In a nutshell, platform sharing between automakers enables reduced production costs and sharing of research and development. The adverse effect of this is that any shortcomings are also shared between manufacturers. This has happened for the Mitsubishi Express van which has now been terminated in Australia.
Charles Leclerc reigned supreme in the afternoon sunshine at Albert Park while the two other podium places were made up of rival teams Red Bull and Mercedes. The Leclerc masterclass now puts him 33 points clear of any other title rival in a strong championship bid for the Scuderia.
The Japanese hot hatch has taken to The Bend in the land Down under for a Honda Type R track record demonstration. The Limited Edition… Read more →
The upcoming all-new Ford Ranger has been built with more versatility in mind compared to the model it will be replacing. To captialise on this,… Read more →
Accessories for the Toyota Land Cruiser 300 have been unveiled for off-road fanatics by the Japanese manufacturer’s Australian arm. The catalogue consists of parts that… Read more →
An exclusive high-end used car dealership in Australia is selling three pristine low-mileage Toyota sedans as a collection with a price-tag of AU$45 000 (approximately… Read more →
It would seem that the Aussies are now going out of their way to create bakkie envy among South Africans. Not long after Nissan revealed… Read more →
If there’s one nation that loves one-tonne bakkies as much as South Africa does, it’s Australia, and that enthusiasm has led to a number of… Read more →
Nissan’s Australian division has given us a sneak peek at what it says will be the “world’s toughest Navara”. The new Nissan Navara Pro-4X Warrior… Read more →
Ford’s Australian division has whipped the covers off the new special edition Ranger Raptor X. Although there are no performance mods to speak of, the… Read more →