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2020 Kia Sorento Black Edition revealed
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1 day ago
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2020 Kia Sorento Black Edition revealed

Kia Australia has revealed the Sorento Black Edition, with unique equipment and a choice of petrol or diesel power. Priced between the range-topping GT-Line and the Sorento SLi, the Black Edition will be offered with a choice of all-wheel drive diesel ($52,490 drive-away) and front-wheel drive petrol ($48,990 drive-away) drivetrains. The former is a 2.2-litre four-cylinder turbo-diesel making 147kW and 441Nm, the latter is a 3.5-litre naturally-aspirated V6 making 206kW and 336Nm.
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Scott Collie
2020 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe revealed, here early 2020
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2 days ago
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2020 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe revealed, here early 2020

BMW has revealed the first-ever 2 Series Gran Coupe in full, ahead of its arrival in the first quarter of 2020. Based on the same front- and all-wheel drive platform as the Mini line-up and the new 1 Series hatchback, the 2 Series Gran Coupe is aimed at the Mercedes-Benz CLA and A-Class sedans. That means a coupe-ish roofline and four frameless doors, in an attempt to walk the line between style and substance.
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Scott Collie
Audi A3 S line plus editions on sale from $43,300
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4 days ago
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Audi A3 S line plus editions on sale from $43,300

Audi Australia has announced the A3 S line plus edition, which brings a host of upgraded specification for all versions of the four-ringed small car. The company claims the S line plus edition brings up to $11,000 in extra equipment depending on trim level, with the package available on 35 TFSI, 40 TFSI and 40 TFSI quattro variants of the A3 Sportback, Sedan and Cabriolet.
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James Wong
Free fuel for life: Nissan and CSIRO launch solar-powered EV charging station trial
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10th Oct 2019
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Free fuel for life: Nissan and CSIRO launch solar-powered EV charging station trial

It’s the dream of any motorist: free fuel for life – and Nissan Australia is poised to find out if it’s possible and practical. Nissan has unveiled three electric-car charging stations at its head office in Melbourne powered by solar panels on its roof. They are part of a 200-day trial to find out if solar-powered charging stations can provide truly emissions-free motoring.
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Joshua Dowling