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2021 Jaguar XJ mule spied
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15th Jan 2020
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2021 Jaguar XJ mule spied

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Derek Fung
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15th Jan 2020
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2021 Jaguar XJ mule spied

Jaguar XJ 2020
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Derek Fung
2020 Holden Equinox surfaces in China leak ahead of Australian debut
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15th Jan 2020
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2020 Holden Equinox surfaces in China leak ahead of Australian debut

The new-look 2020 Holden Equinox looks to have surfaced early, thanks to what has been reported as a leak in the Chinese press – shown here in its Chevrolet-badged form. As expected, thanks to spy photos published by CarAdvice in March last year, Holden parent General Motors has worked to correct the Equinox's derided dowdy styling in this makeover.
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Mike Stevens
So, which car brands are growing in Australia?
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15th Jan 2020
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So, which car brands are growing in Australia?

As you can read in much more detail here, overall new vehicle sales fell nearly 8 per cent in Australia year to their lowest level since 2011. Just one of the top 10 car makers managed to grow its sales - that would be Kia - and some fell away by double digits. Moreover, almost every segment (passenger, SUV and commercial) went backwards.
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Mike Costello
2020 Bentley Mulsanne 6.75 Edition marks the end of the line
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14th Jan 2020
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2020 Bentley Mulsanne 6.75 Edition marks the end of the line

The Bentley Muslanne 6.75 Edition marks the end of production of the company's flagship sedan, and with it the 6.75-litre V8 motor which has been in continuous production, albeit with significant updates and upgrades, for 60 years. Only 30 6.75 Edition cars will be made by Bentley's Mulliner customisation department, each powered by the 395kW/1100Nm version of the V8 engine used in the Mulsanne Speed.
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Derek Fung
2020 Volkswagen T-Cross pricing and specs
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14th Jan 2020
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2020 Volkswagen T-Cross pricing and specs

Volkswagen’s cheapest and smallest SUV, the T-Cross, has been confirmed for an April launch priced from $27,990 before on-road costs. The 4.1m long Polo-based crossover is pitched as a European-badged competitor to the likes of Mazda’s CX-3 sTouring and Hyundai’s Kona Elite. It also rounds out VW’s formerly under-indexed SUV range, which now comprises the T-Cross, just-launched T-Roc, Tiguan and Tiguan Allspace, and Touareg. For the brand, this is T-Riffic news.
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Mike Costello
Mercedes pips BMW in global sales race, Volvo the rapid mover
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13th Jan 2020
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Mercedes pips BMW in global sales race, Volvo the rapid mover

All car manufacturers like to put a positive spin on things, but 2019 was a largely positive sales year for luxury brands worldwide. Most of the bigger players that have released calendar year sales figures showed growth, with the exception of Jaguar Land Rover. Mercedes-Benz recorded 1.3 per cent sales growth worldwide to 2,339,562 vehicles. This figure includes AMG models, plus the X-Class and V-Class, but not its work van range or heavy trucks.
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Mike Costello
Recall roundup: Mazda, Volvo, BMW
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13th Jan 2020
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Recall roundup: Mazda, Volvo, BMW

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William Stopford
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13th Jan 2020
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Recall roundup: Mazda, Volvo, BMW

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William Stopford