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25 Jan 2021

How to clean the worst mold and smells from a car

The state of this car is disgusting, and the amount of effort required to clean it is extensive, but it is possible to make this toxic bimmer safe again. Sightly mold inside cars is not common and what we have here is an exceptionally ruined BMW 5 Series thanks to

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25 Jan 2021

VinFast models revealed, Australia out of the loop

New carmaker VinFast will launch three sharp new models in the coming 18 months. VinFast has previewed three new all-electric SUV models that will launch in North America and Europe soon, but plans for Australia remain unknown. The Vietnamese carmaker is about to leap from its current BMW-based model offerings

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22 Jan 2021

Bye diesel: Petrol and hybrid for new Jeep Grand Cherokee

Gone are the days of the diesel-powered Grand Cherokee, though an all-new drivetrain promises to fill the hole. Jeep’s new Grand Cherokee will arrive this year with only petrol power, followed by a plug-in hybrid but no diesel drivetrains. (There will also then be the Grand Cherokee L – a

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22 Jan 2021

Jeep rules out Grand Wagoneer

Jeep will not be bringing the Wagoneer or Grand Wagoneer to Australia anytime soon. The American brand’s big, luxurious three-row SUV will not be arriving in Australia for the foreseeable future after Jeep ruled out right-hand drive production. Speaking with media, Jeep’s Global Head, Christian Meunier, said that while Jeep

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22 Jan 2021

Electrified Jeep Wrangler on ice, V8 unlikely for Australia

Jeep Wrangler to stay the course with petrol and diesel power in Australia. Jeep says that it’s newest Wrangler products in the USA – the upcoming Wrangler Rubicon 392 V8 and plug-in hybrid 4XE (how opposing are these two drivetrains) – are both effectively on ice due to demand for

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21 Jan 2021

Push for 30 and 40km/h limit on all Victorian streets

Will we see 30 and 40km/h speed limits widespread in Victoria soon? A healthy walking advocate charity, Victoria Walks, is campaigning to introduce reduced speed limits across Victoria and the widening of current school zones. The key targets are shifting the current 50km/h speed limit on local streets down to

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