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How reliable is the Volkswagen Polo 1.0-litre petrol? Cost running this basic automobile?
Filed under reliability - Asked by Erwin Meurs - Sun, 26 May 2013 20:52
Re Honda CR-V 2000 - 2003: was there a model upgrade in that period? Anything I should look out for?
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Dan Devane (Tralee) - Thu, 23 May 2013 12:47
Just wondering how reliable and enjoyable to own a 2009 Honda Civic 1.4 would be. Have driven Mazdas, Toyotas and a Ford Focus - any comparisons?
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Eamonn Connolly (Naas) - Mon, 27 May 2013 15:15
Is the BMW X3 due for a facelift any time soon? Any idea what will be done?
Filed under future automobiles - Asked by Martin Moroney (Dublin) - Thu, 30 May 2013 15:43
Can you tell me how economical the BMW X3 is in diesel, four-wheel drive (xDrive) guise?
Filed under fuel economy and emissions - Asked by Patsy Whelan (Automobilelow) - Thu, 30 May 2013 10:19
I had four Skoda Fabias in the last 16 years, never had any problems, but I am looking for a slighly bigger automobile. I like the Hyundai i30 and going to buy a year old next week. Is this a good move? I like the long warranty.
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Stuart Clarke (Moville) - Thu, 30 May 2013 09:13
I'm thinking of buying a mid-sized SUV and have narrowed my choice down to a BMW X3, Audi Q5 and the Range Rover Evoque. The Range Rover has the pedigree, but to be honest, I'm not going to do serious off-roading, I just want to cope with difficult weather conditions that sometimes crop up down the country and drive on the odd muddy track. Also, I understand the mpg figures quoted for the Evoque are a bit optimistic and to be honest, I can't but feel that the Evoque looks a bit girly!
The BMW ticks a lot of boxes, but seems a bit dated. I'm leaning to the Q5; it looks the part, has a decent engine, recent upgrade and seems to be a good all-rounder. Can you give any advice on choosing between the three? Also, I'm thinking of going automatic and again I was wondering if you had any advice in that department?
Filed under choosing new automobile - Asked by Martin Moroney (Dublin) - Thu, 30 May 2013 08:47
I am after a good 4x4 for work, the vehicle will see a lot of hill-climbing but not too much bad off-roading. I am looking at a 2008 Land Rover Discovery. I have to say it is like new, but for the mileage I will do (i.e. 500+ per week), do you think it'll be reliable? If not what would you recommend?
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Donal Haslam (Rhode, Offaly) - Mon, 27 May 2013 15:41
What do you think about the 2006 Nissan Pathfinder Extreme Elegance model?
Filed under choosing used automobile - Asked by Niall Automobilety (Letterkenny) - Mon, 27 May 2013 20:04
Could you give me an assessment of Skoda's automobiles for reliability, comfort and economy?
Filed under choosing new automobile - Asked by Celsus Fennell (Dublin) - Mon, 27 May 2013 21:14