Car Formats and Segments

Do City Cars Still Have a Future?

Australians have long had a love affair with SUVs, with most of us only too keen to head into the outdoors, particularly in these times where we can't travel abroad. However, the SUV format hasn't only just caught wind in Australia. In fact, it's a global phenomenon that has been taking place in numerous locations, most notably in China and the US. The SUV format has become so dominant down under, it is consistently...

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Why Luxury Cars Haven’t Been Feeling the Pinch

The new car industry’s slide has been well documented. Dating even further back than the COVID recession, sales have been trending down for the best part of two and a half years now. Of course, the recession has exacerbated that trend, with certain months resulting in dire sales numbers that would have had the industry very worried. However, there has also been a rare and some might say ironic bright spot ami...

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Australians are Paying Through the Nose for Electric Vehicles

Australians in the market for a new car may have looked into an electric vehicle, but few are turning to the format on account of prohibitively high prices. On the one hand, hybrid electric cars are starting to pick up momentum, with the Toyota RAV4 Hybrid achieving strong sales across the country and even nothing up records in the process. However, for pure electric vehicles, motorists are being let down by a failu...

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Buying an Eco-Friendly 'Green' Car

With emissions concerns becoming an ever-growing concern among new car buyers, many motorists are turning to eco-friendly cars in the hope they not only reduce their carbon footprint, but also lower their operating expenses as well. As motorists start to see a wider range of eco-friendly cars pop onto the market, consumer choice has been broadened significantly, even if still some way behind internal combustion engin...

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What is the Difference between 4WD and AWD?

SUVs are the clear frontrunner in the Australian car market with a commanding lead over passenger vehicles, which once ruled the roost. As more buyers shy away from sedans and opt for SUVs instead, one common question pops up. What is the difference between 4WDs and AWDs? Unlike what you may have been led to believe, the two formats are not one and the same. Understanding 4WDs Four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicles rely u...

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Your Guide to Car Body Types - Part 2

If you’re in the market for a new car, you’ve probably been thorough with your research as you narrow down your selection. But if you’re still sitting on the fence, identifying the vehicle you need can sometimes be difficult if you don’t understand how that is influenced by the body type of each car. Not only can the body of a car have a bearing on overall ride comfort and performance, but it...

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Your Guide to Car Body Types - Part 1

If you’re in the market for a new car, you’ve probably been thorough with your research as you narrow down your selection. But if you’re still sitting on the fence, identifying the vehicle you need can sometimes be difficult if you don’t understand how that is influenced by the body type of each car. Not only can the body of a car have a bearing on overall ride comfort and performance, but it...

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Will Sedans Still Have a Place in the Market as SUV Sales Soar?

Like a slow motion replay, the scene has been unfolding for some time. In fact, go back a couple of years and the writing was on the wall. Australians are obsessed with SUVs. But it’s not just here either, with many other countries following the trend, none more evident than the United States and China. It has reached the point now where local SUV sales are far and away outperforming sedans, and monumentally,...

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