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Let’s not rush to judgment over SUVs on our streets

Let’s not rush to judgment over SUVs on our streets

The recent catastrophe in Berlin which claimed the lives of four pedestrians has redoubled scrutiny of SUVs, but that’s not the full story

Mitsubishi’s operation transformation

Mitsubishi’s operation transformation

VW charges forward with electric model at Frankfurt

VW charges forward with electric model at Frankfurt

The Frankfurt Motor Show’s star attraction this year was the Volkswagen ID.3 – the German giant’s much-anticipated electric car. Shane O’Donoghue reports

Audi brings sportiness to the Q3 range

Audi brings sportiness to the Q3 range

Audi has added the Sportback model to its Q3 family – but is that enough to give this machine the right image in the eyes of trendy buyers?

Drive towards electrification, or swerve to avoid for now?

Drive towards electrification, or swerve to avoid for now?

Everyone is talking about - and even searching for - electric cars; does that mean they’re the only choice?

New VW van range is primed to deliver

New VW van range is primed to deliver

Yet more understated Czech brilliance in ‘city SUV’ form

Yet more understated Czech brilliance in ‘city SUV’ form

Do we really need another crossover? When it comes to the Škoda Kamiq, with its effortless driving and countless small but ingenious touches, the answer is yes

DoneDeal’s depreciation data doesn’t take account of major range increases over last three years

DoneDeal’s depreciation data doesn’t take account of major range increases over last three years

Business owners are used to factoring depreciation of an asset into their calculations, but it’s not a cost that many regular motorists consider

A premium shuttle with electric appeal from Mercedes

A premium shuttle with electric appeal from Mercedes

The Mercedes-Benz EQV is the first product of the German company’s soon-to-be-expansive portfolio of fully electric vehicles to arrive in Ireland

For Mazda, the future’s orange

For Mazda, the future’s orange

The secret to the Mazda’s success is that it was a simple formula – or, if you are being less charitable, it was simply a case of the Japanese company copying a European idea and doing it better

Audi gets the keys to the Kingdom

Audi gets the keys to the Kingdom

Audi bucked a trend by launching its premium SUV update in Kerry, and the slick, spacious car did not disappoint, writes Shane O’Donoghue

Car-pooling is a great idea to cut down on congestion – in theory

Car-pooling is a great idea to cut down on congestion – in theory

As schools go back and commuting nightmares loom, we need to find a less flawed solution than car-sharing

Future is electric as Porsche nails colours to mast of low emissions

Future is electric as Porsche nails colours to mast of low emissions

The new Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid turns in some extraordinary numbers, both on the eco and performance sides, writes Matt Robinson

Who says they don’t make ’em like they used to?

Who says they don’t make ’em like they used to?

The legendary Renault 5 Turbo was the first turbocharged commercial car, but its maker uses the same technology today

Bavarians go electric

Bavarians go electric

BMW has been slow to start, but it has a number of all-electric vehicles on the way. In the meantime, its 330e plug-in hybrid is worth getting charged up about