Sales of people carriers are continuing to grow

Underlining how Irish car buyers continue to move away from the traditional saloon and hatchback segments, sales of people carriers, or MPVs, are growing every year.

10th March, 2007

Underlining how Irish car buyers continue to move away from the traditional saloon and hatchback segments, sales of people carriers, or MPVs, are growing every year.

The beginning of 2007 is no exception, with numbers up from 5,895 units last year to 6,558 vehicles this year.

As new models always attract buyers more strongly than existing models, this time sales are in the larger, seven-seater sub-segment, where the Ford non-identical twins of S-Max and Galaxy take pride of...

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