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2021 Alfa Romeo Stelvio price and specs

Full Australian pricing and specifications for the 2021 Alfa Romeo Stelvio range have been announced, with the first examples in showrooms now. Following the launch of the Stelvio Sport earlier this year, Alfa Romeo has confirmed details for the full four-strong MY21 Stelvio range, which benefits from an upgraded, higher-quality cabin and new Level 2 driver assistance technologies for 2021.

2021 Formula One French Grand Prix: Race preview

This weekend is the 2021 Formula One French Grand Prix – round seven on the calendar. It's a pretty exciting time to be a Formula One fan. For the first time in a while Lewis Hamilton isn't leading the way, and neither is Mercedes. After a drama-filled race around the streets of Baku, Max Verstappen holds onto his championship lead, but only by four points.

Cheaper 2022 Suzuki Jimny Lite confirmed for Australia, here by August

Suzuki has announced the new 2021 Suzuki Jimny Lite for Australia, which will lower the entry price for Suzuki’s popular pint-sized off-roader. It is so far unclear how many examples of the Jimny Lite Suzuki plans to ship to Australia. However, a local spokesperson for the brand told CarAdvice the new variant would “definitely bring down wait times,” which currently sit at 6-8 months.

2021 Nissan Juke Ti Energy Orange review

If the new 2021 Nissan Juke doesn't stand out enough for you, there's always the option of ordering one with a bright-orange interior. It's polarising – looking like a child with a Stabilo highlighter has gone to town – but then again, if you're interested in a Juke in the first place, it's likely you're interested in being different. The brand calls it 'Energy Orange', and it's a new, no-cost option interior treatment for top-of-the-line 2021 Juke Ti models.

Victoria considers increasing vehicle club permit eligibility from 25 to 30 years

Victoria's club permit scheme, which allows up to 90 days of driving for older vehicles, could be about to change vehicle age eligibility to 30 years and older. The current rules allow 25+ year old cars to participate in the permit system, providing a far cheaper option for older vehicles not normally used for daily commuting.
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