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Europeans to shine at Paris show
DESPITE a number of major brands electing to bypass this year’s Paris motor show, the French auto expo remains a significant event in the global automotive calendar and this year is no different with everything from exotic concepts to production runabouts set to make their debut later this week. As GoAuto has reported, Lamborghini and Bentley were last-minute withdrawals from the show, while others including Ford, Volvo, Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin and Mazda have all decided to channel their marketing spend elsewhere. Expect big things from South Korean giants Hyundai and Kia, with the former set to finally reveal its first European-honed N-badged performance model after years of development work. The RN30 concept will preview the i30 N hot hatch that will go head-to-head with the likes of Volkswagen’s Golf GTI and Renault’s Megane RS as well as Ford’ s Focus ST.
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Hyundai’s sporty Elantra SR arrives in Australia in October, with new local suspension tuning, styling tweaks and a 1.6-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine good for 150kW/265Nm.

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MERCEDES-BENZ is hitting the large luxury sedan segment hard with the next-generation E-Class, bringing with it unprecedented safety and technology, in a package that is roomier and more refined than ever.

While the same could have been said about the last few iterations, for 2017, the W213 also ushers in a new sense of style, a palpable uplift in quality, and improved dynamics.

Here we take a closer look at the base E200.

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