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2015-16 Mercedes-Benz GLE, GLS recalled for airbag fix: 2600 vehicles affected
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10th Jan 2017
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2015-16 Mercedes-Benz GLE, GLS recalled for airbag fix: 2600 vehicles affected

Mercedes-Benz has issued a recall notice for 2645 of its 2015 and 2016 GLE and GLS SUVs over concerns the front passenger airbag may fail to deploy as a result of faulty software. According to the German marque, affected vehicles may have incorrect software coding within the seat occupancy control unit, which could result in the airbag system not recognising a passenger in the front seat.
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James Wong
General Motors looking forward to working with President-elect Donald Trump
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9th Jan 2017
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General Motors looking forward to working with President-elect Donald Trump

President-Elect Donald Trump has been busy firing grenades into the laps of Ford and GM car company executives via Twitter recently, but the boss of GM is looking forward to working with him.
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Paul Maric
2018 Toyota Camry revealed: Japan-built sedan in Australia from late 2017
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9th Jan 2017
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2018 Toyota Camry revealed: Japan-built sedan in Australia from late 2017

The next-generation Toyota Camry has been revealed at the 2017 Detroit motor show, and will go on-sale in Australia from late this year. The new Camry has been completely redesigned with the company's "Keen Look" design language. So far, the company has only unveiled the high-end and hybrid versions of the new sedan, but the new model should prove to be the sportiest looking to-date.
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Derek Fung
2017 Mercedes-AMG GT range updated, GT C Coupe added
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9th Jan 2017
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2017 Mercedes-AMG GT range updated, GT C Coupe added

The 2017 Detroit motor show has played host to the debut of the updated 2017 Mercedes-AMG GT range, as the sporty arm of the German company celebrates 50 years. The Mercedes-AMG GT range has expanded to include a new coupe derivative, the Mercedes-AMG GT C – there was already a convertible (Roadster) version, but apparently there was demand for it in the hard-top range, too.
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Matt Campbell
Kia will lure Commodore SS owners with new Stinger twin-turbo V6
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9th Jan 2017
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Kia will lure Commodore SS owners with new Stinger twin-turbo V6

Kia Australia believes the new rear-wheel drive Stinger has what it takes to win over Holden Commodore SS buyers who will find themselves without an Australian-made option from the end of 2017, though there's no V8. Revealed today in Detroit, the Stinger liftback is almost as long as the Commodore or Falcon, and comes available with a 272kW/510Nm 3.3-litre twin-turbo V6, an eight-speed auto, independent rear suspension and limited-slip diff.
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Mike Costello