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Ford skipping 2019 Geneva motor show
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29th Oct 2018
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Ford skipping 2019 Geneva motor show

Ford has announced it will not be attending the 2019 Geneva motor show in March, as it doesn't align with the company's upcoming product launches. Speaking with the UK's Autocar, a spokesperson for the Blue Oval confirmed the news, arguing the brand wants to spend its dollars elsewhere to get "more bang for our buck". "We looked at all the things we had to do in 2019, and we’ve got a lot of stuff coming," the Ford spokesperson said.
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James Wong
2019 Ford Focus ST interior spied
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21st Aug 2018
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2019 Ford Focus ST interior spied

The interior of the next-generation Ford Focus ST has been spied within the Nurburgring complex, revealing how Ford plans to make its fresh Focus hotter, inside and out. It looks to be the same vehicle snapped last week, so we don't really learn anything new about the ST's exterior design. Once again we can see the ST's chiselled front and rear bumpers, twin exhaust outlets, and more prominent side skirts. Zooming in we can see the new ST's large alloy wheels are shod with Michelin tyres.
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Derek Fung
What is Australia's favourite hot hatch?
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10th Sep 2016
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What is Australia's favourite hot hatch?

Australians love hotted-up versions of everyday small hatches and sedans, but which are the sales leaders? Beyond a shadow of a doubt, it’s Volkswagen that sits at the top of the sales tree, given the fact it leads across three key price/power market breakdowns. But Subaru, Renault, Ford and even premium players Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz give stiff competition.
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Mike Costello
Peugeot Australia "extremely happy" with sub-$45-$50k 308 GTi pricing
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16th Dec 2015
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Peugeot Australia "extremely happy" with sub-$45-$50k 308 GTi pricing

Despite pricing for the new Peugeot 308 GTi raising eyebrows when announced less than four weeks ago, the French brand's local distributor says the final figures are better than originally expected. Speaking to CarAdvice at this week’s Peugeot 308 GTi ‘preview’ drive in Sydney, the public relations and communications manager for Sime Darby Motors Group – Peugeot’s Australian distributor - Tyson Bowen, said the group is pleased with the two-model range's $44,990 to $49,990 pricing.
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David Zalstein