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2020 Kia Stinger recalled with fuel pump fault
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20th Oct 2020
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2020 Kia Stinger recalled with fuel pump fault

Kia has recalled 372 examples of the Stinger, citing a potential fault with the fuel pump's jet nozzle housing. The affected vehicles are designated MY2020, and all were sold between May and July of this year. The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says “a plastic burr may remain after the moulding process of the fuel pump's jet nozzle housing, potentially blocking the nozzle".
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William Davis
Toyota Corolla hits the brakes, Hyundai i30 and Kia Cerato outsell it for first time
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5th Oct 2020
2 min read

Toyota Corolla hits the brakes, Hyundai i30 and Kia Cerato outsell it for first time

The Toyota Corolla – the last passenger car to top the Australian market before utes began to dominate – is under siege after posting three of its weakest monthly sales results in 20 years. The Hyundai i30 and Kia Cerato small cars outsold the Toyota Corolla in September, as sales declined by 34 per cent in a market that was down by 20 per cent.
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Joshua Dowling
Kia to launch seven electric cars by 2027, first model due here next year
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20th Sep 2020
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Kia to launch seven electric cars by 2027, first model due here next year

Kia has announced its intentions to launch seven new electric cars across several segments globally before 2027, with the first all-new model set to land in 2021 and an Australian electric-car launch also on the cards for next year. During a recent event in South Korea, Kia revealed it is accelerating its efforts to become a "leading EV brand", kicking things off in 2021 with the launch of its first-ever dedicated battery electric vehicle (BEV), code-named CV.
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Susannah Guthrie
Add to cart: New cars you can buy online
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8th Aug 2020
5 min read

Add to cart: New cars you can buy online

There’s never been a better time to buy a new car – online. In this new era of social distancing, automotive buyers are increasingly moving online, and several brands are accommodating this shift with the implementation of so-called ‘virtual showrooms’.
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Susannah Guthrie