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  • Hyundai Launches Car Subscription Service Powered By Carly

    As we begin to emerge into a brave new world, the ability to adapt and have clear vision is critical. Hyundai is leading the way as it pushes towards its bold vision of becoming the Smart Mobility Solution Provider of the future, recently adding Carly Car Subscription and a click-to-buy…

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  • Carly Appoints New Chief Operating Officer

    Carly, the Australian car subscription service, has appointed Ben Hershman as its Chief Operating Officer (COO). As COO, Ben will be responsible for leading the sales, operations and product teams to expand the demand for consumer and business car subscriptions and deliver new revenue channels for automotive dealers, manufacturers and…

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  • The New 2021 Nissan Juke

    The exciting SUV that defined a whole new vehicle segment is back to reinvent it, with the all-new Nissan JUKE ready to launch in Australia. Combining a powerful yet efficient new engine, a stylish and spacious interior, and a bold, youthful design, the all-new Nissan JUKE once again delivers on…

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  • Shop For Cars Simplifies Buying From Car Dealerships

    Officially launching on 14th May 2020, Shop for Cars is a brand new dealership-only vehicle listings website designed to connect car buyers directly with reputable dealerships around the country. To begin with, over 10,000 cars have been listed on the website. Shop for Cars is the ideal new website for…

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  • Jeep Announces S-Limited To MY20 Cherokee Line-Up

    Jeep Australia has refreshed its Jeep Cherokee line-up, with the addition of the all-new Jeep Cherokee S-Limited available now. The Jeep Cherokee S-Limited, features a refined design with premium body colour cladding, Granite Crystal seven-slot Jeep grille, exclusive Granite Crystal 19-inch alloy wheels and black exterior badging. The S-Limited offers…

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  • The 2021 Nissan Juke Awarded Five-Star ANCAP Rating

    The all-new Nissan JUKE will arrive in Australia with top safety honours, with the soon-to-launch SUV receiving a five-star ANCAP safety rating. The impressive result follows comprehensive testing overseas, where Euro NCAP also awarded the JUKE a full five-star safety rating. Praising the JUKE as an “all-round safety performer”, ANCAP…

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  • FCAI Says Non-Genuine Parts Risk Chassis Safety

    As part of the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) initiative, Genuine is Best, the FCAI has performed testing on non-genuine utility tray bodies, finding that it can cause significant damage to the original vehicle and compromise its safety. The organisation said OEM testing of two non-genuine utility tray bodies…

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  • VW T-Cross And Electric Audi e-tron Enter Local Market With Five-Stars

    Australasia’s leading independent vehicle safety authority, ANCAP SAFETY, has today published five-star ANCAP safety ratings for two new models – the Volkswagen T-Cross and Audi e-tron. Following their release into the European market and subsequent testing last year, locally-specified models have achieved strong scores across all key areas of assessment.…

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  • Škoda Confirms Kodiaq RS For Australia

    The arrival of ŠKODA’s most exciting performance model yet is the result of countless hours of work by ŠKODA’s Australian technical team, who collaborated with the factory in the Czech Republic to reset the market’s technical category for Australia. Previously designated as a ‘hot and dusty’ climate, Australia has now…

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  • Peugeot Sharpens 308 Range

    Peugeot Australia announces its revised 308 range for 2020, featuring an all-new Petrol drivetrain of its existing 308 Touring Sportswagon and a sharp nationwide recommended driveaway pricing structure. Joining the line-up is the new 308 GT-Line, the first time the nomenclature has been used for 308 in Australia. Reflecting Australia’s taste…

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