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People often say “don’t forget where you came from”. Although we’re focused on every new car, every last detail here at CarAdvice, we have an extensive back-catalogue of news stories, lifestyle yarns and reviews.

Here’s a look at what happened on the week of June 18 in years past.


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18 June 2018: Suzuki Jimny revealed on global website

In terms of design, there's no real surprises here considering we've seen the final look on several occasions through spy images and leaks in the Japanese media.

Mike Costello loved it so much, he bought one


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19 June 2016: Land Rover Discovery Sport tows 108-tonne train

The Land Rover Discovery Sport has flexed its muscles, towing a train 60 times its own weight over 10 kilometres, despite its 2500kg maximum tow rating.

Not bad for a 2.0-litre diesel


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19 June 2015: Renault Duster Oroch ute revealed

Based on the Renault/Dacia Duster crossover, the Oroch features a dual cab body and seating for five passengers. The company has yet to provide a payload rating for the Oroch's tray.

Do you want to see this in Australian showrooms?


19 June 2013: Aston Martin Vanquish Volante revealed

Boasting the same 421kW/620Nm 6.0-litre V12 engine as the coupe and the same performance figures, the Vanquish Volante is able to dispatch with the 0-100km/h sprint in 4.1 seconds while its top speed stands at 295km/h.

Arguably one of the prettiest cars ever made


19 June 2012: Kia Sorento revealed

Kia promises the upgraded model will feature enhanced powertrains offering best-in-class fuel economy and reduced emissions, and improved ride, handling and refinement.

Despite being a 'facelift', the Sorento scored a new platform under the skin


20 June 2011: Holden Colorado previewed with Rally Concept

Obviously, the production version of the Holden Colorado Crew Cab will shed the chunky tyres, integrated winch and black plastic cladding of the Rally Concept, although the robust road presence and broad body panels will carry over largely unchanged.