Boom models include the Jeep Renegade (above), Renault’s Captur and the BMW X5

The once-troubled European car market has just posted its biggest sales rise in six years, with 1.166 million new cars sold in April.Now in its 20th c(...)

DS5 2.0 BlueHDI 150hp: Can it now be taken seriously as an Audi rival? 4:33

In so many ways, I find this all a bit sad. I find it somehow sad that PSA group has decided that Citroen can no longer bear the burden of competing i(...)

Citroen Ireland claims that you would have to cover 136,000km to break even on buying a diesel.

So, how many of us made a mistake? When the then coalition government of Fianna Fail and the Greens flipped the Vehicle Registration Tax and Motor Tax(...)

308 R concept’s performance puts the hot hatch into the BMW M3’s league.

Peugeot has pulled a fast one on us and shown a car that we were expecting to see (a hot version of the 308 hatch) featuring technology that we just d(...)

Fraudsters who staged a crash to collect an insurance payout had to get one of the cars to smash into the other vehicle a second time after the first(...)

Aircross’ styling is meant to be friendly and unthreatening.

So, following on from the success of the cute little C4 Cactus crossover (shortlisted for European Car Of The Year, recipient of numerous internationa(...)

A new Citroën DS5 with a vintage Citroën DS (left) at the International Motor Show in Geneva last month. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Can you countenance a premium French car brand? History suggests the public are a little sceptical about such things. While there have been some obvio(...)

Will anything generate more Geneva headlines than Ferrari’s gorgeous 488 GTB?

There are physically bigger shows (Frankfurt and its roller-skate-friendly hall sizes for instance) and there are shows that arguably have more influe(...)

Avensis update is also low-key but there is the new BMW-developed 1.6-litre diesel.

It will, theoretically, be a quiet Geneva motor show for Toyota next week. The world’s largest car maker (and according to Fortune magazine, now the w(...)

The  Personal Contract Plan was created  to help car makers sell you a car today and to more or less guarantee that in three years you’ll be back for another

PCP, or a Personal Contract Plan, has rapidly become one of the most popular ways to finance the purchase of a new car in Ireland. Getting a lo(...)