Ireland’s new-car sales climbed 5.8% in March to 14,426 units, leaving the first-quarter total up 14% to 47,996, compared with prior-year’s dismal result. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry’s latest data shows deliveries of light-commercial vehicles rose 8.7% to 1,572 units for a year-to-date total of 4,978, down fractionally from like-2010’s 5,018. Ford Ireland led new-car sales in March with 1,803 units, followed by Volkswagen Ireland (1,786), Toyota Ireland (1,523) and Renault ...

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