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The Toyota Proace will come in three lengths – Compact (4.6m), MWB (4.9m) and LWB (5.3m). The Compact is the spiritual successor to the LiteAce.

There was a time in Ireland when it seemed every van in the country was a Toyota Hiace. First built in 1967 and still sold outside of Europe, Hiace c(...)

Bank of Ireland was one of the biggest fallers, down 3.63 per cent. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

European stocks retreated in thin trading on Tuesday, after briefly paring losses, as a stronger euro weighed on exporters. Britain’s top shares inde(...)

French carmaker PSA Group lifted prices of Peugeot, Citroen and DS vehicles by an average of 2 per cent on August 1st. Analyst Ian Fletcher said it was “pretty much inevitable” that other car brands would follow.

British consumers are starting to bear the costs of Brexit, with companies raising prices of everything from cars to carpets to counter a plunge in th(...)

Renault’s net income rose 8.8 per cent to €1.5 billion  in the first six months of the year.

Renault made little progress towards promised cost savings in the first half of the year, the French carmaker said on Thursday, although a revamp of (...)

Jeremy Masding, group chief executive of Permanent TSB: the bank announced its first profit since 2007,  bringing its stock up 4.73 per cent to €2.168.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A raft of earnings announcements helped boost European stocks, raising them out of a doldrum period that saw markets make few gains. Dublin Packagi(...)

PSA Group automotive division increased first-half profit by a third to €1.3 billion.

French carmaker PSA Group shrugged off a drop in Chinese sales and an ageing lineup to deliver record first-half profit, as chief executive Carlos Tav(...)

Carlos Tavares, chief executive officer of PSA Peugeot Citroen, has promised that between now and 2021 his two vehicle brands (three if you count Citroen’s luxury DS spinoff) will launch 26 new passenger cars and eight new commercial vehicles including a pickup truck for the burgeoning one-tonne market.

PSA Peugeot Citroen seems to have shaken off the last shackles of its recession worries and is striking ahead with an ambitious plan dubbed ‘Push To P(...)

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

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(...)

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(...)

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