Volkswagen is the most popular brand of new car so far this year, with 7,225 registrations.

New car sales are down 10.7 per cent on last year with 64,098 registrations up to the end of March. The motor trade is warning that Brexit uncertainty(...)

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(...)

In the case of a repossession, the finance company is acting entirely legally. Photograph: Getty

It’s a motoring nightmare: you hand over your hard-earned cash for a used car, delighted with your new wheels, yet weeks later you find out your car i(...)

Buying private always comes with greater risks, from checking the vehicle’s mechanical situation to whether the seller is actually the rightful owner.

What is outstanding car finance and why should I care? Outstanding car finance is the amount of money still owed on a used car when it’s sold. Someon(...)

A spokeswoman for Nissan Ireland said the move, described by Hyundai as cynical, was a strategic business decision. Photograph:  Getty Images

In the race for the title of Ireland’s best-selling car, Nissan Ireland is seeking to boost its sales numbers by pre-registering Qashqai SUVs before t(...)

Anti-Brexit protests at the Houses of Parliament in London: The Society of the Irish Motor Industry is calling on the Government to step up its preparations for a potential no-deal Brexit

The total number of imported cars, largely brought in from the UK, is creeping closer and closer to parity with the number of new cars sold in Ireland(...)

The best-selling models in Ireland this year are the Nissan Qashqai, Hyundai Tucson and Ford Focus. Photograph: PA Wire

New car sales are down 4.35 per cent so far this year, with 124,809 registrations up to the end of October. New registrations fell 11.2 per cent in (...)

Official statistics from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show there were a total of 3,201 new cars registered.

Brexit and a new system for emissions testing have been blamed for an 18 per cent plunge in new car registrations in September compared with the same (...)

The number of imported used cars registered for the first time in the Republic reached 68,784 at the end of last month, up 10.7 per cent on last year. Photograph: David Hecker/Getty Images

New car sales in August were up 3.5 per cent on last year, with 5,932 new registrations. It brings the total so far this year to 119,937, a fall of 3.(...)

Toyota was the most popular new car brand in July, according to CSO data

The number of new cars taking to our roads is down 4.5 per cent this year, while used car imports are up 11.3 per cent, according to figures from the (...)

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