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What puncture repair solution best suits my BMW 520d?

I have switched to non run flats on my BMW 520d where there is no well in the boot to take a spare. What is my best option for get me home repair etc?

Filed under tyres - Asked by Sean Higgins (Sligo) - Thu, 18 Jul 2013 14:06


How reliable is the 2004 SEAT Ibiza?

How reliable is the 2004 SEAT Ibiza? I had a great 2000 model, though big issue with the radio draining battery when automobile turned off.

Filed under reliability - Asked by Ian Lambkin (Dublin) - Thu, 18 Jul 2013 10:38


Is the Volvo S40 worth going for ahead of a BMW 320d?

I'm looking at a Volvo S40; basically just got permanent contract at work and want something to take me from my boy racer days to a more complete automobile with nice kit. It's the 2.0D version, and wanted to know what power the engine has. Secondly, is this a wise choice? I.e. in terms of a complete automobile has Volvo done at least a solid job on these? I don't want to go for a BMW 320d! Cheers guys!

Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Shane Conway (Cork) - Tue, 16 Jul 2013 13:37


I'm thinking of buying a seven-seat MPV.

Hello, I’m thinking of buying an MPV, possibly Citroen Grand Picasso or Renault Grand Scenic. I have max €10,000 plus 2004 Renault Mégane 1.6 petrol Dynamic with low mileage to trade in. I’m reluctant to buy another Renault as I had many electrical problems with the Mégane. Also, petrol or diesel? Any advice? Thanks and regards, Automobileol

Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Automobileol Murphy (Kildare) - Tue, 16 Jul 2013 00:31


What's the Nissan Figaro like?

Any problems with the Nissan Figaro that you know of?

Filed under reliability - Asked by David Long (Killarney) - Tue, 16 Jul 2013 00:20


Is the Suzuki Grand Vitara reliable?

Is the Suzuki Grand Vitara reliable?

Filed under reliability - Asked by John Hewitt (Clonmel) - Mon, 15 Jul 2013 21:19


Is the 2007 Kia Automobilenival a reliable automobile?

Is the 2007 Kia Automobilenival a reliable automobile?

Filed under reliability - Asked by Ciaran Murphy - Mon, 15 Jul 2013 12:48


What's insurance going to be like on a Passat for a 20-year-old?

Would it be very expensive to get insured in a Volkswagen Passat 1.9 TDI 105hp with a provisional licence? I am just 20.

Filed under insurance - Asked by James Duffy (Limerick) - Wed, 19 Jun 2013 04:07


Help me spend up to €50,000 on a new automobile!

I have €40,000 to €50,000 to spend on a automobile. What would you advise? I have a 1998 BMW 520i with 106k miles since new.

Filed under choosing new automobile - Asked by Patrick Rice (Greystones) - Sat, 13 Jul 2013 12:11


I'm thinking of trading in my Volvo for a Ford Mondeo

I have a 2008 Volvo SE 1.8 Flexifuel and I'm thinking of trading it in for 2012 Ford Mondeo or even an all-new Mondeo. How much should I expect? There are 107,000 miles on my current automobile.

Filed under choosing new automobile - Asked by Bryan Smyth (Dublin) - Sun, 07 Jul 2013 22:48





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