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Electric-assist Audi A3 offers best of both worlds

As electric-assist cars increasingly press into our lives, it seems obvious they will invariably push another drivetrain format off to pasture.
Yaris face freshened for European tastes

Yaris face freshened for European tastes

The mid-life update for the Toyota Yaris is an intriguing story; it's a facelift of a Japanese staple mainly paid for in Euros.more >
Nissan's new Qashqai - the urban experience and more
Haul away: Isuzu MU-X will take it with you
Mercedes sharpens up with C-Class
Holden crossover right back on Trax

Holden crossover right back on Trax

Simple solution: That's the 1.4-litre Trax in a nutshell. When originally shown 11 months back, this compact crossover was presented as a step in divergent directions: ahead on technology, behind on performance, the weak point being the engine.

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Beautiful new beasts do BMW badge justice
Porsche spices up off-road offerings
Kia rediscovers its Soul
SUVs dominate Car of the Year awards

SUVs dominate Car of the Year awards

A pack of SUVs dominates the finalists for the 2014 New Zealand Car of the Year.

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Treat for hotrod heads over holiday weekend
Seal fault behind Lexus recall
Muted response to Fiat Chrysler's Wall Street debut
Facelift sweeps up Suzuki Swift

Facelift sweeps up Suzuki Swift

There is little reason to change a winning formula if the latest version of the top-selling Suzuki Swift is any indication.

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Kia surprises with concept CUB
Kia raises bar with new Sorento
Subaru launches 2013 Legacy, Outback
Ford must continue in V8s - drivers

Ford must continue in V8s - drivers

Bathurst 1000 winners Chaz Mostert and Paul Morris reckon it makes no sense and would be commercial suicide for Ford to exit the sport.more >
Mercedes secures maiden F1 title
Bathurst comes to Central speedway
Pride driving Columb as he captains NZ
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