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New BYD gets SEAL of approval

By Gerry Murphy BYD have just launched its third model on the Irish market in a few short months. Now the biggest ...

Toyota is named as the best-selling car brand in Galway for 10th consecutive year

Local Toyota retailer, Tony Burke Motors, says it is delighted with the news that Toyota is the number one best-selli...

Western Motors Group marks two big milestones

By Gerry Murphy Western Motors Group is kicking off a double celebration this year, with 2024 marking the company’...

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New single-motor version of XC40 caters to the desires of the modern driver

Volvo’s XC40 is around since 2020 when it won the Irish Car-of-the-Year award. That was for the internal combustion models in both petrol and diese...

New Kuga range is built specifically with European motoring in mind

If ever a car maker needed to up the ante and embrace the future in electric vehicles, it’s Ford. They have the Mustang Mach-e already on the marke...

New-look seven-seat Sorento to arrive on Irish shores in April

Kia Ireland have announced details of the face-lifted seven-seat Sorento model which will arrive in Ireland later this year. Kia is offering its...

Toyota celebrates third year in a row as Ireland’s best-selling car brand

By Gerry Murphy Local Toyota dealers and the people at Toyota Ireland are celebrating closing out 2023 as Ireland’s best-selling car brand, maki...

Ireland’s newest car brand delivers another model

A second model from Ireland’s newest car brand might just be a trailblazer when it comes to lower prices for electric vehicles. It comes from BYD a...

SUV delivers on promise of eye-watering price tag

They don’t come much bigger or better than this. And, few cost quite as much. The Mercedes-Benz EQS SUV 450+ which I have been testing is hardly li...


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