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2021 Volkswagen Caddy sketched out
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30th Dec 2019
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2021 Volkswagen Caddy sketched out

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Derek Fung
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30th Dec 2019
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2021 Volkswagen Caddy sketched out

Volkswagen Caddy 2019
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Derek Fung
Mercedes-Benz V-Class to get MBUX, here in June
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1st Dec 2019
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Mercedes-Benz V-Class to get MBUX, here in June

Mercedes-Benz promised it would roll out the MBUX multimedia system across its range and that included members of the Mercedes-Benz Vans range. Before year’s end, the Mercedes-Benz V-Class will be available to order with the MBUX multimedia system in Europe – it'll be available in Australia from June 2020. This follows the introduction of MBUX to the redesigned Sprinter line last year.
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William Stopford
2020 Mercedes-Benz V-Class pricing and specs
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31st Oct 2019
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2020 Mercedes-Benz V-Class pricing and specs

Mercedes-Benz Vans Australia has detailed the facelifted V-Class range, bringing autonomous emergency braking as standard across the range along with a range of new comfort features and technologies.
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James Wong
Peugeot to introduce Expert EV
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22nd Oct 2019
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Peugeot to introduce Expert EV

PSA Group will introduce a battery-electric version of its mid-sized cargo vans, the Peugeot Expert, Citroen Jumpy and Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro. Automotive News reports the vans, which use PSA’s EMP2 platform, will be available with two different levels of electric range. Base models will have a 50kWh battery with a range of 200km under WLTP standards. An available 75kWh battery will have a range of 300km.
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William Stopford
2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter recalled
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11th Sep 2019
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2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter recalled

Mercedes-Benz has recalled the 2019 Sprinter van, over concerns the tail-lights might not function properly. According to the company, a 'software fault' means the tail-lights may malfunction in certain vehicles if the rotary light switch is shifted to a new position in 'less than 0.5 seconds'. If the tail-lights don't function correctly, the tail-lights may fail completely or operate at a significantly reduced brightness. That makes the vehicle less visible, upping the risk of an accident.
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Scott Collie
2017-18 Volkswagen T6 Multivan recalled
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13th Aug 2019
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2017-18 Volkswagen T6 Multivan recalled

Volkswagen has recalled the 2017-18 'T6' Multivan over concerns about the electric doors and bootlid. According to the company, water could get into the interior of short-wheelbase T6 models with an electric bootlid and sliding doors, and run into their control unit. If water gets in, there's a risk of an incomplete short-circuit with local heat damage. If the doors, windows or sunroof are open, there's also a risk of fire.
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Scott Collie