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2019 Toyota Tarago recalled
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24th Oct 2019
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2019 Toyota Tarago recalled

Toyota has recalled the 2019 Tarago over concerns about the boot door stay damper. According to the company, the plating process for the damper in the gas struts supporting the boot might have been conducted at the wrong temperature. If that's the case the gas in the damper may leak, and the strut might not correctly support the boot. A total of 86 vehicles are included in the campaign – a VIN list is contained within the recall notice here.
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Scott Collie
2019 Renault Triber revealed for India
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20th Jun 2019
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2019 Renault Triber revealed for India

Renault has revealed its new Triber people-moving crossover for the Indian market, boasting ultra-compact dimensions and three rows of seating. Measuring just 3990mm long and 1739mm wide, the Triber is shorter and skinnier than the current Clio hatchback, yet manages to stuff seven seats in, and is powered by a little 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine making 92PS (67kW) and 96Nm.
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James Wong
2019 Mercedes-Benz B-Class spied with less camouflage
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6th Aug 2018
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2019 Mercedes-Benz B-Class spied with less camouflage

The Mercedes-Benz B-Class has been spied undergoing testing in Germany ahead of an expected debut either later this year or early in 2019. While this prototype looks like it's been painted white, it's actually a silver car with a white body wrap applied to it. From certain angles it's clear that the company has also stuffed in some plastic cladding to hide final design flourishes on the bonnet, shoulder line, and front wheel arches.
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Derek Fung
2015-19 Kia Carnival recalled for door fix
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15th Jun 2018
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2015-19 Kia Carnival recalled for door fix

Kia Australia has issued a recall for the 2015-19 model-year Carnival over concerns models with power-operated side doors may not recognise objects obstructing their path. The Korean manufacturer reports the software controlling the power sliding doors may not detect "certain obstructions", and therefore may not auto-reverse when an obstruction is in the door opening. If the condition occurs, occupants could be injured if an errant limb or finger is obstructing the door as it closes.
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James Wong