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2018 Holden Commodore Details

Holden’s all-new, all-imported Commodore goes on sale in early 2018; here’s what we can tell you…

Holden’s campaign to re-invent the Commodore starts here. An all-new platform, a choice of petrol and diesel engines, five-door hatch and wagon variants and both front and all-wheel drive. Welcome to the brave new world of a truly global General Motors large car offering Down Under.

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Why should I invest in Paint Protection?

What is paint protection?

Paint protection is a barrier that seals in or protects the paint on your car from the external elements. That’s the simple answer, but it involves a lot of considerations and in some cases, debate. Primarily, paint protection adds a specialised protective layer designed to shield the original car paint from light scratches, surface damage, harmful chemicals, and the effect of direct sunlight. Although it is definitely a great addition to your vehicle’s longevity, there are several considerations you should make before committing.

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On the Road Vehicles in Australia 2016

Australia is a country with a unique history as far as motor vehicles are concerned, with Ford Australia being one of the first to set up shop here in Geelong Victoria in 1925. From then, till now, Australia has attracted an eclectic mix of brands, models, and ranges of almost every type of car in the planet. Australia, with its harsh conditions also have vehicles that can be found and used only here! While some cars are more Aussie than others, here are a few statistics about the car industry in Australia.

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Which Car Paint should I choose?

When considering the purchase of a car, buyers can often be swayed by the colour as much as the other features. However, the colour can have a great influence on factors such as resale value, ability to keep clean, as well as challenges in colour matching during paint and bumper repairs.

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Mobile Phones & Driving

Using a mobile phone while driving is obviously frowned upon being that it’s dangerous and illegal.

We decided to go over what the law exactly says about using Mobiles in cars to make sure everyone knows exactly what is and what is not allowed.

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Tesla Model 3

The Model 3 is working out nicely for Tesla, which is already on track to pull in more than $14 billion for the electric car, just one week after pre-orders opened.

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Thinking of Selling Your Car? Think Carsales.com.au

Not matter what time of the year or year of the decade it always seems to be a buyer’s market when it comes to selling your vehicle. With the influx of cheaper new models being imported while Australia removes itself from the car manufacturing industry, the choices a buyer now has are more abundant than ever before.

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Bugatti Chiron revealed at Geneva 2016

Bugatti Chiron is the new Worlds Fastest car, the sequel to the Veyron (Previous record holder) now packing an 1100kW engine capable of accelerating from 0-100kmh in less than 2.5 seconds, 0-200kmh in less than 6.5 and 0-300kmh in under 13.6.

To put that in perspective, the current HSV GTS (Australia’s fastest car) will get to 100kmh in 4.4 seconds.

To own one you will need a handy $3.7 million dollars sitting around, and a lot more to cover fuel and tyres, would be a fun car though.

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Ford’s Solution For Potholes

Ford has a new solution for pothole damage mitigation. The new 2017 Ford Fusion will have the Continuously Controlled Damping system. Basically it’s a system of 12 sensors that monitor the road surfaces every 2 milliseconds. When it sees a pothole it will send signals to the shocks to not descend as much as usual, essentially “skipping” over the pothole.

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