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2021 Isuzu D-Max in showrooms from 1 September
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11th Jun 2020
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2021 Isuzu D-Max in showrooms from 1 September

The 2021 Isuzu D-Max is officially due on sale from 1 September 2020, about one month later than planned due to delays in production caused by the global coronavirus crisis. Isuzu dealers have been notified via email that the new generation D-Max will go into production in the Thailand factory mid July, and the first shipments are due to arrive in Australia mid August.
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Joshua Dowling
Volkswagen and Ford announce two vans as part of alliance
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11th Jun 2020
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Volkswagen and Ford announce two vans as part of alliance

German and American carmakers Volkswagen and Ford have announced they will produce two small commercial vans as part of their alliance. The two vehicles, known for now as ‘city delivery van’ and ‘1Ton project’, will each have their development led by a different brand.
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Liam Murphy
General Motors and Holden dealers in a stalemate
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11th Jun 2020
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General Motors and Holden dealers in a stalemate

Holden dealers and US car giant General Motors remain at a stalemate over compensation for the sudden shutdown of the brand – despite two days of mediation. Representatives for General Motors and Holden dealers have been in mediation for the past two days, overseen by retired Federal Court Judge, the Honourable Mr Peter Jacobson QC. Although the mediation was conducted out of Melbourne, the discussions were held via video link due to coronavirus restrictions.
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Joshua Dowling
2021 Mercedes-Benz EQA spied wearing less camouflage
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10th Jun 2020
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2021 Mercedes-Benz EQA spied wearing less camouflage

The Mercedes-Benz EQA electric city SUV has been spied wearing less camouflage, however details of the model’s global reveal and Australian future remain unclear. New images show the EQA – a full-electric model based on Mercedes-Benz GLA city SUV – with less camouflage than when it was teased in February completing winter testing in Sweden.
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Liam Murphy
2020 Jeep Compass price and specs
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10th Jun 2020
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2020 Jeep Compass price and specs

Jeep has announced local pricing and specifications for its updated Compass SUV range, in Australian showrooms now. The 2020 Compass range sees the addition of new Night Eagle and S-Limited trims, joining existing Limited and Trailhawk variants. The Night Eagle replaces the Compass Sport as the entry-level trim, meaning buyers wanting to get into a Compass will now spend $6250 more. For the extra money, buyers get a range of improved standard safety tech.
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