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The five cheapest cars in Australia right now
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6th Feb 2021
6 min read

The five cheapest cars in Australia right now

Buying a new car is the second-most expensive purchase most of us will ever make, behind the family home. A recent survey by Australian consumer site Canstar Blue found that Aussies spend, on average, $40,128 on a new car and then hold onto that new car for around six years.
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Rob Margeit
Suzuki Jimny production ramps up in India, five-door due in 2022 – report
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21st Jan 2021
1 min read

Suzuki Jimny production ramps up in India, five-door due in 2022 – report

The rumoured Suzuki Jimny five-door is expected to be unveiled this year ahead of its showroom arrival in 2021, according to an overseas report. Autocar India say Indian exports of the Suzuki Jimny three-door have started, and that the unveiling of the five-door is "six months away". The magazine says the Suzuki Jimny three-door built in India is identical to the version made in Suzuki's plant located in Kosai, Japan, where Australian vehicles are sourced.
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Justin Narayan
New automatic cars priced under $20,000 in Australia
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22nd Sep 2020
4 min read

New automatic cars priced under $20,000 in Australia

There's an old saying that you should spend three months' salary on an engagement ring. According to consumer advice site finder.com.au, a similar rule applies when buying new cars. Ideally, it suggests, you shouldn't spend more than 15 per cent of your annual income on the purchase price of a car. That would mean someone on a salary of $100,000 (far more than the average Australian income) should be aiming for a car around $15,000 – not exactly achievable.
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Susannah Guthrie
Suzuki Jimny still sold out for six to 12 months as demand continues to rise
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10th Sep 2020
2 min read

Suzuki Jimny still sold out for six to 12 months as demand continues to rise

The Suzuki Jimny four-wheel-drive remains sold out for up to a year despite the factory ramping up production in an attempt to meet a new surge in demand. Approximately 2500 Suzuki Jimny four-wheel-drives have been sold in Australia since 2019 – more than 1000 of which have been delivered so far this year alone.
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Joshua Dowling