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Triton Ute claims mislead purchaser | TRANSPORT NEWS

MITSUBISHI Motors Australia (MMAL) has lost a claim by the owner of a Triton ute that the fuel label on his vehicle was misleading and deceptive, in a case that has implications across the industry, reports motor industry newsletter GoAutoNews. The crux of the case was that the buyer wanted better fuel economy than his 2008 Triton and that the ...

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Isuzu Truck range turns 60 | TRANSPORT NEWS -Isuzu Trucks

Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL) and Isuzu Motors Limited (Japan) are jointly celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Isuzu Elf truck range, also known outside of Japan as the N Series. The Elf was first introduced by Isuzu Motors in August 1959 and made available predominantly in Japan and neighbouring Asian countries. The first generation, two-tonne, cab-over design Elf sported a ...

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Top shelf upgrade for the premium Utility | TRANSPORT NEWS –

Fieldays 2019 has been a busy time for the team at RVE. With utes featuring heavily in motor registrations and Fieldays being the key sales milestone in every year in New Zealand, hero products take up much time and man-hours in the months leading up to this very Kiwi event. 2019 has been no different, as the Mercedes-Benz X-Class X ...

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X-Clusivity joins X-Class Line-Up | TRANSPORT NEWS – Mercedes-Benz X-Class Ute

Following the release of the new X 350 d 4MATIC X-Class model in December last year, Mercedes-Benz has announced a limited edition variant called The Edition 1. Available in three different colours, kabara black, bering white or rock grey. For the exterior parts, black is the order of the day: boasting a black centrally positioned star and twin-louvre radiator grill, ...

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Gas in the Groove | TRANSPORT NEWS – Alternative Fuels

Australians are known as early adopters, with the take-up of smartphone and tablet technology making us one of the most prolific groups of technology users globally (per head of population). Something does seem to have gone amiss, though, when it comes to the adoption of alternative fuels. Last year, Delivery reported on the lack of enthusiasm evident in the take-up ...

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