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Best in class: Volkswagen Up The Up (and its all-but identical sister cars, the Skoda Citigo and Seat Mii) might be an ageing design but it’s one tha(...)

The Gowan Group is to take control of the Opel brand in the Republic

The Gowan Group is to take control of the Opel brand in the Republic. The company, owned by the Maughan family, already holds the Irish franchise(...)

Best in class: Skoda Superb We really should re-name this segment Family Estates because those are almost inevitably the best versions, and while no-(...)

Best in class: Peugeot 5008 There’s a bit of crossover (pardon the pun) between the family crossover and family SUV markets - in some cases one is ju(...)

Skoda parent company VW has paid out more than €27bn   in penalties for using illegal software to disguise excessive levels of pollution from its diesel cars. Photograph:  Reuters/Axel Schmidt

A district court in Prague has ruled that Czech owners of Skoda and Volkswagen cars qualify for 533 million crowns (€20.8m) in compensation linked to (...)

Best in class: Toyota C-HR Toyota’s funky looking family crossover has been ringing our bell for a while now, not least because it was the first car (...)

Best in class: Seat Arona Let’s get something straight. These are basically the same, engineering-wise, as a small hatchback, but come with the price(...)

A decade ago the then government set a target that 10 per cent of the Irish vehicle fleet would be electric by 2020, meaning 240,000 electric vehicles on our roads. We’re likely to be 230,000 shy of that target by the end of next year.

A million electric cars by 2030. It sounds fantastic and it is time to do the maths to see if it is realistic. There were 2.7 million vehicles on Ir(...)

The best-selling model so far this year is the Nissan Qashqai with 2,875 registrations, ahead of the Hyundai Tucson with 2,733

New car sales rose4.7 per cent in May compared to last year, with 6,341 registrations. However, total registrations are still down 7.6 per cent on las(...)

Simi estimates that the average tax take on a new car is €10,000; on these secondhand car imports, it is about half that. Photograph: iStock

A study from UCD’s Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School and the Marketing Institute of Ireland suggested that used secondhand car imports will out(...)

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