Avatar Patrick McDonald Jun 13 in Articles

The all-new SEAT Tarraco has caught the eyes of many having just been released to the market this year. SEAT’s most premium car to date arrives at a starting price of €34,700 and is priced competitively against the Skoda Kodiaq and Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace. Interestingly, all three models sit under the Volkswagen Group’s banner. However,Continue reading

Avatar Patrick McDonald May 30 in Articles

Having been crowned the Irish Car of the Year 2019, the XC40 is one of the most popular additions to the Volvo family. Stylish inside and out the XC40 is Volvo’s interpretation of the compact SUV. At a starting price of around €37,000, Volvo aims to compete competitively against premium brands such as Mercedes, Audi,Continue reading

Avatar Patrick McDonald May 30 in Articles

A global leader in the motor market, Hyundai have witnessed substantial growth over the last number of years and are now following the small crossover craze with their new Hyundai Kona. We got to test drive the Kona 1 litre petrol to find out how this compact SUV performs on the road. The Kona currentlyContinue reading

Avatar Patrick McDonald May 28 in Articles

Dynamic yet practical, the V60 is a true Volvo interpretation of a family estate car. The V60 promises practicality as well as extended boot space for those who need extra storage space. Volvo’s ‘V Series’ is a collection of hatchbacks and estate vehicles, which offers an array of mainstream and premium cars. The V60 competes againstContinue reading

Avatar Patrick McDonald May 24 in Articles

The all-new SEAT Arona has become one of the more recent additions to the SUV market. This compact crossover’s design originates from the SEAT Ibiza but manufactured to meet the rising demand for SUV vehicles. The Arona contends against the likes of the Hyundai Kona, Kia Stonic and Renault Captur. What makes the Arona anContinue reading