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BMW Set To Axe Slow Selling 2 Series Active Tourer Range

MON, 18 SEP, 2017

BMW is set to deactivate the 2 Series Active Tourer range in Australia.

Toyota Aurion Production Comes To A Close Ahead Of Local Shutdown

MON, 28 AUG, 2017

The final Australian-built Toyota Aurion large car rolled down the automaker’s Altona production line last week ahead of the full closure of ...

Suzuki Axes Slow-Selling Celerio

SAT, 26 AUG, 2017

Suzuki Australia has pulled the pin on its Celerio micro car owing to slow sales that saw the model record the lowest sales in its segment up to Ju...

Citroen Goes In To Bat For LCVs, Pushing DS Automobiles To The Bench In Australia

FRI, 11 AUG, 2017

Peugeot Citroen Australia (PCA), a newly formed division of Inchcape Australia tasked with representing the two French brands locally has announced...

Ford Fiesta To Take A Siesta? New Model In Doubt For Australia

WED, 26 JUL, 2017

Declining sales locally in the light car market and shifting logistics for the next Ford Fiesta may see Australia struck off the list of destinatio...

Holden Insignia, Astra Coupe, And Cascada Cut From Range

MON, 1 MAY, 2017

Holden has rationalised its line-up, cutting loose three of its slow-selling European-sourced models in the Insignia VXR, Astra GTC and VXR three-d...

Nissan Altima On Hold In Australia - But Supercars Program Continues

THU, 13 APR, 2017

Nissan has hit the ‘stop’ button on production of its midsized Altima sedan for Australia, but the model continues to form part of the ...

Coupes And Convertibles On The Chopping Block As ‘Benz And BMW Slash Models

TUE, 21 MAR, 2017

America’s Car And Driver is reporting the penchant for premium automotive brands to add niche models may be on the wane – but sadly cou...

Tesla Kicks Model S 60 Into Touch

TUE, 21 MAR, 2017

For the second time, Tesla is giving the boot to the Model S 60 - its $114,100 (plus on-road costs) entry-level model.

SsangYong On Hiatus - Actyon Sports Already Gone

THU, 9 MAR, 2017

Local SsangYong distributor, Ateco, has confirmed that the brand has been paused in Australia until further notice.

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