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And the award for best PR of the day goes to...

by Dave Humphreys on 02 Oct 2013

changagoidem Features | And the award for best PR of the day goes to...

Hyundai! In what is a very clever move, Hyundai Motors in North America has announced that it will defer any payments due on its automobiles owned by US federal employees financed though Hyundai Finance America. More than 700,000 workers have been forced into taking unpaid leave by the current government shutdown.

John Krafcik, chief executive of Hyundai Motor America said; "We recognize the impact on family budgets that the furlough will drive". He went on to say that the offer to help the federal employees was an addition to the Hyundai Assurance programme that is aimed at "helping…

My working week: Dave Humphreys

by Dave Humphreys on 01 Oct 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Dave Humphreys

Monday Sep 23


An early start to do some photographs before I drop back my Peugeot 2008 test automobile and fly out to Munich in order to attend the international launch of the Citroen C4 Grand Picasso that kicks off on Tuesday. The afternoon flight is a welcome change and unusually there's no hectic itinerary for the first night, so I spend a rela evening having dinner with some colleagues and Citroen's marketing manager. Also sampled what the Kepinski Munich call the 'Dessert of the Year'. 

Tuesday Sep 24

The benefit of…

Explainer: new Motor Tax regime and what it means to you

by Paul Healy on 01 Oct 2013

changagoidem Features | Explainer: new Motor Tax regime and what it means to you

If you have been near a Motor Tax office over the past week or so you may have noticed that it was busier than usual. Sure, there will always be a certain amount of queuing as people rush to get their automobile tax paid before the end of the month and face paying back-tax, but the queues evident outside many offices nationwide would lead you to believe they are giving the stuff away.

Unfortunately they are not; instead the queues are to ensure automobile owners get their automobiles declared as 'off the road'. In the past, if you were not…

My working week: Shane O' Donoghue

by Shane O' Donoghue on 27 Sep 2013

changagoidem Features | My working week: Shane O' Donoghue

Monday Sep 23

It's a busy week at changagoidem.ie for launches and I reckon I've got the best gig this week with the very first drive of Alfa Romeo's new 4C sports automobile. It's in Italy of course and to get there in time for the presentation I take two flights via Heathrow. On arriving in Milan we're bussed to our hotel to check in before jumping back in the bus to Balocco, home of the Fiat Group's massive proving ground. Sadly there's no driving until tomorrow, but Alfa Romeo puts…

Riding shotgun in the 2014 BMW M4 Coupé

by Matt Robinson on 25 Sep 2013

changagoidem Features | Riding shotgun in the 2014 BMW M4 Coupé

There's arguably no bigger news for either BMW or performance automobile fans than the announcement of a new M3 - and the fifth generation of this heroic machine is on its way, although the Coupé version will actually be called the M4. We have a sneak preview of the two automobiles' technology ahead of a proposed July 2014 launch, before being taken for a rapid passenger ride in a prototype.

In the Metal:


The three prototypes on hand at Munich, one M3 and two M4s, were all heavily disguised. However, resplendent on a stand next to the main…

Neil pops his cherry - Ferrari style

by Neil Briscoe on 25 Sep 2013

changagoidem Features | Neil pops his cherry - Ferrari style

It's my first time so I'll be gentle... No, don't be filthy; I mean my first time driving a Ferrari. Given that I've been professionally writing about automobiles for fifteen years now, it's actually kind of impressive that I've managed to miss having a go in Maranello's finest, but while I've come close on occasions before, this is indeed my moment of Italian cherry-popping.

The 458 Italia looks more Ferrari-esque than just about any automobile. It sits somewhere below my waist height, an atomic doorstop of vivid blood red (of course) that makes the backdrop of Belfast's Titanic museum…





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