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Holden confirms OnStar coming in 2019
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5th Oct 2017
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Holden confirms OnStar coming in 2019

Holden has confirmed that from 2019 it will begin fitting its models with the OnStar in-car system that utilises a full suite of connectivity and safety features that take the idea of a connected car to the next level.
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Alborz Fallah
Honda Civic Red Edition on sale in Australia
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5th Oct 2017
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Honda Civic Red Edition on sale in Australia

The Honda Civic Red Edition has been announced this week to celebrate the arrival of the Civic Type R hot hatch, bringing a sportier look to regular versions of the Japanese hatchback. Available across four trim levels; VTi, VTi-S, VTi-L and VTi-LX, the Red Edition package costs an additional $2498 and will be limited to 228 vehicles - the same number as the Civic Type R's power output.
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James Wong
2018 Mazda CX-4 coming to Australia? Spotted in Melbourne
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4th Oct 2017
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2018 Mazda CX-4 coming to Australia? Spotted in Melbourne

The 2018 Mazda CX-4 has been spotted testing in Melbourne, despite the brand knocking it back for the Australian market. Spotted testing by CarAdvice reader David in Melbourne, the CX-4 was launched at the 2016 Shanghai motor show exclusively for the Chinese market. Sharing a platform with the wider Mazda range, it sits on the same 2700mm wheelbase as the CX-5 and is powered by a set of familiar SkyActiv petrol engines.
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Paul Maric
General Motors says ride-sharing economy unlikely to affect sales
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4th Oct 2017
3 min read

General Motors says ride-sharing economy unlikely to affect sales

General Motors says the rise of the ride-sharing economy is unlikely to have a negative impact on its long-term business, not only because the brand is involved with helping power that automotive shift directly, but also because it believes ride-sharing will cap out in due time.
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Alborz Fallah
GM launching 20 electric vehicles by 2023; Holden to lead Australian charge
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3rd Oct 2017
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GM launching 20 electric vehicles by 2023; Holden to lead Australian charge

General Motors has announced plans to launch 20 electric vehicles by 2023, the first two of which are expected in the next 18 months alone. According to Mark Reuss, General Motors executive vice president of product development, GM believes in an electric future but is realistic about its rollout and timeframe.
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Alborz Fallah