Motorcheck introduces a 'new' New Car Search Engine

We're really excited to be launching our 'new' New Car Search Engine this bank holiday weekend. It's the first product of our recent partnership with Jato dynamics and gives consumers the ability to compare multiple makes and model of cars across a variety of different headings.
Helping consumers to make a more informed choice when buying a car is what is good at so we decided to see if there was anything we could do to help those of you looking to buy a new car as well as our car history customers.
Using our new service car buyers can search for a new car under headings that were never before available. For example, someone interested in a city runabout that’s cheap to fuel and tax could perform a search for any car in 'Band A' that does 'at least 60 miles per gallon'.
You can view and search every new car available in Ireland by its VRT band, price range, fuel economy, safety rating or warranty cover. You don’t have to have a specific make and model in mind - the search engine finds everything for you!

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Unique Feature

Another unique feature of the service is that Motorcheck visitors can leave comments on any particular car that interests them and we hope that over time this will become an invaluable resource for buyers who will be able to read the comments and feedback of other owners outlining their own personal experiences with the car.
As well as the innovative search engine the service provides detailed information on over 3,000 makes and model of cars. We've included with each listing vehicle pictures, pricing information, technical details and a complete list of standard specification. Videos are already available on a large number of the cars and plans are underway to include reviews from professional Irish journalists.

Every Make & Model in Ireland

Together with Jato our search engine includes every current make and model on sale in Ireland.
Why don't you give it a try and let us know what you think below?