The Disabled Drivers Motorshow and Conference will run at the RDS, Dublin, over the weekend of October 4th to 6th next. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Information and education event is free to all

Despite the new number plate system it would seem that the same 55 per cent of new car sales are taking place in the first three months of the year. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Twice-yearly registration has failed to remedy the congested sales patterns

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Internet leak reveals Fiat’s leap into the crossover world

Ford’s new S-Max is promising a more premium-style look and feel and even sharper dynamics.

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Opel’s new city car will be called Karl, after one of the three sons of founder Adam Opel.

New city car to adopt the name of founder’s son

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New big Ford will hit dealers in November, priced from €28,000

Citroen’s Divine DS should lead to a replacement for the current DS4.

Renault, Peugeot and Citroen all loading big new model guns for Paris assault

The Subaru WRX STi: as much a practical daily driver as a warp-speed performance machine

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Honda’s new HR-V will rival the Nissan Juke when it arrives in early 2015

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