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Despite Toyota claiming delivery delays were going to shorten, some customers are looking at a nine month wait for their RAV4 hybrids.

Toyota RAV4 Hybrid delays blow out to nine months | Drive

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Berkan Akyol
Car sales continued to fall last month, hitting the 23rd consecutive month of decline, but luxury car sales seem to be kicking the trend.

Luxury car brands grow sales, as market shrinks | Drive

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The Mazda CX-30, Mazda 3 and the Kia Telluride are the finalists for World Car of the Year 2020. What would you pick?

World Car of the Year finalists announced | Drive Car News

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Bradley Gorrell
We get prospective SUV buyers behind the wheel of the 2020 Renault Koleos. Will this stylish French option win them over?

2020 Renault Koleos: Buyers check out the French SUV (Sponsored)

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Thomas Connor
Jeep reassures it isn't going anywhere and is working on playing a bigger role in Aus in the wake of Holden's exit.

Jeep commits to right-hand-drive and rebuilding trust in Aus | Drive

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Milad Jonaidi
Bruce Pulver
Matthew Lok
The Toyota LandCruiser takes home top spot in top 15 cars most likely to make it to 300,000km, with the brand taking seven places in total

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Michael Dean
Paul Tosh
Ray Collard
Arthur Thompson
Infrastructure Australia has labelled a fast-charging network for electric cars as a priority over the next five years

Electric car fast-charging network one of Aus's 'highest priorities'

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Dyllen De Vos
Paul Young
Alec Stasi
Peter Gaskin
Ride-sharing may be convenient but it produces 50% more emissions than private cars.

Ride-share services produce more carbon emissions than private cars

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Zok Ivanovic
Paul Ratliff
A charging provider has warned of an impending energy disaster due to the growing popularity of electric cars

Electric cars could have 'big impact' on Aus's energy supply | Drive

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Bruce Pulver
Joe de Marco
Howard Thrift
Peter Kellett
Love them or hate them, small SUVs are here to stay and the segment is only growing.

Brand new small SUVs coming in 2020 | Drive Car News

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