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23rd February, 2017 · Technology Electric car named North American car of the year
For the first time ever, a fully-electric car has been named North American Car of the Year. The Chevrolet Bolt beat the Volvo S90 and Genesis G90, adding the award to other honours including the...
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23rd December, 2016 · Technology Porsche aims high with first electric model
Porsche aims to sell 20,000 units per year worldwide of its first attempt at an all-electric car, the Mission E. The challenger to Tesla’s Model S is not due until 2019, although the concept was...
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23rd December, 2016 · Consumer News Tesla goes “back to the future” with Model X
It doesn’t have a flux capacitor and we’re not sure how quickly it reaches 88 miles per hour, but Tesla’s new Model X does have falcon-wing doors similar to the DeLorean time machine in the...
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4th August, 2016 · Feature One in four privately sold used cars has big issues
A report has found that nearly a quarter of used cars in Australia sold privately come with potentially serious hidden issues. The CarHistory.com.au report said almost a quarter of the used cars on the market...
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2nd June, 2016 · Consumer News Takata airbags recall goes to new level
The Takata airbag recall continues to expand, now affecting 53 million vehicles and dozens of brands all over the world. Eleven people have been killed by the defective airbag inflators, the latest a 17-year-old driver...
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2nd June, 2016 · Consumer News Mazda CX-3 named Australia’s best car
The Mazda CX-3 has won the title of Australia’s Best Car, the small SUV beating vehicles across 15 categories. Judges from Australia’s motoring clubs, including the RACV, NRMA, RACQ, RACT, RAA, RAC and AANT, rated...
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