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The data is taken from 131,000 active second-hand warranties. Photograph: iStock

With belts tightening and car-buying budgets being denuded as we lean into the oncoming recession, many car buyers will be switching their sights from(...)

Dacia Logan: decent ride quality and fuel economy make up for some rough layout edges

It can be a false economy to buy in bulk. Doubtless, everyone who so rapidly denuded shops of toilet paper at the beginning of March has now learned t(...)

Paddy Magee:  has called for a two-month cut in VRT introduced in line with the new 202 registration period starting on July 1st to support jobs in the motor trade.

A short-term cut in the tax paid on new cars is needed to save thousands of jobs in the motor trade, said Renault Ireland boss Paddy Magee. Mr Magee,(...)

Alex Lazarow author of Out-Innovate

Silicon Valley’s traditional hold on the global innovation agenda is increasingly being challenged by so-called frontier innovation, where entrepreneu(...)

Should you buy an electric vehicle now, or wait for better prices, batteries and infrastructure? Most households have a “tech history” drawer, s(...)

Dacia has used the virtual space of the non-existent Geneva motor show to reveal this, the Spring electric crossover, which is promised to be Europe’s(...)

Workers pack crates as they dismantle stalls at  the cancelled Geneva International Motor Show. Photograph: Stefan Wermuth/Bloomberg

This feels so odd. We’re going to spend roughly the next 24 hours reporting from the Geneva motor show without actually being at a motor show, nor eve(...)

Dacia’s small SUV still hits its value marks, even if it has become of late rather more expensive than it used to be. A starting price of €17,890 is h(...)

Skoda has revealed its fourth generation Octavia. With sales of 6.5 million the Octavia is Skoda’s bestseller and Ireland’s fifth best-selling passeng(...)

Renault Ireland had 9.5 per cent of the State’s motors market in 2018, ranking it fourth.  Photograph: Christophe Morin/Bloomberg

Pretax profit at the Irish arm of Renault last year fell 3 per cent to €2.25 million despite an increase in revenue. In new accounts filed by Renault(...)

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