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How Holden's demise could be the making of Great Wall in Australia
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17th Feb 2020
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How Holden's demise could be the making of Great Wall in Australia

The General Motors (GM) decision to pull out of right-hand drive markets could kickstart Great Wall's aggressive push into the Australian market. Having yesterday officially withdrawn from the Australian and Thai markets, GM announced Chinese brand Great Wall Motors has committed to buying the Thai plant currently supplying the Holden Colorado dual-cab ute and seven-seat Trailblazer SUV.
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Scott Collie
Transport magnate Lindsay Fox linked to Holden Lang Lang test track deal
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17th Feb 2020
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Transport magnate Lindsay Fox linked to Holden Lang Lang test track deal

EXCLUSIVE Transport magnate Lindsay Fox has been linked to buying Holden’s test track at Lang Lang. An automotive industry veteran has told CarAdvice Mr Fox has already begun making enquires and wants to add Lang Lang to his portfolio of race tracks and vehicle testing sites. Mr Fox already owns the nearby Phillip Island Raceway, and the 1141-hectare Anglesea vehicle assessment facility 125km south-west of Melbourne used by multiple car brands and automotive engineering companies.
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Joshua Dowling
Holden axed in Australia as General Motors gets out of right-hand-drive globally
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17th Feb 2020
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Holden axed in Australia as General Motors gets out of right-hand-drive globally

Holden will be axed in Australia at the end of 2020 – just three years after the end of local manufacturing and the lowest monthly sales since it was established in 1948 – as US car giant General Motors gets out of right-hand-drive markets globally. Although Holden had been posting record low sales – which led to the end of the Commodore and Astra models late last year – the announcement has still come as a shock to industry veterans now the brand has lost its final lifeline.
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Joshua Dowling
2021 Kia Sorento officially revealed
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17th Feb 2020
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2021 Kia Sorento officially revealed

Kia's seven-seat 2020 Sorento SUV has finally been revealed in official images, ahead of its public debut at the Geneva motor show next month. Pictured here in European trim, the 2021 Sorento will replace the third-generation car currently offered in Australia, going up against the Mazda CX-9 and related Hyundai Santa Fe. Compared to the current model (pictured at the bottom), the new Sorento has a tougher face and an overall boxier look.
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Scott Collie
Five reasons to love the 2020 Audi RSQ3
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15th Feb 2020
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Five reasons to love the 2020 Audi RSQ3

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Trent Nikolic
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15th Feb 2020
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Five reasons to love the 2020 Audi RSQ3

Audi RS Q3 2020 2.5 tfsi quattro
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Trent Nikolic