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2021 MG HS price and specs: Mid-size SUV gains entry-level Core variant
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23rd Dec 2020
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2021 MG HS price and specs: Mid-size SUV gains entry-level Core variant

The 2021 MG HS range has been expanded for 2021, with the addition of an entry-level Core variant for the new year. Priced from $29,990 drive-away, the Core retails for $2000 less than the existing 'base' HS variant, the Vibe, with first examples scheduled to arrive in MG showrooms in January 2021.
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Alex Misoyannis
Australia’s five cheapest electric cars, and how far they can go between recharges
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13th Nov 2020
3 min read

Australia’s five cheapest electric cars, and how far they can go between recharges

Sales of electric cars are gaining momentum in Australia, with demand up by 14 per cent so far this year in a vehicle market that is down by 18 per cent. However the raw numbers are still minuscule, with only 1400 electric cars reported as sold by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries in the first 10 months of 2020. As a proportion of the entire new-car market over the same period (726,000) it equates to 0.2 per cent of Australian demand for new vehicles.
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Joshua Dowling
Tracking the new kids on the block: the rising star cars of 2020
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7th Nov 2020
3 min read

Tracking the new kids on the block: the rising star cars of 2020

Introducing an entirely new nameplate to an established – and, some would argue, saturated – Australian new-car market carries an inherent risk. With a multitude of choices already on offer, any new model needs to offer a compelling package to take on the already established nameplates within a segment.
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Rob Margeit
Majority rules: The brands pinning sales success to a single model
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16th Aug 2020
10 min read

Majority rules: The brands pinning sales success to a single model

Every brand has a top-seller. Differences in price, positioning and market acceptance mean this will always be an inescapable truth. Some brands, more than others, have a clear top seller. To the end of July 2020 there are 17 individual brands relying on a single model for over half their sales tally.
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Kez Casey
Sales of Chinese cars hit top gear: MG, LDV, Haval post record month
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3rd Jul 2020
1 min read

Sales of Chinese cars hit top gear: MG, LDV, Haval post record month

Emerging Chinese brands MG, LDV and Haval posted significant sales gains in June 2020, as the overall market fell by 6.4 per cent. MG cars and SUVs reported 1348 vehicles as sold (an increase of 33 per cent compared to the same month last year), while LDV delivered 1052 utes, vans and SUVs (an increase of 31 per cent). Both MG and LDV are backed by China’s biggest car conglomerate, SAIC. Meanwhile Haval sales almost doubled – to 371 deliveries – driven largely by the brand's H2 SUV.
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Joshua Dowling