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October 2019

Exciting new cars for 2019/20

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We wanted to share with you some of the exciting new vehicles coming to Australia, some of which are already available.

Citroen C5 – Aircross

As a company, Citroen has always been known for its design quirks, eye-catching shapes and bold colours and the new Aircross will be no exception.
The mid-sized SUV will be available in both a turbo-petrol and turbo-diesel engine, with outputs spanning from 97kW and up to 134kW.
The biggest game-changer being the inclusion of progressive Hydraulic Cushions suspension, which is a first for Australia. There’s also Citroen Advanced Comfort, which includes unique super-comfortable seats.

Watch the YouTube review here –>

New Land Rover Defender 

Now, this is an exciting one, expected to be available from June next year, the new look Defender was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor show earlier last month.

Check out Richard Hammonds in-depth review here –
The 110 model is estimated to be priced from around $70,000before on-road costs. The 90 will follow late in 2020, with pricing to be revealed in the second quarter of 2020.

Mazda CX-5 Turbo 

As one of the highest-selling SUV’s on the market the CX-5 will now be available with the 2.5-litre turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine. This initially debuted in the CX-9 and was introduced for the Mazda 6 earlier this year.

Hyundai Kona Electric

As the way forward, an increasing number of manufacturers are now offering both hybrids and fully electric vehicles.
Starting at $59,990 the Kona is set to have an impressive 449km, take around 9 hours, 35 minutes to charge from flat and achieve 0-100km/h in 7.6 seconds.
Check out a review here –

Audi – E-Tron 50 Quattro 

This all-wheel-drive electric crossover has an electric motor on each axle providing a total of 230kW of power and 540Nm of torque and a range of 300kms per charge.

The E-Tron 50 is currently under evaluation for the Australian market, however, the higher-spec 55 should be in showrooms by mid next year.
Review here –