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I probably should apologise to our consumer affairs correspondent Conor Pope. I mocked him endlessly when he arrived at The Irish Times office and sai(...)

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(...)

Best in class: Ford Fiesta It’s taken a while, but the Fiesta has wormed its way sufficiently into our affections to unseat our previous favourites i(...)

eXS Kick Scooter: Electric scooter  has a range of 25km

Technically electric scooters are still in legal limbo in Ireland, so you can’t ride them on public roads. But that doesn’t mean we can’t look. Seat h(...)

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(...)

Volkswagen T-Cross is a fun little crossover, overshadowed by its own hype and the more affordable Polo hatchback

Clearly someone at Volkswagen has a monumental crush on Cara Delevingne. Certainly more so than the company’s latest crossover. Fancy finding out mor(...)

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(...)

In a surprise result, Peugeot has topped the latest JD Power rating for the most reliable car brand

In something of a surprise, given the results of previous surveys, Peugeot has been named by JD Power as the most reliable car brand for 2019. JD Powe(...)

The T-Cross one-litre petrol unit develops either 95hp or 115hp.

You can spot the entry level version of Volkswagen’s new T-Cross by its “Dublin” steel wheels. In a world of sparkling alloys, our nation’s capital ha(...)

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