“The health of our nation is the overriding priority. The Motor Industry will assist the State in any way we can during this pandemic. While showrooms, service and other activities within the Industry are closed, members are available to assist in emergency call-out or delivery services. This will be vital in keeping essential and emergency services moving. "
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today released their official new vehicle statistics. New car registrations for February were down 7.7% (13,915) when compared to February 2019 (15,069). Registrations year to date are also down 4.9% (45,096) on the same period last year (47,439).
The SIMI Irish Motor Industry Awards in partnership with sponsor Bank of Ireland Finance, took place at the Clayton Hotel in Dublin last night. Oliver Callan announced the accolades in front of over 700 senior Motor Industry figures.
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), today released the official 201 new vehicle registration figures for January along with their Motor Industry Review Update 2020. New cars registrations for January are down 3.5% (31,251) when compared to January 2019 (32,370). Light Commercial vehicles (LCV) are up 2.1% (5,666) compared to January last year (5,548). HGV (Heavy Goods Vehicle) registrations are showing an increase of 8.8% (385) in comparison to January 2019 (354).
New vehicle registration statistics were release today, by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI). The stats show that the total new car registrations for the month of November are up 19.2% (769) when compared with November 2018 (645). New car registrations year to date are down 7% (116,888) on the same period last year (125,529).
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) today release their official new vehicle registration statistics, which show that the total new car registrations for October are up 29.3% (2,184) when compared with October 2018 (1,689). New car registrations year to date are down 7.0% (116,129) on the same period last year (124,884).