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On start-stop on a Nissan Juke, is it normal for the engine to completely cut out so you have to start it again through the ignition if you take your seat belt off?
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Lindsay Pidcock (Redditch ) - Wed, 16 Jan 2019 19:17
I notice in Spain that there are a pile of pre-registered cars labelled "zero km" being sold at a discount to get rid of stock before the WLTP regs come into effect. Has the same thing applied here? I haven't noticed it.
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Philip Donegan (Ballina) - Sat, 15 Sep 2018 13:40
I have a Volvo V40 D3 Pro Nav with Xenium Pack and Intellisafe Pro. Can the mph on the speedometer be easily changed to km/h or is it stuck on mph forever?
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by JOHN ROONEY (DUBLIN) - Thu, 09 Aug 2018 10:24
I am interested in buying a new Ford Fiesta; the model I am interested in is priced online at €20,150. One dealer in the Cork area quoted me €22,000 for the exact same thing, another quoted €21,395, making delivery charges €1,850 and €1,245 respectively. Audi quotes €650 delivery for the A1. Would you ask Ford Ireland for a comment and if it intends to do anything about it?
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Pat Mc Sweeney - Wed, 27 Jun 2018 15:47
What's the difference between a Volkswagen Passat and a Volkswagen Passat Sport? I have a Passat Sport and there don't seem to be many in Ireland. My car is a TSI 1.4 by the way.
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Alan Brady (Tallaght, Dublin) - Tue, 14 May 2013 13:15
Can my father change the Motability car he got in April 2017 due to my parents struggling to get in or out due to the car being too big for them? Both have mobility problems.
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Robert Fraser (Glasgow) - Tue, 26 Sep 2017 20:19
I have two questions:
1) What are the most sold cars in Ireland?
2) What is the pricing range for cars people are buying the most in Ireland?
Looking forward to hearing from you
Kind regards, Stan
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Stan Melnis (Dublin) - Tue, 16 Jul 2013 14:46
Can the speedo on the new Peugeot 3008 SUV be changed from mph to kph and back?
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by John Freeman (Newry) - Fri, 18 Aug 2017 17:31
I have recently purchased the 2013 4th generation Renault Clio. I bought this car in the UK, but am due to have an extended stay in Germany with the army shortly. I will be there approximately six months. I know when travelling abroad for long periods it is advisable to alter headlights. Could you advise if the 2013 Clio dCi Dynamique S Medianav has the ability to 'flat beam' headlights as I have been informed that this will be acceptable during my time there?
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Katie Howard (Portsmouth) - Fri, 10 Jan 2014 18:51
Thanks very much for your reply on fuel additives for a Skoda. In the normal event, it is probably the case that an engine doesn't get raced very often, and probably runs at fairly low revs most, if not all, of the time. Is there a benefit in running an engine, either petrol or diesel, from time to time at high revs and, if so, how often and for how long?
Your review of the Jaguar F-Type 2.0-litre was very interesting. I have one comment about the engine noise. There are times driving on a back road when it is a pleasure to hear an engine crackle and roar, but perhaps not always. I was driving along a long Spanish sea side resort behind an F-Type, where there were ramps and pedestrian crossings every couple of hundred yards. My thoughts were that one could quickly get tired of that roar every time the car started off again.
Perhaps, that's just me getting old and grumpy!
Filed under miscellaneous - Asked by Philip Donegan (Ballina) - Fri, 11 Aug 2017 01:46