Car giants are trying to cut out the middleman and move away from traditional dealership models, but what will that actually mean for Irish car buyers?
The market for second-hand electric cars in Ireland mostly doesn’t exist right now, and there’s little point in looking to the UK for spare supply
There is a serious flaw with this supposed practical family car: it’s not that spacious
As long as those families don’t need to drive too far. . .
Forget the crash-test rating controversy – this Dacia gem could be ideal family transport
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‘Rapid daily increase in cross sanctions and logistical difficulties’ prompts the move
Ford will divide into separate electric and combustion engine business units
Exports of equipment and some forestry products banned until end of 2022
The Focus and Fiesta could be chopped as they suffer an identity crisis in electric era
Two new entrants to Irish market are a funky all-electric city car or a practical seven-seat petrol-powered people carrier
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