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Ireland Market Research

Mintel’s market research reports let you think global but act local with Ireland-specific titles across all key categories and industries. Our world-leading research and analysis gives you detailed data on all Ireland’s major business sectors and unrivalled insights into how Irish consumers think, choose, browse and buy – today and tomorrow.

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  1. Car Insurance - Ireland - May 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2019
    • Ireland

    "Despite reductions in premiums, the cost of car insurance both for NI and RoI motorists remains high by historical standards. As a result, consumers have a heightened focus on doing whatever they can to get the cheapest possible premium. This may herald a period of more ...

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  2. Automotive Retailing - Ireland - April 2019

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2019
    • Ireland

    “Growing negativity around diesel vehicles will see manufacturers produce fewer diesel cars in the coming years and more alternative-fuelled vehicles as eco-conscious consumers increasingly switch to cleaner-fuelled cars to reduce their carbon footprint and play their part in ...

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  3. Car Insurance - Ireland - May 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2018
    • Ireland

    “Even though motor insurance premiums have largely moderated in NI and declined quite significantly in RoI over the past 12 months, the cost of car insurance remains far higher than it was even four or five years ago. RoI consumers, in particular, are unhappy with the cost of ...

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  4. Automotive Retailing - Ireland - April 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2018
    • Ireland

    “Despite low levels of ownership in 2017, sales of Alternative-fuel Vehicles (AFVs) such as hybrids or electric cars continue to see year-on-year increases as Irish consumers become increasingly concerned with maximising fuel efficiency and minimising car running costs.”

    - Brian O’

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  5. Car Insurance - Ireland - May 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2017
    • Ireland

    "Having experienced almost explosive growth over the past couple of years as a result of very significant price increases, the private car insurance market is in line for more moderate year-on-year growth over the coming years. For the most part, growth in the sector will stem ...

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  6. Automotive Retailing - Ireland - April 2017

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2017
    • Ireland

    “The Brexit’s effects can already be felt on both sides of the borders, with new car registration levels in the year to date down compared to 2016. Further to this, the shift in the £/€ exchange rate has seen a surge in RoI consumers importing used cars from NI and the wider UK.”

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  7. Automotive Retailing - Ireland - April 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2016
    • Ireland

    “Safety is an important consideration for Irish consumers when buying a car. Introducing innovative safety features such as night vision and pedestrian detection can help car manufacturers to boost the appeal of their brands to consumers and reduce the number of accidents, ...

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  8. Car Insurance - Ireland - May 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2015
    • Ireland

    “The legal obligation to have car insurance has enabled the Irish car insurance sector to emerge relatively unscathed from the recent economic downturn. However, it also impacts upon the way in which Irish consumers perceive both the product and the providers. Obligatory ...

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  9. Automotive Retailing - Ireland - April 2015

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2015
    • Ireland

    “Moving forward, as new car registrations increase, and the level of income consumers save declines, it could fuel a massive increase in the level of credit options sought for buying a new or used car.”
    – Brian O’Connor, Production Manager

    This report answers the following key ...

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  10. Automotive Retailing - Ireland - April 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2014
    • Ireland

    “Along with the rising cost of learning to drive, the high motor insurance premiums for consumers aged 16-24 likely explains why they are the least likely to personally own a car. As such, new car dealerships could consider offering one year’s free insurance for consumers in ...

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