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Mitsubishi Fuel Economy Scandal - Eight Models Temporarily Withdrawn From Sale In Japan

THU, 1 SEP, 2016

Mitsubishi has withdrawn no less than eight models from its line-up in Japan following the carmaker’s fuel economy scandal from earlier this ...

Suzuki Admits To Incorrect Fuel Economy Testing Methods In Japan

THU, 19 MAY, 2016

Suzuki is the latest carmaker to come clean and admit its chosen methods for calculating official fuel economy readings have, in some instances, be...

Nissan Qashqai Using Emissions Defeat Device Says Korean Authorities - Nissan Denies Wrongdoing

WED, 18 MAY, 2016

Nissan’s Qashqai SUV is the latest car to undergo scrutiny from the environment cops after South Korean authorities accused Nissan of manipul...

Mitsubishi Fuel Figure Saga May Affect More Models

FRI, 13 MAY, 2016

Mitsubishi’s false fuel figure debacle may yet reach further into the carmaker’s past and model range.

Mitsubishi - False Fuel Consumption Claims Uncovered By Nissan

WED, 20 APR, 2016

In explosive news from Mitsubishi Japan, the carmaker has admitted to deliberately rigging fuel consumption results for a number of its own models,...

Autonomous Cars Now Legal In South Australia Under Controlled Testing

FRI, 8 APR, 2016

South Australia is the first state to embrace the autonomously-driven future, with new legislation aimed at recognising self-driving cars.

CTP 'Green Slips' Under Review In New South Wales

WED, 16 MAR, 2016

The New South Wales State Government has put Compulsory Third Party (CTP) ‘green slip’ insurance under the microscope in a bid to arres...

Ford Mustang Spied In NSW Police Highway Patrol Livery

FRI, 19 FEB, 2016

A new Ford Mustang has been spied in New South Wales wearing the full NSW Police Highway Patrol war paint, leading to speculation that the pony car...

Car Dealers On Notice As Vehicle Import Restrictions To Be Lifted

WED, 10 FEB, 2016

In a move described as "a big win for consumers", the Federal Government has announced it will lift personal import restrictions on new a...

NSW Cycling Laws - Tougher Fines ID Requirements And Passing Buffers From March

TUE, 22 DEC, 2015

Cyclists in New South Wales will have to abide by a new set of rules from March next year, and some associated fines are set to jump.



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