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Dodge Challenger coming to Australia?
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Dodge Challenger coming to Australia?

Yes! Its official the Dodge Challenger is no longer just a concept car! Chrysler Group President and CEO Tom LaSorda has announced that the Dodge Challenger will return to production, in left-hand–drive, after a nearly 35-year hiatus sparking hopes that the muscle car may come to Australia. The all-new Dodge Challenger, will debut in the United States in 2008...


Renault Megane Phase II (2)
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Renault Megane Phase II (2)

Renault has released the latest Mégane range in a variety of three body types - Hatch, Sedan and Coupe-Cabriolet, as well as the high performance Mégane Renault Sport versions. Renault has cut down the range of Meganes on offer for simplicities sake, Mégane's original offering of 24 variants has been reduced to just 12...


Honda Odyssey 2006 facelift
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Honda Odyssey 2006 facelift

Honda has revised the popular Odyssey family wagon with a bold new look part of Honda's mid-life facelift. A new grille, revised front and rear bumpers, new rear lights and indicators mounted in the side mirrors are the new cosmetic changes for the class leading people mover...


Mercedes Benz GL 320 CDI and GL 500
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Mercedes Benz GL 320 CDI and GL 500

Today Mercedez Benz Australia confirmed the arrival of the new Mercedes Benz GL 320 CDI and the Mercedes Benz GL 500 in November (2006). The V6 diesel GL 320 CDI and petrol GL 500 will be available at market launch with the GL 450 following in the first quarter of 2007. The entry level GL 320 CDI delivers 165 kW, and 510 Newton meters of torque...


Modern Car Marketing
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Modern Car Marketing

Jaguar has taken Car Marketing to a new level. The new "Gorgeous Marketing Campaign" has raised a few eyebrows around the world. The idea is simple, Jaguar will give you a brand new Jaguar XKs if they believe you suit their image. If you are rich, succesful, and have that kind of lifestyle that makes the rest of the world jelous and Jaguar thinks highly of you, you will get a Jaguar XKs to drive around for a while, free of charge...


Toyota Camry 2007
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Toyota Camry 2007

Toyota launched the new Camry on the weekend. Not much detail is available at the moment, but I have to say, from the picture provided by Toyota, the car doesn't look very different from the model that it is replacing. “I am confident that this is the best car ever built by Toyota in Australia,” Toyota CEO, Mr Okada said...


Bugatti Veyron Speed
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Bugatti Veyron Speed

The Bugatti Veyron is not only the most expensive road car in the world (at $1.24 million USD) but it is by far the fastest. If the 0-100km/hour wasn't fast at 2.8 seconds, and if 0-160km/hr (0-100miles) wasn't good enough in 5.5 seconds, then perhaps the fact that it can get to 160km/hour, and back to a complete stop in 9.9 seconds should raise a few eyebrows...


Nissan 350Z GT-S Concept
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Nissan 350Z GT-S Concept

The Nissan Technical Centre Europe has come out with a beauty of a car. If the 350Z wasn't sexy and fast already, the boys at Nissan have decided to strap a supercharger to it, raising the power to 382bhp and increasing the torque to 313lb. Current figures say the car will get to 100km/hr around 4.8 seconds...


Car of the future

This clip is from an old TopGear episode some years back and it has recently popped up on the net. Worth a look if you feel like the car industry hasn't really moved forward in the last 50 years. Wish these models would actually go into production.


Used Car Safety Ratings 2006
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Used Car Safety Ratings 2006

Melbourne's Monash University has conducted the Used Car Safety Ratings for 2006...


4WDs a safety hazard
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4WDs a safety hazard

More and more research shows that 4WDs are a safety hazard and a threat to drivers of other vehicles. A recent study conducted by Melbourne's Monash University has concluded that not only are 4WDs the most agressive vehicles on the road but they also cause the most fatal accidents (generally killing the occupants of the car they hit)...


Holden Ethanol Labelling

GM Holden announced that they will begin applying an "E10 suitable" label to their imported vehicles from July 1, 2006. The label is there to assures new Holden vehicle owners they can use fuel blended with up to 10 per cent ethanol without causing damage or voiding warranty to their vehicle...


2007 BMW X3 Release Date
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2007 BMW X3 Release Date

As is the case with movies, music, technology and most things in general, in Australia we don't ever get what we want first, or even at the same time as everyone else. Its generally pretty darn late. In Europe BMW have officially released pictures of the 2007 BMW X3. In Australia, BMW has officially released.. nothing...


Subaru Quality & Reliability
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Subaru Quality & Reliability

I mentioned earlier this month how a German survey had found Subarus as the least likely vehicle to breakdown, this was a great achievement for the upcoming Japanese brand. To add to this, our friendly neighbours in New Zealand have rated Subaru as having the highest quality and reliability of all car brands! Subaru ranked first for quality and reliability, with 894 points, ahead of Honda (891) and Toyota (875)...


Toyota Corolla 2006 upgrades
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Toyota Corolla 2006 upgrades

Toyota has improved the already successful Toyota Corolla with more safety features and better value for money. The Toyota Corolla has been fighting for Australia's best selling car title with the Holden Commodore and from the latest figures it seems that the Corolla is ahead of the old and soon to be replaced Holden Commodore...