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Making headlines this week, the final four Fords built here in Australia will go up for auction on Saturday October 15.
It comes after the final Falcon and Territory rolled off the production line in northern Melbourne last Friday.
Meantime Holden continues to scale down production with the final Australian-built Cruze – a blue SRI Z-Series hatch – rolling off the production line near Adelaide.
Toyota is number one on the world automotive scene according to the 17th Interbrand survey of global brand value, ranked fifth overall behind Apple, Google, Coca-Cola and Microsoft.
The Volkswagen Scirocco R Wolfsburg edition will go on sale in Australia from November 14. 150 of the limited-run vehicles will be available.
A cloud of uncertainty hangs over Hyundai’s ‘warm’ SR range in Australia. Its future is being questioned ahead of the introduction of the more hard-core products from Hyundai’s N Division.
Kia is reportedly considering entering the sub-compact SUV market, with a European executive admitting the potential product is being studied.
What looks like a variation on the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe has been spotted at the Nurburgring in Germany. It’s potentially a new R variant or could mark the return of the Black Series.
With sales down a little over 50 per cent year-to-date, Jeep are hoping giving three-years free scheduled servicing to buyers of the Renegade during October, will attract more people back to the brand. It comes after the Renegade scored a five-star ANCAP safety rating.
If going to the service station and filling up the petrol tank isn’t your thing, then buy a Bentley and live in California. Bentley is launching a 24-hour on-demand fuel service in the US state.