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Top 5: New cars spied this year
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23rd Dec 2018
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Top 5: New cars spied this year

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Scott Collie
News
23rd Dec 2018
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Top 5: New cars spied this year

Suzuki Jimny 2018 [blank], Ford Ranger 2018, Mercedes-Benz GLC 2018, Mazda 3 2018
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Scott Collie
2019 Audi Q7 spied in the snow
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22nd Dec 2018
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2019 Audi Q7 spied in the snow

The updated Audi Q7 has been spied again this week, this time on the snowy roads of Europe. While there's plenty of swirly black-and-white camouflage at the front and rear, we can see where the main changes will be made for the Q7's mid-life upgrade.
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James Wong
2019 Audi SQ7 spied
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21st Dec 2018
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2019 Audi SQ7 spied

A pair of pre-production 2019 Audi SQ7 prototypes have been snapped by photographers this week on the snowy roads of Europe. Interestingly, the two vehicles have different sets of panels on them, with one giving a clearer look at the final design of the mid-life update, the other appearing a mix-and-match of the current model and the new.
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James Wong
2018.75 Ford Mondeo spied, update confirmed for 2019
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21st Dec 2018
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2018.75 Ford Mondeo spied, update confirmed for 2019

Ford Australia has confirmed a very mildly-updated MY18.75 Mondeo will launch at the beginning of next year, after it was spied on the roads of Melbourne this week. Snapped by our very own Mike Stevens, the bum-lifted wagon gets a new tail-light arrangement joined through the middle by a chrome strip – giving the estate-bodied Mondeo a more upmarket look at the rear.
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James Wong
2018 Toyota Corolla recalled
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20th Dec 2018
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2018 Toyota Corolla recalled

Toyota Australia has issued a recall for the new-generation Corolla hatchback fitted with the 2.0-litre petrol engine over concerns CVT-equipped models could have faulty transmissions. "This recall is due to a problem with the torque converter in the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) assembly," Toyota said in its press release.
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James Wong
Australian interest in hybrid, EV growing fast: Roy Morgan
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19th Dec 2018
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Australian interest in hybrid, EV growing fast: Roy Morgan

More than half of Australia’s drivers are now “seriously considering” buying a hybrid car instead of a purely petrol-powered option, according to a Roy Morgan survey of more than 50,000 people. The organisation’s market-specific Automotive Currency Report published findings based on in-person interviews with more than 50,000 Australians at home, up to September 2018, including 37,000 current drivers and the rest aged over 14 and intending to be drivers within four years.
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Mike Costello