We had just finished digesting the new Mazda3 hatch when suddenly the new Mazda3 sedan appeared online. Thanks to a leak in the Russian press, we've now seen new sedan from every angle.
Now that we’ve all seen it... we will still have to wait until next year for it to arrive in Australian showrooms.
It was a case of “business as usual” for Toyota in June, managing not only a 2.4 percent increase in new car sales over June last year, but also doubling the sales of its nearest rival; and then some.
Ford will launch the Fiesta ST in Australia in September, featuring a 1.6 litre four-cylinder turbocharged EcoBoost engine. The hotter ST variant will be joined by the regular Fiesta range at the same time.
Learner drivers in NSW can now travel at a maximum of 90km/h (up from 80km/h) and participate in the Safer Drivers Course.
The pictures had to be tweaked to straighten out the body panels, but a brochure of what appears to be the 2014 Honda Jazz appeared online this week.
BMW’s i3 city car couldn’t stay out of the headlines this week, with patent images surfacing online, followed by some spy shots snapped by our photographers, and finally confirmation from BMW that the i3 will debut this month.
And finally, if you were wondering what else was lurking in the TMR garages this week, check out our 2013 Honda Civic DTi-S snapshot review along with our 2013 Holden Cruze SRi-V automatic hatch review.
And that’s… the week that was.
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