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2019 Kia Cerato hatch pricing and specs
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18th Dec 2018
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2019 Kia Cerato hatch pricing and specs

Kia Australia has confirmed pricing and specifications for the all-new 2019 Cerato hatchback shortly after it was spied on the streets of Sydney, which mirrors the sedan range launched earlier this year. Starting from $20,990 plus on-roads (or currently $19,990 drive-away), the Cerato hatch will be offered in the same S, Sport and Sport+ trims as the sedan from launch, with the turbocharged GT set to join the range next month.
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James Wong
2019 Kia Cerato hatch spied in Australia
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18th Dec 2018
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2019 Kia Cerato hatch spied in Australia

A keen-eyed CarAdvice reader has snapped the all-new Kia Cerato hatchback in the Sydney Harbour Tunnel this week, giving us a first look at the standard version of the brand's local top seller. UPDATE, 18/12/18: Kia Australia has confirmed pricing and specs for the Cerato hatch. Read more here So far, we've only seen the GT version of the K3/Cerato hatch revealed in its home market of Korea – the non-performance versions haven't even been revealed yet.
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James Wong
2019 Ford Focus: New variants, marketing to push sales revival
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17th Dec 2018
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2019 Ford Focus: New variants, marketing to push sales revival

Ford Australia is expanding the Focus range with new variants and rethinking its marketing strategy, as it plots a sales revival for its small car. Focus sales have plummeted in recent years, with the model set to record its lowest annual figure since the model replaced the Laser late in 2002.
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Jez Spinks
Mobile phone detection camera trial heading to NSW
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17th Dec 2018
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Mobile phone detection camera trial heading to NSW

Sydney drivers will take part in a trial of world-first mobile phone monitoring cameras, as part of a New South Wales Government push to curb distracted driving. The pair of new cameras will be deployed on the M4 and Anzac Parade from January 2019, but motorists caught during the trial won't be fined.
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Scott Collie
Aston Martin developing straight-six to replace AMG V8 - report
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16th Dec 2018
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Aston Martin developing straight-six to replace AMG V8 - report

Aston Martin is reportedly working on a new inline six-cylinder engine, possibly with hybrid assistance, to replace the twin-turbo Mercedes-AMG V8 it currently uses in some of its products. A source with close connections to the company has informed Autocar development on the new engine is already underway.
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Derek Fung