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Nissan Juke, Navara recalled
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26th Oct 2018
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Nissan Juke, Navara recalled

Nissan has recalled the 'D23' Navara and 'F15' Juke over concerns the engine could turn off unexpectedly. According to company, an internal ignition switch spring may have been manufactured with a surface defect. After 'prolonged normal usage', the issue could make the engine turn off while driving. If that coincides with an accident, the airbags might not correctly fire. A total of 2060 Navara and 14 Juke models are affected – VIN lists are attached to their respective vehicle names.
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2019 Volkswagen T-Cross revealed
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25th Oct 2018
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2019 Volkswagen T-Cross revealed

The 2019 Volkswagen T-Cross has finally been unveiled overnight at premiere events in Amsterdam, Shanghai and São Paulo. Serving as the new entry point into the German brand's crossover family, the T-Cross measures 4.11m long and features a 2.56m wheelbase – making it smaller in physical size than a Mazda CX-3.
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Victorian Government pledges $2 million to continue EV charge rollout
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25th Oct 2018
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Victorian Government pledges $2 million to continue EV charge rollout

The Victorian State Government has followed its $1 million investment in a high-speed electric vehicle charging network with a further $2 million, announcing ultra high-speed stations will be built in Melbourne, Ballarat, Horsham, Torquay and Traralgon.
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Chiron v 720S drag race - video
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25th Oct 2018
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Chiron v 720S drag race - video

The McLaren 720S has earned a reputation for being a 'giant slayer' in terms of its straight-line performance, but how does it compare to the Bugatti Chiron? A new YouTube video published by cvdzjden - Supercar Videos aims to answer that very question, showing a modified 720S take on a black-and-red example of Bugatti's land missile.
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2019 Porsche 911 spied alongside 991.2-gen
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24th Oct 2018
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2019 Porsche 911 spied alongside 991.2-gen

The upcoming 2019 Porsche 911 has been sighted testing alongside the current 991.2-generation model, giving us a clearer look at how the world's favourite rear-engined sports car will evolve. A few things are clear in the pictures: the new-generation car, likely to launch at the Los Angeles motor show, will have a more upright snout than the car it replaces, and it appears to have grown broader through the hips.
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