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Higher demand for new cars

Industry chiefs predicting 150,000 registrations in 2016

10th January, 2016

A data study by vehicle history experts has revealed that 130,000 vehicles will leave the fleet in Ireland in the coming year, opening up the possibility of higher demand for new cars than previously thought.

Senior management across the motor industry have already conservatively predicted a registrations tally for 2016 of approximately 150,000 cars. And believes demand could be even stronger. According to John Byrne, of “If the industry is predicting new...

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