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2019 BMW X3 M spied
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21st Mar 2018
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2019 BMW X3 M spied

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Scott Collie
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21st Mar 2018
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2019 BMW X3 M spied

BMW X3 2018
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Scott Collie
Renault Clio RS18 limited edition unveiled
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21st Mar 2018
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Renault Clio RS18 limited edition unveiled

Special editions are popping up left, right and centre from most manufacturers at the moment, but few companies enjoy themed sticker packs like Renault. The previous Clio RS and Megane RS were both subject to countless Formula 1-inspired special editions, and the current Clio RS220 EDC Trophy has been handed the same fate. Meet the Renault Clio RS18. Named after this year's Renault Formula 1 competitor, just 10 examples will be offered to Australian buyers.
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Scott Collie
2019 Volkswagen Touareg teased
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20th Mar 2018
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2019 Volkswagen Touareg teased

The next-generation Volkswagen Touareg has been teased again this week, ahead of a full reveal at the Beijing motor show on March 23. In addition to a quick video clip showing a camouflaged version of the new SUV travelling through Russia and Kazakhstan on its way to the Chinese capital, we've nabbed some new images showing some exterior and interior details.
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James Wong
2018 Aston Martin Vantage: Key design points explained
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20th Mar 2018
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2018 Aston Martin Vantage: Key design points explained

Few would argue the design merits of the previous generation Aston Martin Vantage. Even today, 12 years on from launch, it turns heads for all the right reasons. Fast forward to 2018, and the all-new Vantage has little (if anything) in common with its predecessor. Clearly, that was the intention right from the outset, when Aston Martin CEO, Andy Palmer, decreed each new model would have a distinctive design, albeit tied together with brand-wide themes.
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Anthony Crawford
Hyundai i30 N track warranty announced
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19th Mar 2018
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Hyundai i30 N track warranty announced

Hyundai Australia has confirmed it will include cover for track use as part of the five-year warranty program on its i30 N hot hatch. The first product to launch under the Korean manufacturer's new N performance sub-brand arrives in Australia from $39,990 before on-road costs, in high-output 202kW/353Nm 'Performance' specification. Unlike its rivals, the i30 N's five year, unlimited kilometre warranty covers track use in non-competition events – including the fitment of track-oriented tyres.
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James Wong
Volkswagen recalls 2011/12 Golf, Passat and CC
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19th Mar 2018
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Volkswagen recalls 2011/12 Golf, Passat and CC

Volkswagen has recalled the 2011/12 Passat, Golf and CC over concerns about an overheating starter motor relay. According to the company, a bent or broken spring could obstruct the clearance of the spindle in the starter motor relay. This could cause a blockage, creating a constant current supply to the starter motor relay and, in turn, causing it to overheat. If it overheats, owners could notice scorch marks around the affected area. There's also a risk of fire.
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Scott Collie