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2021 Drive Car of the Year – Best Medium Luxury SUV
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29th Apr 2021
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2021 Drive Car of the Year – Best Medium Luxury SUV

Drive Car of the Year 2021 - Best Medium Luxury SUV The cars each offer their own key strengths, but only one can bring it all together to take the win. It’s a segment on the rise in more ways than one. Australian monthly sales of Medium Luxury SUVs have more than doubled since August 2020, as buyers turn to accessible and practical examples from some of the biggest brands.
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James Ward
2021 Drive Car of the Year – Best Small SUV
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29th Apr 2021
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2021 Drive Car of the Year – Best Small SUV

Drive Car of the Year 2021 - Best Small SUV Australia's Small SUV class is arguably one of the toughest segments in the new-car market, with nearly a dozen contenders competing for attention. Some models will suit certain buyer needs more so than others. Our job is to determine which ones have the broadest ability and do the most to move the category forward.
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Joshua Dowling
2021 Drive Car of the Year – Best Medium Luxury Car
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29th Apr 2021
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2021 Drive Car of the Year – Best Medium Luxury Car

Drive Car of the Year 2021 - Best Medium Luxury Car It must be daunting launching an all-new brand into a segment that has long been dominated by European carmakers. But the Genesis G70 was up for the fight, challenging the established Europeans in a segment long dominated by the Big Three – BMW, Audi and Mercedes-Benz.
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Rob Margeit
2021 Ford Ranger price and specs: Raptor X gets price rise, racing stripes and a sports bar, FX4 returns
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29th Apr 2021
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2021 Ford Ranger price and specs: Raptor X gets price rise, racing stripes and a sports bar, FX4 returns

The Ford Ranger Raptor has gained racing stripes, a sports bar, and black accents inside and out to keep the flagship model looking fresh before the next generation turns up next year, likely with turbo V6 power under the bonnet instead of the current model’s twin-turbo 2.0-litre diesel.
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Joshua Dowling
Protesting Renault factory workers take management team hostage
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29th Apr 2021
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Protesting Renault factory workers take management team hostage

Angry workers at a Renault factory in northwest France took seven managers hostage overnight for approximately 12 hours. Around 350 workers are continuing to blockade the Fonderie de Bretagne in Brittany, in an attempt to prevent the closure of the foundry that makes car parts for the French car giant. However, the aforementioned hostages were released at approximately 10:30pm local time.
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Rob Margeit