Hi there, welcome to the CarAdvice.com News Desk. I’m Tegan Lawson with a look at what’s been making headlines this week.
An eagle-eyed CarAdvice.com reader spotted a 2018 Holden Commodore prototype on the road in Melbourne.
Peugeot Australia is in talks with its French headquarters about extending its eight-year/unlimited kilometre warranty offering to more models.
Toyota’s new five-year, 12-month or 15,000km servicing scheme will be offered with the new C-HR but won’t be rolled out further for now.
The 2017 Ford Fiesta ST will be revealed at the Geneva motor show.
Renault has revealed images of the new Alpine A110 production car.
The all-new Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross SUV has been revealed ahead of its official unveiling at Geneva.
Hyundai Australia has released sketches of the 2018 Sonata facelift after they were initially leaked online.
The 2017 Haval H6 has been revealed, the new-look medium SUV will go on sale in China in the coming months but it’s not yet slated for Australia.
The Norwegian government is pushing to rid its roads of petrol and diesel guzzling vehicles – aiming to sell only EV, hydrogen or hybrid cars by 2025.
And one of the world’s largest automotive steering suppliers, JTEKT is looking into new products including next-generation steer-by-wire technology and advanced safety systems.