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2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross revealed
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15th Oct 2020
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2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross revealed

The 2021 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross has been announced, with a new design to accompany the model's mid-life update. The chassis on the new Eclipse Cross has been revised, with Mitsubishi fine-tuning the suspension and upgrading the rear shock absorbers, which it says improves handling characteristics. But the most noticeable change is to the exterior design, with a sharper look bringing the small SUV further into line with the Japanese brand's striking design language.
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Ben Zachariah
Volvo XC20 all-electric small SUV in development – report
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6th Oct 2020
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Volvo XC20 all-electric small SUV in development – report

Volvo will launch a small all-electric SUV to sit below the XC40 in its range, according to a new report from AutoExpress UK. The outlet claims the manufacturer's CEO – Håkan Samuelsson – confirmed the project in a private discussion. Likely badged as the XC20, the vehicle will reportedly be based on Geely’s newly-unveiled EV Sustainable Experience Architecture (SEA). Fellow Geely marques Lynk & Co, Polestar, and Proton are also expected to utilise this modular platform.
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William Davis
2021 Dacia Sandero and Stepway launched in Europe
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30th Sep 2020
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2021 Dacia Sandero and Stepway launched in Europe

Good news! The 2021 Dacia Sandero and Stepway models have been officially launched for the European market, however it’s unlikely Australian showrooms will see the all-new cars anytime soon. Now in its third generation, the Sandero has been built by the Renault-owned Romanian manufacturer since 2007. The standard hatchback is 4099mm long, has a 328-litre boot, and features 15-inch wheels.
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William Davis
Caught short: The SUVs that will fit in the driveway
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27th Jul 2020
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Caught short: The SUVs that will fit in the driveway

Given we drive a new car every week, the journalists at CarAdvice are very familiar with the particularly frustrating scenario of not being able to fit a car in your driveway, garage or tiny inner-city street. Regardless of whether you have off-street parking or not, being able to safely store a vehicle not only decreases your likelihood of being side-swiped, but also substantially improves your stress levels (it’s science). RELATED: Every SUV in Australia ranked by boot size
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Susannah Guthrie