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2020 Mitsubishi Pajero brings added safety, improved infotainment

Mitsubishi today announced the Australian arrival of its 2020 Pajero, which has been updated with added safety features and improved infotainment connectivity. The streamlined Pajero range now includes the GLX and GLS models, with the top-spec Exceed variant discontinued. “The authenticity and capability of the Pajero is what our customers …

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Distinctive Ford Ranger Sport special edition joins range

The new Ford Ranger Sport has been added to the 2019 Ford Ranger line-up, bringing with it a distinctive looks and equipment upgrades to set it apart from the rest of the range. Priced before on-road costs at $52,940 for the manual and $55,140 for the automatic, the Ranger Sport …

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2019 Toyota HiLux Rugged and Rugged X Review

What are they? Along with the Toyota Hilux Rogue, the HiLux Rugged and Rugged X are three new variants of the company’s (and Australia’s) best-selling vehicle. With the growing popularity of utes among private buyers, Toyota saw fit to inject more style and strength into the HiLux. And so the …

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2019 Suzuki Jimny GLX Manual Review

It’s refreshing to come across a car that’s focused and knows exactly what it was built to do rather than a jack of all trades that lacks identity. The 2019 Suzuki Jimny, like all of its predecessors, is built to get down and dirty off-road where it can take advantage …

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2019 Land Rover Discovery SD4 7 seats Review

Need to put more than 5 bums on seats in comfort? Buy a MPV or Multi Purpose Vehicle, right? Wrong. That was probably the right answer twenty years ago but in 2019, the SUV has become a MPV and anything in between, straddling every segment you can think of. Just …

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Reborn Suzuki Jimny launches in Australia from $23,990

The long awaited Suzuki Jimny will this Saturday return to Australian dealerships as part of a dual Australia Day launch alongside the new Suzuki Vitara. The all-new Jimny continues the core character of the one-and-only, small, lightweight 4X4 vehicle following nearly 50 years of worldwide popularity. Featuring a rugged exterior …

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2019 Jeep Wrangler pricing and specification confirmed

The new-generation Jeep Wrangler will hit Australian showrooms in early April, bringing a more contemporary design that remains authentic to the Wrangler’s iconic history, along with advanced safety and technological features. For the first time, the all-new Wrangler Rubicon is available with the option to house a 2.2-litre turbo diesel …

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2019 Isuzu MU-X LS-T Review – dated but competent

Over the course of the last ten years, Isuzu UTE Australia has proven itself to be the plucky little company that could go toe-to-toe with the biggest names in the biz with just a two model offering. The seven-seat Isuzu MU-X is the best example of this out of the …

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2018 Toyota HiLux Rugged X Review

Same but different – that’s the best way of describing the Toyota HiLux Rugged X, one of the three new variants of the country’s best-selling vehicle. Rather than giving the HiLux a traditional facelift or an unimaginative ‘special edition’ sticker pack, especially as lower grades go unchanged for 2018, the three …

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2019 Suzuki Jimny confirmed for Australia

The hotly anticipated 2019 Suzuki Jimny is now a surety for Australia, and more detailed specifications regarding the latest incarnation of the miniature off-roader have also been revealed. Expected to touch down in the first quarter of 2019, the new Jimny is the first reinvention of the model in 20 …

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2018 Jeep Compass Trailhawk Review

The SUV invasion is still well and truly in full swing where manufacturers continue to flood dealerships with hoards of the lumbering mechanised bland-mobiles. Most the brands are playing it safe and conservative, differences that separate one from the next continue to converge making it tough to pick a clear …

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Tougher and Torquier 2017 Isuzu D-MAX and MU-X launched

For 2017 the Isuzu D-MAX and MU-X are receiving a hefty collection of upgrades and improvements bulking the duo up for Australian driving conditions. The new 3.0-litre in-line 4 cylinder turbo diesel was developed exclusively for the Australian market after critical feedback was provided by current Isuzu owners. One of …

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