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Kia ups value equation with new Rio
KIA Motors Australia has held pricing firm and introduced a solid increase in features and equipment with its new-generation Rio as the South Korean brand strives to increase sales and market share in the light-car segment. The redesigned Rio now on sale has brought a rationalisation to the model range, with the three-door version deleted and the 1.6-litre engine and six-speed automatic transmission combination no longer available, leaving the 74kW/133Nm 1.4-litre four-cylinder engine – with six-speed manual or optional four-speed automatic – as the sole powertrain.
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Subaru's fifth-gen Impreza lands Down Under in January as the first model built on the company's new global platform. The range will kick off from $22,400 plus ORCs, with CVTs employed across the board.

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By NEIL DOWLING
20/01/2017

WHILE accusations that Jaguar jumped on the SUV bandwagon with a little help from close friend Land Rover are probably correct, the British brand has still produced an undeniably premium product with its F-Pace luxury crossover.

However, it wasn’t all about a technical leg-up into the world of all-wheel-drive wagons that came as the surprise but Jaguar’s F-Pace looks like, drives like and is kitted out in the Jaguar mold, adding only more cabin space and competent off-bitumen ability to broaden its audience.

It walks into a room full of prestige-car rivals from Porsche, Jeep and Lexus to BMW. With that much competition, the F-Pace does offer an alluring alternative, but it doesn’t win on all counts.

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