Ireland’s new-car sales jumped 19.6% in August to 3,698 units as momentum from the introduction of midyear number-plate updates continued to boost the market. The Society of the Irish Motor Industry data shows year-to-date results still were down 7.7%, to 68,544 units, despite the sharp rise in demand in the past two months. SIMI Director General Alan Nolan says July, up 162%, and August accounted for 22% of new-car deliveries so far this year, compared with 10% in ...

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