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  • Subaru Launches Pre-Orders For BRZ

    Subaru has launched dealer and online pre-orders for its second generation BRZ sports car. The first details of the cult coupe’s Australian specification have been confirmed – with more to follow closer to estimated launch in December. Built exclusively at Subaru’s factory in Japan, the second generation BRZ will be…

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  • The New Kia Sportage Sets Tone For Next-Gen Family

    Developed on a new architecture, the all-new Sportage is deeply rooted in a mindset of constant reinvention. Under the new Kia brand and ‘Opposites United’ design philosophy, the fifth-generation Sportage once again brings an innovation that elevates the brand to the next level.  To create a dynamic, engaging and optimal…

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  • New Powertrain And Look For Mazda CX-30 And Mazda 3

    Mazda boosts customer choice with a new powertrain, new grades and added features to strengthen appeal of its award-winning Mazda CX-30 and Mazda3.  Building on the already feature-packed offering that has won both models praise and accolades, this update will see Mazda CX-30, 2021 Wheels Car of the Year, and…

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  • The New Ram 2500 Reports For Heavy Duty

    RAM Trucks Australia’s all-new RAM 2500 has officially arrived, a mighty truck that currently out-powers, out-tows and out-hauls every other pick-up available. Following the same design, homologation, and manufacture processes that the recent 1500 DT underwent – 50,000 hours of pre-build development hours; 80,000kms of rolling road testing; 50,000km of…

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  • New Models And Upgrades Planned For 2022 Isuzu D-Max Range

    Isuzu UTE Australia (IUA) is set to strengthen the Isuzu D-MAX 1-tonne ute portfolio with new variants, a new engine option and customer-driven upgrades for the upcoming 2022 (22MY) range. Due to arrive in Dealerships in the first-quarter of 2022, the updated 22MY D-MAX range is IUA’s most comprehensive starting…

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  • 2022 Palisade. Big SUV. Bigger Range

    Hyundai is proud to introduce the 2022 Palisade, now available in three value-packed trim grades, and due in dealerships from the start of September. The spacious, safe and luxurious 2022 Palisade range expands from the previous two grades to incorporate a new Elite mid-level variant, which slots between revised Palisade…

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  • The New 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander

    Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited (MMAL) has announced pricing and specification for the all-new 2022 Mitsubishi Outlander, the best-equipped vehicle the company has ever sold in Australia. Starting at $34,490 RRP. The Outlander Australians know has been reimagined and reinvented in every way. Mitsubishi’s all-new flagship boasts a newly developed platform…

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  • The Mercedes-Benz EQC Now Even More Attractive

    As Australians continue to embrace all-electric mobility, Mercedes-Benz is set to add another option to its local line-up, introducing a more affordable variant of its family-size all-electric SUV, the Mercedes-Benz EQC. The newly minted EQC 400 4MATIC achieves an enticing price point for the upcoming model year, following a specification…

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  • The New Renault Arkana Arrives In Australia

    The all-new Renault Arkana has arrived in Australia, further bolstering the strong start the brand has had since coming under the umbrella of the Ateco Group.  Already a proven success in Europe with well over 20,000 orders taken since March this year, the all-new Arkana is a no-compromise, new generation…

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  • Kona Electric – Now More Accessible Than Ever

    Hyundai Motor Company Australia has introduced the all-new 2021 Kona Electric “Standard Range”, and coinciding price reduction for the now renamed “Extended Range” powertrain variants. Sharing all the technology, safety and convenience features, of its Extended Range siblings, the new 100kW / 39.2kWh entry powertrain makes the groundbreaking Kona Electric…

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