TMR recently took four sports cars with a price tag of around $40,000 for a head-to-head test in the hills around Melbourne.
So which took home the silverware? Check out our review.
New technical features and a simplified model range form part of the update, with styling and engine options largely unchanged.
The new features also bring a price-rise however, with the entry-level Pop now $3000 more expensive for the manual version with a starting price of $17,000 drive-away.
The July VFACTS figures were released this week, showing a downturn in new-car sales.
In other news, pricing and features for the 2015 Porsche Cayenne in Australia have been revealed, ahead of a local debut in November.
The Mercedes-Benz E 250 Saloon and E 250 CDI Saloon Special Edition models are now on sale in Australia, priced from $103,800 plus on-roads.
Formula 1’s Bernie Ecclestone hailed the "capitalist system" that saw him escape a bribery trial this week, when the 83 year-old paid a German court a record $100 million settlement.
The 2016 Holden Volt has been confirmed for a Detroit Auto Show debut, with GM releasing a teaser photo this week.
In case you missed it earlier, we recently put four sports cars around the $40,000 mark through their paces to find out which was best. Check out our review.
While the 2014 Volkswagen Golf R DSG automatic may lack brash stripes or an outrageous wing, we found the super-quick Golf to be the suavest hot-hatch around.
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