Adam shows his sporty side
The new Opel Adam S could be the sportiest way to nip around town
Bargain basement city cars are not all that popular in Ireland. Buyers here, even those that do the vast majority of their driving in urban environs, prefer the space and status that comes with a larger vehicle.
Not only that, but many of us that live and work in Dublin in particular have family elsewhere in the country, so the car that is used solely for commuting and short hops around town during the week...
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