Top 10 selling cars in Ireland right now

You may be surprised by what Irish people choose to drive around in. Well, we can confirm it for you below. Here is a countdown of the Top 10 cars sold in the country so far in 2016. Is your car on the list? Would you choose to buy any of these in the Top 10 list if you were going to buy brand new this year? Let us know. Price: €20,750
Engine size: 1.2l petrol
Positives: Hybrid offers low tax bill
Negatives: Rivals offer better value all around

Why is it selling so well? It’s Toyota isn’t it? But besides that there are so many positives about this car ranging from its consistency in driving to its five-year warranty. Price: From €13,500
Engine size: 1.6l petrol
Positives: Great economy and low CO2 emissions
Negatives: Sticky gearchange

Why is it selling so well? Renault is reliable too. It’s also a great value vehicle and has been very popular in Ireland for the past few years. 8 Nissan Qashqai Price: From €25,650
Engine size: 1.5 diesel
Positives: Modern design
Negatives: Too pricey for what it is

Why is it selling so well? It’s a perfect family car that is quite spacey for all the mod cons that come with being a parent. Price: From €18,995
Engine size: 1.4l petrol
Positives: Cheap to run…and buy
Negatives: The S Trim is very basic

Why is it selling so well? Skoda’s rise in popularity continues into 2016. Price is also a reason this sells so well. It’s reasonable for the type of car it is. Price: From €14,500
Engine size: 1.0l petrol
Positives: The extras are impressive
Negatives: The drive is disappointing

Why is it selling so well? Again, it comes with the Toyota reputation which should never been ignored. It’s not a great drive but it sells well because it’s reliable. Price: From €14,995
Engine size: 1.0l petrol
Positives: A great drive. Fun.
Negatives: Resale value is poor

Why is it selling so well? This is a super little car that many diss for no real reason. The people of Ireland rely on Ford. Price: From €20,000
Engine size: 1.4l petrol
Positives: Excellent refinement. Almost perfect.
Negatives: Boot is small by comparison to rivals.

Why is it selling so well? It’s still cool to be seen driving a Golf. This is the No.1 car for men aged 21-35. Price: From €20,995
Engine size: 1.3l petrol
Positives: Reliability. Reliability. Reliability.
Negatives: It remains a little bland in design.

Why is it selling so well? It always will. There are two big reasons; reliability and resale value. The Corolla will always be high on this list. Price: From €20,995
Engine size: 1.0l EcoBoost and 1.5l diesel
Positives: It’s a super drive in both models.
Negatives: The interior is quite cheap to look at.

Why is it selling so well? Again, it always will. The Focus has been high on this list since the turn of the century. Price: From €24,295
Engine size: 1.7l diesel
Positives: Strong performance.
Negatives: It’s quite noisy.

Why is it selling so well? Well, we’re a little stumped. The reviews were very average but the Irish population seem to disagree. It is a very strong performing car and is very spacious. The Irish love it. #Cars #Motor #Motors