Tag: Australia

LEGO: Australia’s Mount Panorama Circuit Recreated Using 150,000 Bricks With A Honda Twist

Honda has teamed up yet again with Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught, a LEGO Certified Professional, for another impressive build, after a successful second season of ‘LEGO Masters’. Dubbed the ‘Mount Hondarama’, their latest project recreates the Mount Panorama racetrack in Australia on a smaller scale. Read Also: LEGO Technic Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 Is A […]

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Holden Torana A9X: An Insane Muscle Compact Hatch With A 5.0L V8 (And A Crazy Asking Price)

An absolutely stunning 1977 Holden Torano A9X Hatchback is up for sale, and if you’re a fan of Australian muscle cars, things don’t get much better than this. The Torano A9X was produced to allow the car to race at the Bathurst 1000, the most important race on the nation’s motoring calendar. Just 405 examples […]

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Driven: The 2020 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Is Great Fun, But Is It Worth The Price?

As consumers continually turn towards SUVs and crossovers, it seems as though fewer and fewer enthusiast-focused cars are available. Many manufacturers, such as Ford, are caving to the pressure of buyers and in some markets, such as the United States, have completely stopped selling traditional cars and sedans (except, in Ford’s case, for the Mustang). […]

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General Motors To Negotiate Compensation Package With Australian Holden Dealers

General Motors plans to conduct a dispute resolution in the week of June 8 with Holden dealerships across Australia regarding its compensation offer. The ongoing issues between General Motors and Holden dealers are centered around the compensation the U.S.-based automaker will provide to Holden dealerships after announcing it would kill off the brand earlier this […]

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2020 Nissan Juke Hits Australia With Generous Gear At An Affordable Price

The new generation Nissan Juke will arrive at dealers across Australia next month, but the company has already announced the pricing and specifications of the subcompact SUV for the local market. Available in four trim levels named the ST, ST+, ST-L and Ti, it has a base MSRP of AU$27,990 (US$18,121). The two mid-range models […]

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Driven: 2019 Kia Cerato (Forte) GT Is A Warm Hatch That’s Fun To Drive And Attractively Priced

In the last decade, the world of hot hatches has gone from strength to strength with car manufacturers continually launching new models in the hopes of one-upping each other. Things have become so fiery within this segment that we have a front-wheel drive hot hatch in the form of the Honda Civic Type R with […]

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‘Stop Driving’ Warning Issued For Takata-Equipped Vehicles In Australia

The Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) in Australia has issued a ‘stop drive warning’ for vehicles fitted with potentially fatal Takata airbags. In a series of press releases, the FCAI detailed that there are thousands of vehicles on Australian roads fitted with Takata’s deadly Alpha and non-Alpha airbags and is telling people to stop […]

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Hyundai Warns Australians Not To Park These Cars In A Garage As They Can Catch Fire Even Turned Off

Hyundai’s Australian arm has issued a recall for nearly 100,000 vehicles due to a potential fire risk caused by a short circuit that can happen even when the engine is turned off. Included in this recall are 9,393 units of the Santa Fe, made from March 16, 2005, and September 22, 2009, 18,734 Elantras, produced […]

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Australia’s Wildest Rides Put On A Smoky Show In Sydney

<!––> <!––> Australians love their fast cars and just four weeks before the country went into lockdown, the guys from 1320video took part in Powercruise #80. The event, held at Sydney Motorsport Park, the same venue that hosts the annual World Time Attack Challenge, attracted hundreds of car enthusiasts with their crazy rides. These rev […]

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