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Kieran Whelton with some of his UK imported secondhand cars at his car dealership in Knock, Co Mayo. Photograph: Keith Heneghan

For the Irish motor trade, the market is as much about currency rates as cars. Dealers watch the latest forex market as closely as the IFSC currency t(...)

The new RAV4 is  an intriguing proposition. A car that combines surprising levels of ruggedness, with forward-looking hybrid tech, and big-saloon-style refinement and comfort on a motorway run.

The hill, as we approach it, is steep enough to cause us to pause for a moment. Better by far to take a good run at this, to gather momentum before th(...)

Volkswagen was the most popular brand last year, while the Golf was the most popular model among Irish car buyers, according to the CSO. Photograph: Paddy McGrath

The number of new private cars on the Republic’s roads last year fell by 4.6 per cent to 121,157, according to the figures from the Central Statistics(...)

Royole FlexPai, the world’s first foldable smartphone was unveiled at   at the Consumer Electronics Show   in Las Vegas. Photograph:   Martyn Landi/PA Wire

Robots, 8K TVs and artificial intelligence: the annual CES tech show is in full swing in Las Vegas. The showcase brings together the world’s largest t(...)

A news programme in Tokyo features ousted Nissan chairman  Carlos Ghosn.

Carlos Ghosn, the once high-flying boss of the world’s most successful car alliance, has finally broken his silence. During a 10-minute hearing in Tok(...)

Tesla Motors’ chief executive Elon Musk. Photograph: DAVID MCNEW / AFP)DAVID MCNEW/AFP/Getty Images

Elon Musk deleted a tweet in which he shared an incorrect report that Tesla Inc had outsold all other luxury automakers in the U.S. The Tesla chief e(...)

A total of 125,557 new passenger cars were registered in 2018, with Volkswagen the best-selling brand, recording 13,775 new sales, ahead of Toyota on 12,037, according to figures from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry

Brexit’s impact on sterling has been blamed for the 4.4 per cent fall in new car sales in 2018, as used imported arriving from the UK exceeded 100,000(...)

You’ll have noticed, if you care to notice such things, that many plug-in hybrid models have recently disappeared from sale. If you’re a putative Poir(...)

The Irish Times top car for 2019: Jaguar’s I-Pace

Next year is looking already starting to look like a banner year for new cars, with several genuinely iconic models up for renewal, including the new (...)

Lexus UX: The high-end finish and the driving pleasure are what will get potential buyers to sign on the dotted line

This Lexus has three things going for it: it’s a crossover, it’s a hybrid and it’s proper premium inside. That should be more than enough to lure a q(...)

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