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2021 Hyundai Tucson N Line revealed, here in the second quarter
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27th Jan 2021
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2021 Hyundai Tucson N Line revealed, here in the second quarter

The 2021 Hyundai Tucson N Line has been unveiled, offering buyers a sporty exterior and interior inspired by the company's 'N' performance arm. The changes are predominantly cosmetic, with Hyundai adding deeper front and rear bumpers to the Tucson N Line, as well as a marginally taller and wider grille than on the standard model – with the 'parametric jewel patterns' gaining additional edges to create more elaborate reflections.
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Ben Zachariah
2021 BMW M5 CS price and specs: 20 units set for Australia in mid-2021, $305,900 drive-away
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26th Jan 2021
4 min read

2021 BMW M5 CS price and specs: 20 units set for Australia in mid-2021, $305,900 drive-away

The 2021 BMW M5 CS has been officially unveiled, ahead of its Australian launch in limited numbers in mid-2021, priced from $305,900 drive-away. The M5 CS follows a similar formula to that set out by previous CS-badged BMW models the likes of the M2 CS, M3 CS and M4 CS, adding more power and stripping weight to create a sharper, more track-focused package than the already-rapid M5 Competition.
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Alex Misoyannis
2021 Ford Fiesta ST price and specs – UPDATE: LED headlights retained
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25th Jan 2021
2 min read

2021 Ford Fiesta ST price and specs – UPDATE: LED headlights retained

UPDATE, 25 January 2021: An earlier version of this story listed the Model Year 2021 Ford Fiesta ST as having lost LED headlights, and instead switching to halogen low and high-beam headlights.
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Alex Misoyannis
Vehicle registrations under scrutiny in new ATO move to catch tax evaders
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24th Jan 2021
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Vehicle registrations under scrutiny in new ATO move to catch tax evaders

The Australian Tax Office has announced it will access vehicle purchasing data by state in an effort to potentially catch out tax-evading individuals and businesses. "The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will acquire motor vehicle registry data from state and territory motor vehicle registry authorities for 2019–20 through to 2021–22," the ATO said in a policy notice.
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Susannah Guthrie