Wednesday 18 January 2017
Handsome Megane makes an impressive family holdall
Can we, just for a moment, be honest with ourselves? There really is far too much euphemism being used in the car world these days, as car makers seek to escape the perceived drudgery of such simple terms as saloon, estate or hatchback. Thus Audi has seen fit to dub a hatchback a ‘Sportback’ while Renault now wants us to think of a new Megane four door not as a saloon nor even a sedan but as a ‘Grand Coupe.’ Good grief. The fact that this new...read more...
Updated Dacia range arrives in Ireland
As displayed at the Paris Motor Show last year, Dacia has updated the three-part lineup of Sandero, Logan MCV and Stepway and the new range is now on sale in Ireland with prices starting from €10,490 for the most basic Sandero hatchback. The new Sandero, the new Sandero Stepway and the new Logan MCV all show a new front design. The cars display a new lighting signature front and rear for a more dynamic, contemporary look. The new front LED daytime...read more...
Stark warning issued over car finance
A stark warning has been issued to Irish used car buyers about the levels of excess finance owed on cars of up to three years old. According to research from Cartell.ie the increase in the use of Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) plans has seen a spike in the number of used vehicles with money still owing on them. Cartell’s numbers show that for a one-year old car, your chances of buying one still subject to a finance agreement are as high as 31.5 per...read more...
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