New-car sales in Ireland continued their downward spiral in October, with deliveries plummeting 51.8% to 1,569 units. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry says the latest report puts the 10-month total up just 2.6% to 88,744 units. Only five brands managed to sell in triple figures for the month as Volkswagen topped the list with 236 units, ahead of Toyota (210), Renault (192), Opel (157) and Ford (118). Toyota leads the Irish new-car market year-to-date, selling 11,486 units to ...

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