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CarAdvice podcast 71: Tony Crawford reviews the Stinger!
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podcast
22nd Sep 2017

CarAdvice podcast 71: Tony Crawford reviews the Stinger!

In the studio this week is Mandy Turner, Paul Maric, and Dave Zalstein. Paul has his say on Victoria Police's choice on its next patrol car being a BMW 530d. Also in car news, Ford Fiesta has been axed in the US, and Australian prospects are still unclear. Plus, the 2018 BMW X3 pricing and specs have been revealed, Hyundai ute is confirmed for after 2020, Mazda confirms a new rotary concept for the 2017 Tokyo motor show, and Ford and Mahindra are to team up in developing markets.
CarAdvice podcast 42: 2017 Toyota C-HR review
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podcast
3rd Mar 2017

CarAdvice podcast 42: 2017 Toyota C-HR review

Paul Maric is back! Joining him this week are Mandy and James Ward, to bring you all the latest car news. We talk 2018 Range Rover Velar pricing, Renault Alpine A110 returning, Takata pleading guilty over deadly airbag inflators, and the 2017 Haval H6 hasbeen revealed. THere's more! The 2019 Ford Ranger has been spied, and so has the 2018 Holden Commodore in Melbourne - and meet ZF and Porsche’s new eight-speed DCT into Volvo.
Subaru BRZ never going to get local division rich, but important for attracting customers
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9th Jul 2016
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Subaru BRZ never going to get local division rich, but important for attracting customers

Subaru Australia managing director Nick Senior has told CarAdvice that while the Subaru BRZ is never going to be a volume-seller for the brand locally, the rear-wheel-drive sports car still aligns with the manufacturer's philosophy and, in fact, plays an important role in attracting non-core customers to the predominantly all-wheel-drive marque.
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Subaru Australia eyeing potential rally return
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14th Jul 2015
2 min read

Subaru Australia eyeing potential rally return

After exiting the world of Australian rallying at the end of 2005, Subaru Australia could be eyeing a return to the sport, with four-wheel-drive cars set to be reintroduced into the Australian Rally Championship (ARC) for the 2016 season. Although it officially announced the withdrawal of its factory team – known then as Subaru Rally Team Australia (SRTA) – from the ARC in November 2005, Subaru Australia has indicated the 2016 regulations changes are something it is keeping an eye on.
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