new XCeed is a new urban crossover utility vehicle (CUV) that sits directly between the Ceed five-door hatchback and the Kia Sportage. It enters Europe’s second largest class, the C-segment, and seeks to be a sporty alternative to traditional SUVs, with a comfortable, assured ride, while providing a commanding view of the road ahead as is currently the choice for many Irish drivers.
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01st July 2019
SEAT Ireland's Top Tips for Carefree Summer Driving
Summer is finally here! Which means many of us will be making a trip to the seaside. If you are lucky enough to live by the ocean these trips might only take a few minutes, but road safety experts warn of the dangers of these short trips, especially due to driver complacency. SEAT has compiled some tips on what to avoid while driving over the summer.
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28th June 2019
Applegreen Drop Fuel Price by Four Percent
Applegreen plc, the Irish forecourt and convenience retailer, is dropping fuel prices at every Applegreen service station across the Republic of Ireland by 4 cent or more.
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28th June 2019
Nissan Ireland & Retro Drive-In Movies bring the Big Picture
Nissan has announced a new partnership with Retro Drive-In Movies which will bring its range of vehicles to the attention of thousands of drivers enjoying the popular big-screen events at a host of locations nationwide.
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27th June 2019
Let us Not Forget Post what Happened in 2009
The Motor Industry and the motorist is facing the greatest change in taxation since 2009. The Industry is haunted by the taxation changes in 2009, which undermined both new and used car sales by being too ambitious and seeking to implement change too quickly. Overnight car values plummeted, new car sales declined and the Industry feel off a cliff. That together with a recession resulted in the closure of 150 family businesses, 14,700 job lost and over €1bn in lost revenue for the Exchequer.
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21st June 2019
Toyota Ireland Chief comments on Government Climate Acton Plan
The chief executive of Toyota Ireland, Steve Tormey, provided has commentary on the Government’s Climate Action Plan; the challenges that lay ahead and Toyota’s perspective on the most viable solutions towards a zero-emissions motoring environment.
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18th June 2019
Climate Action Plan: Motor Industry Key Stakeholder
Commenting on the Government’s Climate Action plan, SIMI Director General Brian Cooke said “The Motor Industry continues to be supportive of the drive towards zero emissions transport. The Climate Action Plan is hugely ambitious and it is important that we get greater clarity on the detail of any proposals, both short term and long term.The Industry is a key stakeholder, as the provider of vehicles to this project, and in particular welcomes the State’s commitment to supporting the implementation of an extensive nationwide charging infrastructure that will support the roll-out of these vehicles. The Plan underlines the big growth in zero-emitting vehicles will happen from 2024 onward, and in that context, it is important that the State and the Industry start an engagement process now to consider policies that will support change both pre and post 2024.
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11th June 2019
New Year offers from Ford Ireland
As we motor into the new 192-registration year on July 1st, Ford Ireland have put together some enticements across their range.
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11th June 2019
New A6 All-Road about to come fourth
Due to go on sale here later this year and twenty years after it made its first appearance, Audi’s fourth generation Audi A6 Allroad quattro is about to strut its stuff. Powered by a 2.5 litre V6 TDi, the A6 Allroad comes as standard with, increased ground clearance of 139mm, (45mm higher than the A6 Estate, all-wheel drive, adaptive air suspension and towing capacity of up to 2.5 tons.
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11th June 2019
New Vehicle Registrations Up for May but Market Down Overall
Official statistics released today by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that total new car registrations for the month of May are up 4.7% (6,341) when compared with May 2018 (6,055). New car registrations year to date are down 7.6% (79,343) on the same period last year (85,868).
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17th May 2019
Motor Industry Appoints New SIMI President Gabriel Keane
Gabriel Keane, who is Managing Director and owner of Kia Liffey Valley, Dublin was elected President of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), at the organisation’s AGM held recently in Killashee Hotel, Naas, Co. Kildare. Speaking at SIMI’s AGM, Gabriel Keane commented that he has experienced the highs and lows of the industry. “Some great years and some terrible years. And unfortunately, 2019 will not go down in the annals as a great year. Over the last three years we have seen the new car market decline by nearly 25%. Obviously, Brexit was the main cause of this downturn and while we are by no means out of the woods on Brexit there is a feeling that a softer Brexit may become a reality. I do believe that if this happens, we will see growth in the new car market in 2020.”
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16th May 2019
Mazda’s 2019 All-New 3 Set for Mid-Year Debut
Mazda’s all-New Mazda3, is now in Mazda showrooms nationwide. This mid-sized offering form Japanese manufacturer Mazda must follow its previous incarnation with good build, tasty engines and great driving dynamics, this one of my favourite road companions. Prices will start at €26,295, the 2019 Mazda3 available in two body-types, Hatchback and Saloon, the latter arriving in June, with two engines initially, a 2.0 Petrol Skyactiv-G and the 1.8 Diesel Skyactiv-D. Later this year we get the 2.0 Petrol Skyactiv-X added to the range.
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01st May 2019
Mercedes-Benz A-Class Saloon – High Standard and Low Grace
The Mercedes-Benz new A-Class Saloon and its high-performance AMG A35 variant is now on Irish soil. At a time when the nations carparks are dripping with all manner of Crossover, mid-sizes SUV’s and their larger family members, the sight of this three-box addition to the A-Class range is a joy to the eyes.
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01st May 2019
April New Car Registrations Up 11% But Down 8.5% Year To Date
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today issued the new vehicle registrations statistics for April along with their Quarterly Motor Industry Review Q1 of 2019. New car registrations for the month of April were up 10.8% (8,923) when compared to April 2018 (8,053). While new cars registrations year to date remain 8.5% (73,044) down on the same period last year (79,813). 
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01st May 2019
Mercedes-Benz GLE – Now a Seven-Seat SUV
I have just parked up the fourth generation Mercedes-Benz GLE - yes, the replacement for the M-Class of old since 2015, and one word runs through my head – Substance. In the instance of this 2019 GLE, substance is that ingredient that includes outward appearance, interior offering, liveability factor and road presence, of which this 2019 model has in abundance. Albeit a short dive a its launch is not enough to hock the family jewels in order to acquire one, this new GLE showed enough of its hand to be taken very seriously. This has to be a test drive certainty for anyone looking to go high-rise luxury.
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01st May 2019
Tesla Model 3 Ready to Charge
Tesla’s Model 3 Tesla’s stands a smaller, simpler, more affordable car than the Model S and Model X. This is an executive, four-door saloon, full electric propulsion, with space for four adults in comfort, the middle rear best reserved for the small folk. It doesn’t have all the tricks and treats of its bigger siblings, but it possesses enough to enthral.
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23rd April 2019
Audi world award for the A7
The Audi A7 Sportback has been named as the “2019 World Luxury Car,” by the World Car jury, consisting of 86 members from 24 countries. The awards were presented at the New York International Auto Show.
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23rd April 2019
Triathlon Ireland and BMW back Pieta House.
Triathlon Ireland has announced that it is supporting mental health with a significant alliance with Pieta House, Ireland’s leading suicide prevention charity. This year, triathletes across Ireland will raise money to help suicide prevention through a joint initiative between Triathlon Ireland, BMW Ireland and Pieta House.
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18th April 2019
Jaguar I-PACE Treble at NY Motor Show
The all-electric Jaguar I-PACE has completed the treble at the 2019 World Car Awards, held at the New York International Auto Show. It won the 2019 World Car of the Year and World Car Design of the Year titles – equalling the success of the F-PACE in 2017 – and has also been named World Green Car.
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18th April 2019
Audi AI:ME – Urban Automation that's Not so Far Away!
Audi presented two world premieres at China’s Shanghai Motor Show, (from April 16th to 25th). Specially developed for the Chinese market, Audi is augmenting its all-electric product range with the Audi Q2L e-tron, which was specially developed for the Chinese market and a concept car, the AI:ME, Audi’s vision for automated urban driving.
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18th April 2019
Renault EZ-FLEX – Delivering to the Streets
Distinctive looking from any angle, Renault’s concept EZ-FLEX is a compact and manoeuvrable vehicle, designed to move seamlessly throughout towns and cities. With dimensions of 3.86 in length, width of 1.65m and height of 1.88m, rear loading height of 760mm, plus a load capacity of 3m3, the EZ- FLEX is small enough to access urban car parks, its turning circle of 4.5m providing much needed manoeuvrability in the streets of city/town centres.
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18th April 2019
Toyota’s Land Cruiser is back in Business
Toyota’s Land Cruiser five-seater Business model is now available to order with limited first arrivals in July. The model is making a return to the market, its absence since 2018 due to taxation changes, and will return to Toyota forecourts in July for immediate sale, with a starting price of €56,907 (ex-VAT).
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18th April 2019
Bradys Arva Pin Commercial Dealer of the Year Award
Bradys Arva has been awarded Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles Dealer of the Year 2018 at the recent Volkswagen Gold Pin Awards. The award, which celebrates excellence within the Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles retail network, recognises the retailer’s contribution in a number of areas including sales performance, local market share and overall customer experience and is the highest honour that a Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles retailer can achieve.
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10th April 2019
Renault Selection is a Diamond Deal until April 18th
Renault Selection sales events are being held around the country at approved Renault Selection dealerships until the 18th April. Customers can avail of 4.9% APR HP or PCP product and their chosen Renault or Dacia comes as standard with a minimum two years’ warranty and minimum two years’ roadside assistance.
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10th April 2019
Old Name, New Compact Crossover from Ford
Ford has given us back a favourite name, with a teaser of what their new SUV compact crossover, the Puma, will look like. It will go on sale at the end of the year, is powered by a 48-volt mild-hybrid powertrain, this new Puma promises flexibility, with luggage capacity of 456 litres, capable of accommodating two golf bags in an upright position.
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10th April 2019
Ford Hybrid Range Unveiled
Ford has unveiled an extensive range of new vehicles under a new Ford Hybrid banner, which will cover everything from small family cars to SUVs and people-movers – with a Mustang-inspired performance SUV and fully electric Transit van on the way. “Ford Hybrid vehicles will make electrification relevant and attainable for more drivers than ever before. From Fiesta to Transit, every new vehicle we introduce will feature an electrified version that best suits the needs of our customers in an affordable way,” said Stuart Rowley, president, Ford of Europe. “Along with advances in technology and connectivity, the models introduced today are just the start of our plans to develop a comprehensive line-up of smart vehicles for a smart world.”
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09th April 2019
New Toyota Camry offers Space and Grace
Toyota’s new Camry, four-door saloon, has just landed into dealerships nationwide after an absence of some fourteen years, the 2019 model coming with an introductory price of €39,750 or €304 a month*. Upgraded outside and in, this new Camry is the first with a self-charging hybrid powertrain.
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09th April 2019
Mercedes X-Class Rings Support for Annalise
Mercedes-Benz has extended its support of Olympic silver medal-winning sailor Annalise Murphy as she continues her preparations to represent Ireland in the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
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03rd April 2019
Mitsubishi Triton Absolute looks the Total Package
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) has recently unveiled the Triton Absolute, at the 40th Bangkok International Motor Show, a key representation of MMC’s “Drive your Ambition” brand tagline, expressing their 100-year DNA of automobile manufacturing.
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01st April 2019
March New Car Registrations and Government Revenues Down
Official statistics released today by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that total new car registrations for the month of March are down 5.6% (16,738) when compared with March 2018 (17,726). New car registrations year to date are down 10.7% (64,098) on the same period last year (71,760).
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01st April 2019
Fleet Transport Award for New Toyota RAV4
Toyota Ireland has been awarded the Green Fleet Hybrid Award for the new Toyota RAV4 by Fleet Transport Magazine. Five vehicles were shortlisted for the award in the Irish Fleet Car of the Year 2019 awards, with the RAV4 coming out on top scoring a total of 571 points compared to 521 achieved by the runner up in the category.
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01st April 2019
Dublin’s Q102 turns to the New LEAF
Dublin’ Q102 is going green by becoming the first radio in the city to make the switch to driving the 100% electric Nissan LEAF. The decision to go all electric demonstrates Q102’s determination to lead by example when it comes to reducing carbon emissions.
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29th March 2019
BF Goodrich Tyres Roll into Ireland
Tyre manufacturer BFGoodrich has expanded its pan-European Off-Road Centre network into Ireland for the first time, as part of plans to work more closely with local tyre dealers recognised for their off-road tyre expertise. The move saw 13 Irish dealerships attend the two-day launch event at Kilkea Castle in Co. Kildare, which included a detailed training induction, product briefing and a glimpse at some of the brand’s plans for the coming 12 months.
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28th March 2019
Motor Industry To Recruit 150 Apprentices
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today announced at the Intreo Careers Fair, Dublin Castle, that the Irish Motor Industry is looking to recruit 150 Apprentices throughout Ireland. Apprenticeships include Motor Mechanics, Heavy Vehicle Mechanics, Vehicle Body Repairs, Agricultural Mechanics and Construction Plant Fitting.
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28th March 2019
MINI LAUNCHES GIANT DESIGN BURSARY PRIZE FOR BODY & SOUL FESTIVAL 2019
MINI Ireland and Body & Soul Music and Arts Festival are on the search for a creative collaborator to design a stage installation space exclusively for MINI at this year’s festival. With a MINI bursary prize of €10,000, (bursary must cover costs of materials, construction, design etc.), the open competition pays tribute to the original MINI, launched 60 years ago in 1959 and which was invented as an answer to a pressing social issue – a global acute fuel shortage. Its inventor Sir Alec Issigonis set up a secret design team office to develop a small car that would break all the rules of car engineering at the time.
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26th March 2019
New Citroen C5 Aircross glides In
Citroen’s new C5 Aircross, their C-Segment SUV, has just landed in Ireland and is available in four trim levels Start, Touch, Feel & Flair, with prices starting from €26,495. It is also is now available to test drive at Citroën dealerships nationwide. Early in 2020, the new C5 Aircross will be joined by a PHEV variant, the first Citroën plug-in hybrid, offering low CO2 emissions and a range of 50km in fully electric mode.
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26th March 2019
Caring about Sharing
Volvo Cars introduces Care Key as standard on all cars Volvo Cars have just introduced Care Key, allowing any Volvo buyer to set a speed limit for themselves, their family members or friends. The Care Key will come as standard on all Volvo cars from model year 2021. The Care Key allows Volvo drivers to set limitations on the car’s top speed, before lending their car to other family members or to younger and inexperienced drivers such as teenagers that only just received their drivers’ licence.
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26th March 2019
New KIA Ceed Crossover here by Year End
Hard to believe it’s fifteen years since KIA’s first Ceed rolled onto our streets. It has since been joined by the Ceed Sportwagon, the ProCeed and now later this year will be further enhanced with the arrival of a new Ceed crossover, the name yet to be revealed.
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25th March 2019
VW T-Cross Readies for 192-Reg Year
Volkswagen’s smallest SUV, the new T-Cross will roll onto Irish streets in April, with a starting price of €22,495. This new model is very much seen as a ‘192’ car, but will be available for test drive in late April across the Volkswagen retailer network. It will be available in a three-engine line-up, with the 1.0-litre 95hp (112g/km) petrol engine starting at €22,495, followed by the 1.0-litre 115hp petrol engine (111g/km) starting at €24,495. A 1.6-litre 95bhp diesel will round up the model range for Ireland, starting at €25,295. VW Ireland don’t expect this to be sold in large numbers, with the majority coming from either of the two petrol engines. They expect to sell around 400 in 2019, 1,200 in 2020
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25th March 2019
Audi SQ5 Pricing Announced
Audi Ireland have just announced On The Road pricing for their new MHEV SUV, the V6 SQ5 TDI, with its mild hybrid system, starting from €89,820. On-road power will never be an issue with its 48-volt main electrical system that includes an electric powered compressor (EPC) and a mild hybrid system. Energy is stored in a compact lithium-ion battery with an electrical capacity of 10 Ah located beneath the luggage compartment floor. An AC/DC converter connects the conventional 12-volt electrical system.
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22nd March 2019
Sneem Digital Hub gets Star support from Mercedes-Benz
The commercial vehicles division of Mercedes-Benz in Ireland is providing support to Sneem Digital Hub in its mission to reverse rural depopulation in the area. Through the development work being done by Sneem Digital Hub, and the facilities and services it provides, the goal being pursued is to provide sustainable long-term jobs that would attract people to live and work in Sneem, thereby ensuring the continuing viability of the village and surrounding areas.
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11th March 2019
Opel Zafira Life – Space and Seats Aplenty!
Opel’s new Zafira Life, which made its world premiere at the Brussels Motor Show in January, will be available to order from local Opel dealerships nationwide from Q2 this year.
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06th March 2019
New Mazda CX-30 makes Geneva Debut
Mazda Motor Corporation chose the Geneva Motor Show to unveil the second model in its new-generation line-up, the Mazda CX-30 compact crossover SUV, which will be rolled out to global markets, with sales starting from Europe this summer.
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06th March 2019
Nissan IMQ Concept takes Geneva Stage
Nissan has unveiled the IMQ concept crossover at the Geneva Motor Show, equipped with its e-POWER system, an advanced technology and design showcase equipped with all-wheel-drive. Roel de Vries, Nissan corporate vice president announced it will launch the electrified powertrain technology in European markets by 2022.
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05th March 2019
Volkswagen and Microsoft share progress on strategic partnership
Volkswagen and Microsoft are sharing progress on the development of the Volkswagen Automotive Cloud, announced by Dr. Herbert Diess, CEO of Volkswagen AG, and Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO, during a joint visit to the Volkswagen Digital Lab in Berlin.
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05th March 2019
Europcar Ireland adds twenty new Stars to its Commercial Fleet
Europcar Ireland has enhanced its commercial vehicles fleet with the addition of 20 new Mercedes-Benz Vito Classic van models, the car and van rental company has taken a major step towards ensuring its commercial clients get the ‘three-pointed-star’ treatment when selecting a model from its rental fleet.
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05th March 2019
Jaguar puts Claws in Pricing for New Customers
The Jaguar E-PACE and F-PACE SUVs are now within the reach of new customers, with a competitive finance offer available for March 2019, with 2.9% APR finance available for buyers looking for a new 191 family car.
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05th March 2019
Jaguar iPace wins European Car of the Year title 2019
The Jaguar iPace has been announced as the winner of the "Car of the Year" Award 2019, at the Geneva International Motor Show, with Ian Callum, Jaguar Director of Design, receiving the award. The iPace was chosen by 60 automotive journalists from 23 European countries.
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05th March 2019
Volvo Cars to Limit top Speed of all its Cars from 2020
Volvo Cars is sending a strong signal about the dangers of speeding and will limit the top speed on all its cars to 180kph from 2020. The company’s Vision 2020, which aims for no one to be killed or seriously injured in a new Volvo by 2020, is one of the most ambitious safety visions in the automotive industry. But realising that technology alone will not get it all the way to zero, Volvo Cars is now broadening its scope to include a focus on driver behaviour.
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05th March 2019
SEAT El-Born – Spanish Concept at Swiss Show
SEAT el-Born will make its public debut at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. This latest SEAT model is a concept car, the first 100% electric vehicle based on the Volkswagen Group MEB platform. This sporty concept car with advanced electric technology, was inspired by, and named after, one of the most iconic neighborhoods of Barcelona: El Born.
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04th March 2019
February New Car Registrations Electric
Official statistics released today by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that the total new electric car registrations for the month of February have shown a significant increase with 330 registered in comparison to just 72 in the same month last year.
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27th February 2019
SIMI Motor Industry Awards 2019
Open to all sectors of the Irish Motor Industry, ten Award Categories in total were presented by Brian Cooke Director General Designate of the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) and Derek McDermott, Managing Director of Bank of Ireland Finance, the event sponsors.
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27th February 2019
Mercedes-Benz is ‘Holding out for a Hero’
Mercedes-Benz is ‘holding out for a hero’... specifically, a van driver who would merit recognition as Ireland’s Van Hero 2019.
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27th February 2019
E-Soul from KIA – Swiss Silence in March
The new Kia e-Soul, their third globally-sold electric vehicle makes its European debut at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show next month. It is produced at Kia’s Gwangju manufacturing facility in Korea and goes on-sale in selected European markets from the end of Q1 2019, with pricing announced closer to the start of sales.
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26th February 2019
Audi’s New E-Tron – Quattro Silence
Audi’s new electric SUV – the Audi e-tron – has arrived in Ireland, the carmaker’s first fully electric model now available for test drive. Pricing for the e-tron starts from an on-the-road cost of €101,750 (Refer to notes below for more information on relevant government grants and incentives) with deliveries for pre-registered deposit holders beginning from April 2019.
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26th February 2019
Audi A1 – Small, Neat and Ready for the Street
Audi’s second generation A1 Sportback is available to order now in Ireland, with on-the-road prices starting from €25,450. This is the smallest of the Audi family and is available in ten different colours, more space, innovative new technology and a range of assistance systems.
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22nd February 2019
Mustang Arrives - Brick by Brick
Somethings you never should lose – wide-eyed wonderment and snapping Lego bricks together. Everyone should want a Mustang in their lives, in their driveway preferably, but as this may be a stretch too far, the nice folk in Lego will have available from March 1st, their Lego Creator Expert Ford Mustang. Yeehaa!!
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22nd February 2019
Peugeot Rifter and Partner – A Great Double Act
Replacing the Partner Tepee MPV is the new Rifter, which borrows SUV characteristics from the 3008 and 5008 SUVs - high ride height, large wheels, wheel arches and rear bumper protection – the result a very imposing roomy option for the private and commercial user.
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22nd February 2019
Peugeot Launches New Brand Signature
To mark the transition to electrification of all its models from 2019, PEUGEOT is officially launching its new brand signature: MOTION & e-MOTION at the upcoming 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The new signature will be rolled out in every country and in every statement of the brand: advertising, literature, trade shows and point of sale.
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22nd February 2019
Peugeot 508 – A Rendezvous with French Street Style
A new fastback saloon, a new light commercial van and its new MPV passenger variant – Peugeot Ireland are certainly doing their best to ensure that nobody walks and parcels are delivered in 2019.
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22nd February 2019
Mercedes-Benz to Premier Seven Models at Geneva Motor Show!
Six world premieres and one show premiere take centre stage on the Mercedes-Benz stand at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show.
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22nd February 2019
KIA Concept Electric Car to Light up Geneva
On 5 March 2019. Kia Motors Europe will unveil its new all-electric concept car at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show.
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22nd February 2019
Volvo XC90 Gets Refreshed for 2019
Volvo Cars has unveiled a refreshed version of its XC90 large SUV, the company’s top-of-the-line flagship, adding a newly-developed fuel-saving engine option that marks the next step in the company’s ambitious electrification strategy.
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22nd February 2019
New Ford Focus ST Set to Simmer in Summer
Ford’s all-new Focus ST will go on sale across Europe in summer 2019, a sibling to the fourth generation Focus in five-door and wagon body styles. The all-new Focus ST will be manufactured at Ford’s Saarlouis assembly facility, Germany, following a €600 million investment.
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