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2020 Lotus Elise pricing and specs
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11th Mar 2020
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2020 Lotus Elise pricing and specs

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Liam Murphy
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11th Mar 2020
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2020 Lotus Elise pricing and specs

Lotus Elise 2020
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Liam Murphy
2020 Audi Q2 Edition #2 pricing and specs
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10th Mar 2020
1 min read

2020 Audi Q2 Edition #2 pricing and specs

Audi Australia has given its Q2 small SUV a sporty makeover with the arrival of two new ‘Edition #2’ variants. The Edition #2 pack can be optioned for both Q2 35 TFSI and 40 TFSI quattro models for an additional $2600 and $3000 respectively. The Edition #2 pack equips the Q2 with 19-inch alloy wheels and opts for black exterior trim pieces for added contrast.
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Liam Murphy
Update: Honda rules out leaving Australia, but may reduce its dealer network or appoint an independent distributor
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10th Mar 2020
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Update: Honda rules out leaving Australia, but may reduce its dealer network or appoint an independent distributor

Japanese car giant Honda is on the brink of making a decision about its future in Australia, secret documents obtained by CarAdvice reveal. Dealers have been told Honda is considering three options: to pull out of Australia and close its national network of 106 dealers, reduce the number of showrooms, or sell cars via an independent distributor. The decision will be made by the end of this month.
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Joshua Dowling
World Car of the Year finalists announced
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9th Mar 2020
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World Car of the Year finalists announced

The three finalists for the 2020 World Car of the Year awards have been announced: the US market Kia Telluride seven-seater and the Mazda3 hatch and Mazda CX-30 city SUV. The overall winner will be announced at the New York Auto Show next month. The three finalists – from a list of more than 50 contenders – were selected via secret ballot by 86 judges from 27 countries.
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Joshua Dowling
Volvo starts up its first dedicated battery assembly line
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8th Mar 2020
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Volvo starts up its first dedicated battery assembly line

Volvo Cars has opened its first dedicated battery assembly line at its manufacturing plant in Ghent, Belgium. The addition marks the Ghent plant as the first in Volvo’s history to receive a dedicated production line for batteries, affirming the brand’s commitment to its electric future. The Ghent plant is seen as a proof of concept and will be used to trial processes that will be rolled out to other manufacturing sites to improve efficiency.
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Liam Murphy
McLaren’s Mike Flewitt on combustion engine bans, EVs and SUVs
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7th Mar 2020
4 min read

McLaren’s Mike Flewitt on combustion engine bans, EVs and SUVs

The short-notice cancellation of the Geneva motor show threw the PR plans of much of the global motor industry into chaos. But with senior executives having already booked out time for interviews, we actually still had the chance to speak to several of them – albeit over the phone, rather than face-to-face. So McLaren boss Mike Flewitt was sitting in rainy England rather than Switzerland when CarAdvice caught up with him, but there weren’t any shortage of topics for discussion.
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Mike Duff
Mazda MX-30: UK pricing revealed
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7th Mar 2020
2 min read

Mazda MX-30: UK pricing revealed

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Susannah Guthrie
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7th Mar 2020
2 min read

Mazda MX-30: UK pricing revealed

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