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Does size matter?

Does size matter?

Size matters, as does weight. We need to start curtailing our appetite for fuel-hungry, space-hogging hunks of metal

Hyundai swells its N ranks, but will Ireland get it?

Hyundai swells its N ranks, but will Ireland get it?

A new Fastback version of the i30 N should look sharp, so let’s hope Ireland benefits from Hyundai’s new performance addiction, writes Liam Shard

Senna supercar lives up to its name

Senna supercar lives up to its name

The new limited edition McLaren offers a sublime driving experience, but it’s not for the faint-hearted, writes Shane O’Donoghue

A vehicle fit for a Pope?

A vehicle fit for a Pope?

Pope Francis plans to travel around Ireland in a Skoda Rapid: a humble choice, but with great legroom

Hyundai puts more beauty in the beast

Hyundai puts more beauty in the beast

The new Santa Fe courts the premium market, offering exceptional quality to match its show-car looks

BMW pulls off the impossible dream

BMW pulls off the impossible dream

The M2 is a stunning performance car, but the Competition version is somehow even better, writes Matt Robinson

How to put the brakes on speed merchants

How to put the brakes on speed merchants

If Shane Ross wants to bring in tougher penalties for dangerous speeding, he should first make sure the limits are appropriate

What’s in a name for new Kia Ceed?

What’s in a name for new Kia Ceed?

The Korean carmaker has tidied up its signature hatchback in a big way, writes Dave Humphreys

Enjoy your driving, as  it’s all about the journey

Enjoy your driving, as it’s all about the journey

The youth of today have far less interest in cars than their forebears did. Do they simply see motoring as an unnecessary pursuit?

More updates for accomplished Mazda6

More updates for accomplished Mazda6

Mazda gives its 6 saloon yet another round of updates, and it remains one of the best cars in its class, writes Nick Maher

Ford sharpens its focus on hatchback segment

Ford sharpens its focus on hatchback segment

The new Ford Focus comes in more choices than ever before, but which is best?

New Honda CR-V skips the black pump

New Honda CR-V skips the black pump

The Japanese giant takes the no-diesel plunge with its new CR-V, but will SUV buyers be happy to go back to petrol power, asks Liam Shard

Car-buying habits changing at speed

Car-buying habits changing at speed

A study to find out how much money Irish people are spending on new cars has unearthed some fascinating results

Can Peugeot stage a saloon comeback?

Can Peugeot stage a saloon comeback?

Peugeot has brought out a heavy hitter to face off against the luxury German motors, but can it really hold back the tide of demand for SUVs, asks Matt Robinson

Honda shows off a back catalogue in mint condition

Honda shows off a back catalogue in mint condition

Matt Robinson had the chance to touch a relic of the true cross – the NSX driven by Ayrton Senna himself – among other delights at a Honda heritage day