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Motoring Press Releases

SIMI through its Press Office keeps the public informed about the views and activities of the Irish Motor Industry by maintaining close contact with all sectors of the media.

If you have any media enquiries, please contact Teresa Noone PR & Marketing Manager at tnoone@simi.ie or call 087/7928844. or 01/6761690

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Official statistics released today by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that new car registrations for the month of November at 748 were down 192 cars (20%) compared to November 2015 (940) while total new car sales are up 17% (146,175) ahead on the same period last year (124,460).

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The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today issued the official 162 car sales figures for the month of September which saw 162 registrations decrease by -1.4% (4,698) compared to September 2015 (4,766). Total New car registrations year to date are up 18% (143,205) ahead on the same period last year (120,961).

Light Commercial Vehicles (LCV) are up 20% (26,171) year to date, while the month of September has seen a slight increase of 3% (1,634) in comparison to the same month last year (1,582). Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV) registrations, have recorded a 16% increase for the month of September (213) 2016 when compared to September last year (184), with registrations up 38% year to date (2,646). 

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Today the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) issued the official 162 car registrations for the month of August showing an increase of 14% (7,313) when compared to August 2015 (6,400), while the total new car sales are up 19% (138,538) compared to the same period last year (116,195).

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The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today issued the official 161 car sales figures for the first half of the year. New car registrations were up + 23% (101,338) ahead on the same period last year (82,337) while the month of June saw an increase of 12% (1,626) compared to June 2015 (1,448).

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Motor Industry proposes ‘Swappage’ which would create 2,200 jobs and generate €129 million for Exchequer

 

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