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2020 Toyota Fortuner: AEB now standard
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4th Oct 2019
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2020 Toyota Fortuner: AEB now standard

Toyota has joined Ford and Mitsubishi in offering potentially life-saving active safety technology standard in its ute-based family hauler, the Fortuner, upping pressure on Holden and Isuzu to follow suit. The entire Fortuner range gets autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection (daytime only), adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist and speed sign recognition as standard for the 2020 model year, following a similar update to the related HiLux ute earlier this year
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2019 Toyota HiLux gets AEB across the range
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24th Jun 2019
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2019 Toyota HiLux gets AEB across the range

Australia's best-selling car has been given a significant safety upgrade. Toyota has made autonomous emergency braking standard across the HiLux range, bringing it into line with the Ford Ranger, Mercedes-Benz X-Class, Ssangyong Musso and Mitsubishi Triton.
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2019 Peugeot Expert pricing and specs
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26th Apr 2019
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2019 Peugeot Expert pricing and specs

Peugeot Australia has kicked off its commercial vehicle rollout with the new Expert van, arriving in Australia priced from $36,490 before on-road costs. At launch, the Expert will be available in standard- and long-body lengths, with three different powertrains depending on variant, along with the option of manual and automatic transmissions depending on variant.
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AEB could become mandatory in Australia
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27th Feb 2019
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AEB could become mandatory in Australia

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27th Feb 2019
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AEB could become mandatory in Australia

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BMW X1 gets 'no credit' in IIHS pedestrian AEB testing
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25th Feb 2019
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BMW X1 gets 'no credit' in IIHS pedestrian AEB testing

The BMW X1 has completely flunked pedestrian autonomous emergency braking testing conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). So poor was its performance, the littlest BMW crossover was the only vehicle to not be rated in a test of 11 compact SUVs. The second-worst rated car was the Mitsubishi Outlander, while the Honda CR-V, Subaru Forester, Toyota RAV4 and Volvo XC40 took top ratings.
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2019 Honda CR-V VTi-S will get AEB from January
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30th Nov 2018
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2019 Honda CR-V VTi-S will get AEB from January

Honda Australia has announced it will add the Honda Sensing technology suite – incorporating assistance features like autonomous emergency and adaptive cruise control – to the 2019 CR-V VTi-S from the start of next year. The move means the active safety equipment will be standard fit on every all-wheel drive variant (the other being the flagship VTi-LX) of the top-selling CR-V locally from January 1, though it's still limited to two variants out of six.
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