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LARGE cars have been a major victim of the GFC, rising costs and resultant market shake-ups, but with around 80,000 sales a year, it still has a future, and Toyota is tackling it with its just-refurbished Aurion. more »
KIA is about to introduce another ‘first’ in fixed-price servicing: from today (August 1), all its passenger vehicles will come with five years of capped servicing prices and roadside assist. more »
HYUNDAI just can't seem to do anything wrong. One of its latest is a stunner called Veloster, a sporty-looking model that looks like a million bucks but is priced in the low to mid $20K bracket. more »
HONDA calls its new Civic ‘symphony in motion’, which is perhaps not as pretentious as it may sound. more »
WE had just turned out of Rodeo Drive in Beverley Hills, Los Angeles and were waiting at traffic lights when this thunderous rumble came within earshot. more »
IF you’re talking performance in the sub-$40K region, some of the hottest things around would be a Mazda3 MPS, Golf GTI or a Renault Clio RS200.
YOU can see why the Mazda3 is a winner. It is one of the great all-rounders, scoring more than enough runs to dominate a market known for its cut-throat competition.
HOLDEN has given its Colorado a Brazilian for 2013, with the vehicle emerging bigger, tougher and more sophisticated than before – and a lot better-looking too. more »
MONTE Carlo is a tiny principality with a big public image. more »
AFTER persevering with the Noddy-style 3008 ''mum-bus'' for a long time, Peugeot now has a butt-kicker in the small SUV segment thanks to an alliance with Mitsubishi. more »
PROTON'S S16 just got better with the Malaysian brand's latest model, the S16 FLX, sporting a long list of enhancements, more dynamic styling and design. more »
STRONG competition means premium Euro car prices are sharp and models stacked with equipment. more »
WE like the new Ford Territory so much, we’d certainly buy one if we were in the market for a new vehicle. more »
WHEN the Pebble Beach Motoring Classic starts on August 7, Johnny Crowell will don his leather cap and goggles and settle in behind the wheel of his 1925 Mercer Series 6 Raceabout, the last Mercer to exit the factory. more »
SUBARU has really kicked a goal with its new Impreza-based XV soft roader, with sales going through the roof. more »
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Western Suburbs Weekly reporter Erienne Lette and City of Subiaco Mayor Heather Henderson talks about the new Cinemas Project.
Editor Denise Cahill talks with Harriet Wyatt about new conservation and restoration works being done to the Oliver Hill Battery.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Cat Haven update.
Western Suburbs Weekly editor Denise Cahill with this week's Dog Refuge update.