Citroen’s C1 has been named most reliable car by Which?

Which? the well-known consumers’ right organisation, has named the Citroen C1 city car as its most reliable, with an overall score of 99 per cent and (...)

Citroën Ireland has announced the prices for its new C1 small car. €10,995 will get you a C1 Touch with the 68hp version of its 1.0-litre three-cylind(...)

Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy: Under French law, he can be detained for 48 hours. Photograph: EPA/Ian Langsdon

Nicolas Sarkozy yesterday became the first former president in the history of France to be detained for questioning, in an investigation into alleged (...)

Toyota Aygo

By the time you read this, three different car companies will have launched the same car. As you would expect, Toyota won’t be acknowledging an(...)

Sales of new cars in the first half of 2014 have been the highest in six years with an increase of 24 per cent on the same period last year. Photograph: Frank Miller /THE IRISH TIMES

New car sales in Ireland have reached their highest levels since the economic collapse in 2008. According to figures compiled by Motorcheck.ie, sales (...)

This week, Citroën is putting the first examples of its new C4 Cactus on the road. The car represents a steep change in recent Citroën model philosoph(...)

From July, new cars will display the 142 number plate, as we enter into the second year of the new registration system. Perhaps we’ll be used to it(...)

Track record: The SEAT Leon Cupra 280 is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, with a scintillating laptime of 1:05.68 on Mondello Park’s National Circuit, quite an achievement for a five-door practical hatch with decent-sized luggage compartment and standard tyres 1:46

One of the most accurate ways to test a car’s performance and handling attributes is to drive it on track. A race circuit is the ideal venue for pu(...)

Ford’s Vignale label

Although it might seem implausible in the current climate, mainstream brands are planning a major assault on the premium car sector. Volkswagen is (...)

Top dog: VW’s Up is the No1 car for customer satisfaction, according to the survey

For the first time ever, European brands have overtaken their Japanese opposition in the JD Power customer satisfaction rankings. The survey, carried (...)