Hi there, Tegan Lawson with you at the CarAdviceNews Desk with a look at what's making headlines this week.
Dieselgate rolls on, after news of a massive $20 billion settlement with affected Volkswagen owners in the United States, Volkswagen Group Australia has pointed out that differences in laws and regulations mean that the same thing may not happen here.
Brexit – or the exit of Britain from the European Union – has sent shockwaves across the world.
Time will tell how it plays out in regards to the value of the British pound and the subsequent effect on import and export costs.
Citroen has unveiled the new C3 and it looks decidedly similar to the Cactus, with air bumps and the same face.
The diesel-powered Mazda 3 XD Astina has been axed just shy of two years after launching in Australia. Slow sales are to blame.
Meanwhile Dodge has confirmed Viper production will end in a year’s time, 25 years after it began. There’s no word of a successor but five heritage editions will be made.
The seven-seat Skoda Kodiaq will arrive in Australian in August 2017. Closely related to the Superb, the large SUV will premiere at the Paris motor show in October.
Maserati have released pricing and specifications have been released for its new luxury SUV, the Levante. Prices will start at $139,990 before on-road costs.
The new Volvo S90 is tipped to arrive here in the fourth quarter of the year. It’ll be priced from $79,900.
The 2017 Toyota Land Cruiser 70 Series will get a raft of upgrades including stability and traction control, hill start assist and brake force distribution.
And Subaru has a new strategy called Subaru Do, which sees the brand take cars to the people by way of pop-up shops, and a mobile mechanic service.