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2020 Fiat 500X Sport revealed, not coming to Australia
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15th Sep 2019
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2020 Fiat 500X Sport revealed, not coming to Australia

The Fiat 500X Sport has been unveiled, but it won't be making the long journey to Australia. In Europe, the 500X will be available with two petrol engines: a 88kW 1.0-litre with a six-speed manual, and a 110kW 1.3-litre Firefly mill with a six-speed dual-clutch transmission. To justify its name, the new 500X variant comes with retuned suspension that's 13mm lower, 18-inch alloy wheels, and revised steering calibration.
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Derek Fung
Ram 1500: Older 'Classic' in line for an update
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5th Aug 2019
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Ram 1500: Older 'Classic' in line for an update

Ram could update its long-serving DS 1500 to extend its life as a cheaper, simpler foil to the high-tech fifth-generation currently on sale in the USA. Speaking at Fiat Chrysler's earnings call, FCA CEO Mike Manley said minor updates could be in store for the 1500 Classic (as it's known) to keep it relevant in the crowded North American pickup market.
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Scott Collie
Fiat 500 Collezione Fall/Winter Edition pricing and specs
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25th Jul 2019
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Fiat 500 Collezione Fall/Winter Edition pricing and specs

Yet another special-edition Fiat 500 has been announced for Australia, this time in the form of the Collezione Fall/Winter Edition. On sale from August 1 priced from $21,990 plus on-road costs, the 500 Collezione Fall/Winter is based on the model revealed for Europe in October last year, which takes inspiration "from the colours of autumn and winter".
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James Wong
Renault to decide on Fiat Chrysler merger by next week - report
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28th May 2019
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Renault to decide on Fiat Chrysler merger by next week - report

Renault could respond to the "transformative merger" offer from Fiat Chrysler (FCA) as early as next week. Sources have told Reuters the Renault board won't dawdle in deciding whether to accept Fiat Chrysler's offer for a 50/50 merger worth $52.7 billion. Should the French automaker green light FCA's proposal, it will sign a non-binding agreement and enter formal negotiations on the details of a full merger between the two companies.
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Derek Fung