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New IVECO Daily for Mother’s Day | TRANSPORT NEWS

Mother’s Day gifts don’t get much better than a new IVECO Daily van, and for charity ‘St Kilda Mums’, the arrival of a new 9m³ Daily 35S was the perfect present for hundreds of mums who will benefit from faster and more efficient deliveries of much needed goods. Based in the Melbourne suburb of St Kilda but servicing all areas ...

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Renault’s 2018-spec Trafic Formula Edition | TRANSPORT NEWS

Renault returns its Trafic Formula Edition to the Australian market from May onwards, with 125 examples landing at Renault dealers across the country. Due to the success of the 2017 editions selling out with a speed similar to a Renault Sport F1 pitstop, Renault Australia has ordered additional supplies this year, with the 2018 Formula Edition available in Storm Grey or ...

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More grunt for Amarok | TRANSPORT NEWS

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles in Australia has confirmed an engine upgrade for the Amarok with a new EU6 190kW/200kW on overboost tune of its V6 engine heading to Australia in the third quarter of 2018.  The current EU5 V6 engine offered in the Amarok produces 180kW on overboost, and 550Nm of torque.The new, higher output Amarok will be first available in ...

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Projecta Launches Lithium-Specific ‘Intelli-Charge’ Battery Charger Range | TRANSPORT NEWS

Projecta has released a new range of ‘Intelli-Charge’ Lithium charges, specifically for Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) batteries, as used in caravan, camper trailer and boating applications. The new range comprises three 12V, 5-stage models, the ICI500L, IC2500L and IC5000L, providing charge rates of 15A, 25A and 50A respectively. All three chargers feature adjustable output, making them suitable for different battery ...

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Tactical sweep raids have captured 178,781 counterfeit car parts likely bound for Australian cars| TRANSPORT NEWS

Eight raids across the United Arab Emirates, conducted as a joint effort between Al Futtaim and the UAE Government, have netted a massive haul of parts valued at AU$1.45 million. Over two months the raids were executed across Al Ain, Umm al Quwain and Dubai. Counterfeit investigation experts have again confirmed the parts were likely headed for Australian streets. Federal ...

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