We rank the stories of 2020 that stirred you all up.
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We all know that 2020 was a year like no other. While we still saw plenty of new cars hit the market we also witnessed one of the most dismal years of sales.

Factories were shut down globally due to the pandemic, border closures were put in place and Australia even said goodbye to an iconic brand. Big news stories indeed, and your comments were plentiful.

Here are the articles you all engaged with the most – and we thank you for your ongoing support and interaction.


20. Where did it all go wrong for Holden: 266 Comments
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19. 2020 Hyundai i30 N Performance review: 273 Comments
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18. Underrated cars that deserve greater success: 278 Comments
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17. Sales of electric cars triple in 2019: 281 Comments
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16. VFACTS September 2020: Ford Ranger tops sales charts: 283 Comments
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15. Mazda Australia addresses 3's sale decline: 270 Comments
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14. Nine announces brand relaunch for DRIVE: 288 Comments
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13. New Cars: 2020 New Car Calendar, the December update: 289 Comments
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12. Kids are nagging their parents to buy electric cars, research reveals: 299 Comments
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11. 2020 Toyota GR Yaris: world’s most powerful three-cylinder unveiled: 300 Comments
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10. VFACTS: 2019 new car sales results: 308 Comments
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9. VFACTS November 2020: New-car sales show recovery: 321 Comments
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8. 2021 Toyota Yaris prices rise by more than $9000: 351 Comments
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7. Car industry divided on electric vehicle tax incentives: 411 Comments
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6. Victoria to tax electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles from 2021: 434 Comments
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5. Update: Honda rules out leaving Australia: 462 Comments
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4. VFACTS: January 2020 new car sales results: 493 Comments
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3. Holden discounts cars by up to $17,500, some models close to half price: 507 Comments
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2. VFACTS: February 2020 new car sales: 533 Comments
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1. Holden axed as GM gets out of right-hand-drive: 1238 Comments
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