Dacia Duster

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Skoda Kamiq: a fine family car, well-built, sturdy and with room for two adults in the back, all powered by a perky little three-cylinder 1-litre engine

We’ve come full circle in the SUV craze. Where once the abbreviation defined misplaced off-road work vehicles dressed for suburban shopping runs, it h(...)

Having a Dacia in the driveway during the recession suggested you were sensible with your spending

Dacia’s success to date on the Irish market has been largely down to its no-frills pricing. Launching here in the maelstrom of the recession, the budg(...)

Best One: Seat Arona The fact is that the Arona is really quite a dull car, but that is an inconvenient truth that one must simply brush aside if you(...)

The Renault Megane is the company’s most popular car so far this year.

Used car imports from the UK are posing a “serious threat” to the Irish market with conditions expected to remain challenging until the final Brexit a(...)

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) is flanked by Volkswagen chairman Matthias Mueller (C-R) and Volkswagen board member Herbert Diess (C-L) as she visits the booth of Volkswagen (VW) at the Frankfurt motor show

Frankfurt has come and Frankfurt has gone. The biggest car show in Europe, which runs only every two years, has finished with its media and press prev(...)

Mercedes AMG Project One: with a price tag in the region of €4m it’s unlikely to be  coming to a showroom near you

Frankfurt is the chance for the big German car makers to strut their stuff in front of thousands in the Exhibition grounds on Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage, an(...)

Dacia Duster

If you were looking for a minimal/maximal car or, in other words, a car that carries out the maximum of tasks for the minimum of outlay, you could do (...)

Toyota Rav4: unusually spacious and good to drive, with sharp steering and well-controlled suspension

Best in class: Hyundai Tucson It's worth pointing out that the Tucson, a largish, relatively expensive crossover, has been Ireland’s bestselling ca(...)

The Dacia Sandero Stepway: some stick-on plastic bits and taller springs do not a 4x4 make

Let us consider the very large. In the whole visible universe, or at least the bits of it that our Earthly telescopes have swept, the biggest s(...)