Donal Byrne questions whether we can learn to love and trust the once beloved Alfa Romeo.
Years after Toyota started to embrace hybrid technology, other brands like Kia are finally following.
It has been a while coming and the changes are not radical but the new BMW 5 Series has arrived.
They say loves is found where you least expect it. For one couple, it was a shared interest behind the wheel of Ireland's oldest road-going Ford Fiesta.
BMW and GoCar have introduced the country's first electrically-powered cars for use on a rental or pay-as-you-go basis.
SEAT has joined the lengthy list of companies trying to catch up with NIssan's runaway success, the Qashqai.
Toyota today revealed details of its revised Corolla for next year. Prices start at €21,995
Audi has unveiled its new Q5 SUV at the Paris Motor Show, A sporty version of the A3 also joins the fleet.
Electric cars are still the way forward if the latest models at the Paris Motor Show are anything to go by. Our Motoring Editor, Donal Byrne, has the round-up from Paris.
A Co Waterford medical consultant, who lost his Ferrari in a deal for a dream McLaren sports car he never received, has been paid €55,000 by the dealer he sued, the High Court was told yesterday.
Toyota is set to launch a car that carries the burden of expectation. And the Nissan Qashqai is firmly in its sights.
Donal Byrne from RTÉ Motors was at The National Ploughing Championship in Screggan this year to discover what the latest trends in tractors are, what technology is being developed in Ireland, and what €300,000 could get you in a machine.
A new survey reveals that 73 per cent of people use their cars for storage. And another survey shows the most typical items to be found in Irish cars. So what exactly do drivers ferry around with them ? You may or may not be surprised.
Estate cars used to be the poor relation of car line-ups. Now they are appreciated more by those who need the extra load space. Leah Carroll compares the new Opel Astra estate with the Golf competitor from Volkswagen.
Richard Downes of RTÉ's Prime Time has been letting the car do the driving and asking what are the implications of driver-less cars on Irish roads and whether the law is keeping up with technology.