Older cars worth less than their tax disc

Research from Cartell.ie, the vehicle records experts, reveals the demise of larger engines in Irish cars.

22nd December, 2013

Research from Cartell.ie, the vehicle records experts, reveals the demise of larger engines in Irish cars. In the five years from 2007 to 2012 there has been a 72 per cent decrease in the number of vehicles registered with engines of 2.0-litre or larger capacity.

While demand for pre-2008 cars with larger engines is understandably low (due to high road tax), it may come as a surprise to note that the average engine size is reducing overall,...

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