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2019 BMW M8 Competition Review | carsales

2019 BMW M8 Competition Review | carsales

With 460kW of firepower under the bonnet, the BMW M8 Competition is claimed to be the manufacturer’s fastest production car ever. And what better place than here at the Portimao racetrack in Portugal to unleash all those neddies. In either of the two M modes, the engine produces staggering output and peak torque is available from as low as 1800rpm.…

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carsales Celebrity Drv Episode 16: Alan Fletcher

carsales Celebrity Drv Episode 16: Alan Fletcher

G’day guys, welcome to another episode of Celebrity Drv Today I’ve lined up the most unofficial tour of Erinsborough ever with Alan Fletcher, AKA Dr Karl Kennedy Ahh sweet whip No, no, no….we’re in Seventh time’s a charm How are you? Good brother, how are you? Very good indeed, couldn’t be better. Do you want to go Neighbours? Yes I’d…

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2019 Lexus RX Review | carsales

2019 Lexus RX Review | carsales

The large luxury SUV segment is rife with competition at the moment, you’ve got the new VW Touareg, the updated BMW X5 and and the new Merc GLE to choose from. And now Lexus has updated its offering; this is the new RX SUV, and since we’re all about embracing hybrid tech at the moment, I wanted to take a…

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2019 Jeep Compass Range Review | carsales

2019 Jeep Compass Range Review | carsales

The new Jeep Compass range looks like this! But which one would we spend our money on? carsales sting Entry level, mid and top spec and special offroad credentials! Choosing the right model for your needs and budget can be tricky… So we’re breaking it down for you. The all-new Jeep Compass is a small SUV – bigger than a…

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Food That Moves You: Shane Delia | carsales

Food That Moves You: Shane Delia | carsales

I’m Shane Delia, chef and restaurant owner at Maha in Melbourne Maha East out in Windsor and Biggie Smalls in Collingwood. My fond memories as a child were always having good times around food whether was with my grandparents in their garden picking stuff Or with my grandmother in a kitchen cooking or with my parents in our home There…

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2020 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Premium Review | carsales

2020 Hyundai IONIQ Electric Premium Review | carsales

Hyundai is on the front foot with electric technology right here in Australia and one of its key proponents is the IONIQ. Until now, the IONIQ’s biggest selling point has been its affordability, but under this latest update, there is much more on offer. Let’s check it out. At $48,490 in EV guise, the IONIQ continues to hold the mantle…

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2019 Car of the Year – BMW X3 | carsales

2019 Car of the Year – BMW X3 | carsales

The BMW X3 has been awarded Highly Commended in this year’s carsales Car of the Year. Let’s find out why. The judges all agree that the X3 feels like a hatch to drive and some even said that it felt like a hot hatch. It really is the perfect family car for those looking for something a little bit more…

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2019 Lamborghini URUS Review | carsales

2019 Lamborghini URUS Review | carsales

Another day, another $400,000 SUV. Well, this one’s about $470,000, as tested. But you get the idea. Has the world gone mad? Do we really need another 600hp soft-roader with a price tag that’s about the same as a house? Well, I guess after Porsche’s success, all the other sports car brands had to get into the act. Maserati’s done…

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2018 Car of the Year – Volvo XC40 | carsales

2018 Car of the Year – Volvo XC40 | carsales

The Volvo XC40 is the Carsales Car of the Year 2018. With its blend of packaging appeal, high tech innovation, and Volvo’s acknowledged expertise in both active and passive safety, the XC40 impressed our judges and the data experts at redbook.com.au, who rated the Volvo highly for value, after-sales support and resale. Quickly emerging as a model modern SUV, the…

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