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Five of the best convertibles in Ireland

by on 12 Aug 2018

Complete Car Features | Five of the best convertibles in Ireland

1 - Mazda MX-5

The MX-5 is the answer to the great question of 'what is the sweetest car in the world to drive?' It comes with fabulous steering and chassis balance and enough power to have fun without running foul of the law. Near to perfect.

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2 - Ford Mustang Convertible

It's sill OK to like American things, right? The Mustang is big, bold, brash and a touch crude, but lots of good, wholesome fun. The 2.3 EcoBoost model is surprisingly practical, but the big, thirsty 5.0 V8…

Pininfarina to launch sustainable hypercar

by Dave Humphreys on 20 Jul 2018

Complete Car Features | Pininfarina to launch sustainable hypercar

Pininfarina has long had an association with designing some of the world's most desirable cars. Following its acquisition by the Mahindra Group in 2015, the company set about making plans to become a car maker in its own right. Now, Pininfarina Automobili is working on its own electric hypercar, and it has teased the first design sketches that give a sense of what to expect. To get a better insight into the PF0 (pronounced PF zero), we sat down with company CEO, Michael Perschke, and Chief Design Officer, Luca Borgogno.

The initial design sketches serve as a teaser of what…

The Power of Dreams, by Honda

by Matt Robinson on 17 Jul 2018

Complete Car Features | The Power of Dreams, by Honda

There can't be many automotive manufacturers with a back catalogue of products as varied, technically intriguing and downright exciting as this collection of cars. The array of greatness laid out before us is a selection of some of the machines that reside within the heritage fleet belonging to Honda UK, and the team tasked with looking after these noble veterans was good enough to let us have some time behind the wheels of their cherished possessions. So here's how our day rifling through Honda's history books went...

THE CIVICS: 1, 6 and 10

Starting with Honda's long-serving hatchback, the company…

Don't kill diesel yet

by Neil Briscoe on 05 Jul 2018

Complete Car Features | Don't kill diesel yet

Car sales are down in the UK. OK, so maybe that's not dramatic news; after all, car sales are down here too. The fall in car sales across the Irish Sea, though, is being fuelled by one thing above all else. On top of worries over the outcome of the Brexit 'negotiations' (quote marks author's own) and a generally weaker British economy, the dramatic dropoff in diesel sales has dragged the UK car market down.

Car sales in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland declined by 3.5 per cent in June, year-on-year, and are down by 6.3 per cent overall…

All the 182 registration offers in one place

by on 19 Jun 2018

Complete Car Features | All the 182 registration offers in one place

Here you'll find easy links to individual news stories on all of the 182 registration period finance and scrappage offers reported on CompleteCar.ie to date (If we've missed any, please do let us know).

BMW announces 182 offers 
So, if you're thinking of buying a new BMW this 182-registration period (and why wouldn't you be?) there's some very good news. BMW Ireland is offering a nine per cent price cut across the range, for orders put in before the 30th of September.

Citroen van scrappage…

The perfect car for hot weather?

by Neil Briscoe on 29 May 2018

Complete Car Features | The perfect car for hot weather?

The temperature gauge has hit 25 degrees Celsius and my city is in crisis. Pets are spontaneously exploding, outdoor swimming pools (alright, pool) are (is) running dry and kettles are useless as they're unable to increase the temperature of the water coming out of the tap. Sun cream suppliers have declared a state of emergency.

OK, so maybe it's not that hot, but at the time of writing, we're in the midst of the traditional Irish exam-time heatwave and, for just this few days, we get to be proper Europeans. Sitting outside when we go to the pub, or the…