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Next Generation Commodore tuned for Australian roads

Holden’s engineering team are wrapping up their steering and suspension tuning in order to ensure the next generation Commodore is capable of tackling the rougher tougher Australian roads it’ll call home. It was through the Victorian Alps that the engineering team managed to collectively clock up over 100,000 kilometers of …

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Nissan introduces Navara N-Sport Black Edition

The N-SPORT Black Edition sits at the peak of Nissan’s Navara lineup, only available on the top spec Navara ST-X Dual Cab 4×4, the N-SPORT Black Edition combines black styled elements in a limited run of 500 units. Settings the N-SPORT Black Edition apart from the ST-X is the inclusion …

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NSW Highway Patrol to challenge modified cars at WTAC

Yes, that’s right. The NSW Highway Patrol have entered one of their squad cars into the upcoming 2017 World Time Attack Challenge. Pitting against highly modified cars in the Turbosmart Flying 500 event at Sydney Motorsport Park, the NSW Police squad car will not be a ‘regular’ FPV Falcon, this one’s …

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2017 Toyota Yaris ZR Review

We’ve had the Starlet, the Echo and now we’re more than familiar with the Yaris, Toyota’s pint sized entry into the compact car market which has just been refreshed to remain a valid choice for P platers and Grandma’s alike. I was never a big fan of the original Yaris, …

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BMW to produce all electric MINI in UK despite Brexit concerns

The new battery-electric MINI will begin production in 2019 alongside petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid models. BMW has just confirmed that the battery-electric version will be a variation of the core 3 door model and plan a production run of four years. While drivetrain production will be located to the …

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Mercedes-Benz X-Class Premium Pickup details revealed

The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is the German auto giant’s entry into the lifestyle ute market that is predicted to grow to globally. By blending European refinement and luxury with the predominantly industrial focused ute platform Mercedes are aiming to produce a Premium Pickup to capture the growing market. “The high level …

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Next-Generation 2018 Honda Accord unmasked

Honda has taken the wraps off of the 2018 Accord, one of the most popular and therefore important vehicles in their line-up. On looks alone the next generation Accord will polarise opinion with the large horizontal chrome strip extending from each of the centrally recessed headlights. The same design language …

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2017 Toyota C-HR Koba AWD Review

There’s no question that Toyota knows how to build a solid, reliable and sensible selection of cars. You don’t become top dog in the automotive manufacturing business by taking giant risks on every new design; it’s the conservative well thought out approach that’s proven to sell. The reason behind their …

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