Saturday October 24, 2020

Company distribution brings greater buyer choice

This is a very interesting period for the Irish motorcar-buyer.

24th September, 2005

This is a very interesting period for the Irish motorcar-buyer. Little by little, the private importers that traditionally dominated the car market in Ireland are being bought out by the factories.

Mazda will fall under company control from next year. BMW, which reverted to the factory two years ago, has since benefited from a wider choice of models and an alignment of standard equipment with Britain.

While estate cars are not nearly as popular in...

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