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2017 Kia Cerato pricing and specifications
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2017 Kia Cerato pricing and specifications

The facelifted third-generation 2017 Kia Cerato hatch and sedan line-up has launched in Australia this week, complete with a fresh look, more standard equipment and the addition of active safety features on upper-spec variants. For the 2017 model year, the Cerato retains its four-strong model range, consisting of S, S Premium, Si and SLi variants, in both hatch and sedan body styles...


2017 Kia GT a strong chance for Australia, Stinger on the wish list
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2017 Kia GT a strong chance for Australia, Stinger on the wish list

The chief operating officer of Kia's Australian arm, Damien Meredith, has confirmed that the upcoming 2017 Kia GT is a strong chance for a local launch. The rear-wheel-drive GT has been a long time coming. Revealed first as a concept in 2011, the big four-door coupe has remained a hot topic in the rumour mill in the years since...


Mercedes-Benz developing four new EVs for launch by 2020 - report
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Mercedes-Benz developing four new EVs for launch by 2020 - report

With German government's announcement last week of incentives for EVs, Mercedes-Benz is reportedly preparing to launch four new uniquely styled electric vehicles by 2020. To take advantage of the government's rebate scheme, as well as countering moves by BMW and Audi, Mercedes-Benz is said to be stepping up its investment in electric vehicles...


40 years of M: a quick look at the history of BMW Motorsport
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40 years of M: a quick look at the history of BMW Motorsport

For the past 40 years, the letter M has signified something special beneath the blue and white BMW badge. And now, with the addition of the M2, BMW’s M-car range is at its most diverse ever. But, what makes these tri-colour road warriors so special? Established in 1972 to support BMW’s motorsport activities, the M division initially turned its attention to the iconic E9 3...


Drivers travelling through roadworks faster than they believe they should: study
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Drivers travelling through roadworks faster than they believe they should: study

Drivers are travelling around 10km/h faster than they think they should in roadworks zones, according to a study by Queensland University of Technology’s Centre for Accident Research & Road Safety (CARRS-Q). QUT’s Dr Ashim Debnath said more than 400 drivers were shown images of roadwork zones without speed limit signs and asked to nominate the speed they deemed safe...


Nissan Qashqai could get upmarket variant, 2017 facelift to gain driverless tech - report
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Nissan Qashqai could get upmarket variant, 2017 facelift to gain driverless tech - report

Japanese manufacturer Nissan is looking to introduce a flagship Qashqai variant that would take on the likes of the BMW X1 and Audi Q3, according to a new report out of the UK. Previewed by the Qashqai Premium concept at the Geneva motor show in March, the premium variant of Nissan’s popular SUV could be on European roads by around 2017 or 2018...


2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC63 spied almost without camouflage
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2017 Mercedes-AMG GLC63 spied almost without camouflage

The new Mercedes-AMG GLC63 performance SUV has been spotted near the Nurburgring by spy photographers. As CarAdvice revealed earlier this year, the new GLC63's drivetrain will be derived from the one that will be used underneath the upcoming E63 sedan and wagon, rather than the one used in the existing C63...


2017 Peugeot 3008 revealed, Australian launch due next year
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2017 Peugeot 3008 revealed, Australian launch due next year

The all-new, larger, and now distinctly more SUV-styled 2017 Peugeot 3008 has been revealed tonight ahead of an Australian debut set for next year. The model's transformation from a small and quirky high-riding hatch into a 'proper' mid-sized SUV has been anticipated for sometime, with spy photos over the past year and leaked imagery in recent weeks offering a clear look at what buyers should expect...


2016 Subaru Forester tS: $54,990 STI special in Australia from June
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2016 Subaru Forester tS: $54,990 STI special in Australia from June

The new limited-edition 2016 Subaru Forester tS special will be priced in Australia from $54,990 plus on-road costs, the company's local arm has confirmed. Revealed in late 2014 for the Japanese market, the special STI-tuned Forester tS was confirmed for an Australian launch during last year's international first drive of the new Levorg wagon...


CarAdvice Survey: winners announced
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CarAdvice Survey: winners announced

In April, we asked you, our readers and viewers, to take a few moments for our survey. The goal was to learn more about our audience, so that we can best understand what you want from CarAdvice. We asked what you like about CarAdvice, and the response was overwhelmingly positive...


2016 Suzuki Vitara RT-X: diesel joins Australian range
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2016 Suzuki Vitara RT-X: diesel joins Australian range

The 2016 Suzuki Vitara small SUV range is now available with a diesel engine, complementing the just-introduced S Turbo petrol variant and rounding out the line-up. The new flagship Suzuki Vitara RT-X diesel variant gets a 1.6-litre DDiS direct-injected turbo-diesel engine with 88kW of power at 3750rpm and 320Nm at 1750rpm — 100Nm more than the 1...


Tesla Model 3 orders cancelled, $2b in new shares offered, China plant considered
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Tesla Model 3 orders cancelled, $2b in new shares offered, China plant considered

Tesla Motors says it has now taken 373,000 deposits on the unreleased Model 3, though about 8000 customers have already cancelled their refundable orders, while a further 4200 were axed because they appeared to be speculator-driven duplicates. The latest order count was announced at the same time that the company announced the intended sale of $1...


2017 Peugeot 3008 revealed in teaser image, unveiling due tonight
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2017 Peugeot 3008 revealed in teaser image, unveiling due tonight

The all-new 2017 Peugeot 3008 has surfaced again, this time in a shadowy teaser image posted to the Facebook page of one of the car maker's suppliers. The new 3008 was last seen in a short, low-quality video covertly snapped in a Peugeot facility, while spy photos published in the past year have also given buyers an idea of what to expect from the new model...


2017 Holden Trailblazer spied testing in Melbourne
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2017 Holden Trailblazer spied testing in Melbourne

The 2017 Holden Trailblazer (the new name for the Colorado 7) has been spied testing in Melbourne by a CarAdvice reader. As confirmed in April, the Colorado and Trailblazer models have undergone a substantial amount of Australian engineering input, which is why we're likely to see more of these test vehicles on the road leading up their launches later this year...


TVR showcases iStream Carbon chassis for new sports car
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TVR showcases iStream Carbon chassis for new sports car

British sports-car brand TVR is edging closer to its rebirth, previewing its new coupe with the lightweight carbon-fibre chassis that will underpin it. The new two-door hero is scheduled for a public debut sometime next year, more than a decade after the company ceased production in 2006...