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What's in a tank of fuel? The cars with the best (and worst) driving range in Australia
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22nd Oct 2020
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What's in a tank of fuel? The cars with the best (and worst) driving range in Australia

While impressive performance, cool technology and a lower pricepoint can all be guiding forces when buying a new car, it's often other elements – like real-world fuel economy – that actually have the greatest effect on your ownership experience. Once you drive away from the dealership, you'll become less preoccupied with those nifty LED tail-lights and more focussed on how many times you have to hit the petrol station in a single week.
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Susannah Guthrie
2021 Hyundai Santa Fe goes hybrid in Europe, and it's on Australia's wish list
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1st Jul 2020
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2021 Hyundai Santa Fe goes hybrid in Europe, and it's on Australia's wish list

The 2021 Hyundai Santa Fe will be available with a choice of three engine choices in Europe – new hybrid and a plug-in hybrid options will be sold alongside the diesel – when the facelifted model goes on sale later this year. And Hyundai Australia has raised its hand for one or both hybrid options to be made available locally, however no plans have been confirmed.
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Ben Zachariah
2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe and convertible revealed
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26th May 2020
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2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class coupe and convertible revealed

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled its facelifted 2021 E-Class lineup ahead of an Australian arrival in October. The updated Mercedes-Benz E-Class models get a new grille, redesigned LED tail lights, four extra paint colour options – including high-tech silver, graphite grey metallic, mojave silver and patagonia red – and ‘aero’ wheels. Inside, a new open-pore grey ash wood and aluminium with light carbon-fibre grain trim option accompanies an all-new 'intelligent' steering wheel.
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Liam Murphy
UK auto industry body criticises Boris Johnson's car ban plan
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6th Feb 2020
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UK auto industry body criticises Boris Johnson's car ban plan

A major automotive industry body in the UK has criticised British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's announcement that his government will ban the sale of new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars in the United Kingdom from 2035. Johnson's plan, revealed at the launch of an upcoming United Nations climate summit, means the ban will be implemented a full five years earlier than the original deadline of 2040.
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Susannah Guthrie