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Jeep concept teased ahead of Shanghai debut
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8th Apr 2017
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Jeep concept teased ahead of Shanghai debut

Jeep has teased a new concept car that it will unveil at the Shanghai motor show later this month. Images from a teaser invite were published by Autohome. The text for the front-on shot reads: "Shanghai Motor Show, April 19. See you there." Accompanying the side-on image, the Chinese text says, "This is not an April Fools' joke". Up front, the concept features Jeep's signature seven-slat grille, as well as a slim set of headlights.
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Derek Fung
Mitsubishi Pajero: No replacement anytime soon
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7th Apr 2017
2 min read

Mitsubishi Pajero: No replacement anytime soon

Mitsubishi fans have been asking when - if ever - they are likely to see a new generation of the legendary and still widely-liked Pajero off-roader. The answer is, not anytime soon, according to Mitsubishi Australia.
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Trent Nikolic
Top 25 makes and models this year so far
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7th Apr 2017
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Top 25 makes and models this year so far

New vehicle sales in March may have hit an all-time high, but the market as a whole was actually a little down over the first quarter of 2017. Sales from January 1 to March 31 sit at 279,345 units. according to the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries’ VFACTS data provided by manufacturers, which is 2.1 per cent down over the same period in last year’s record-breaking annual total.
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Mike Costello
Audi and Porsche partner up for next-gen vehicle platforms
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6th Apr 2017
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Audi and Porsche partner up for next-gen vehicle platforms

German stablemates Audi and Porsche have announced they'll collaborate on the development of a shared next-generation vehicle architecture for future mobility including autonomous driving, electrification and digitisation.
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James Wong
March sales: Three utes in overall top five
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5th Apr 2017
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March sales: Three utes in overall top five

Three of the top-five selling vehicles in Australia, over the course of a record-setting March, were utes. Furthermore, light commercial vehicles attained a mammoth 21 per cent share of the total market, compared to SUVs (39.4) and passenger cars (37). As has become increasingly familiar, the Toyota HiLux was the overall number one with 4245 sales, ahead of the Ford Ranger in second (3845) and Mitsubishi Triton (2670), with the Toyota Corolla and Mazda 3 finishing third and fourth.
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Mike Costello