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New car diary for March 2022

Make: BMW

Released: Mar 2022

BMW has added the Sport Line to its 118i hatch, 218i Gran Coupe, plus 320i and 330e sedans, replete with upgraded in-car technology, larger wheels and exclusively black exterior finishes. 

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Make: Genesis

Model: G80

Released: Mar 2022

Genesis has tweaked its G20 large sedan’s line-up, which now comprises 2.5- and 3.5-litre turbo-petrol variants. Sport and Sport Line trim grades, plus an upgraded Luxury Package, are optional.

read more about the Genesis G80

Make: Haval

Model: H6 - Hybrid

Released: Mar 2022

The H6 range is now headlined by a 179kW/530Nm petrol-electric Hybrid variant, which features a similar specification to the H6 Ultra, but is said to consume 5.2L/100km (ADR combined cycle).

read more about the Haval H6

Make: Hyundai

Model: Santa Fe

Released: Mar 2022

Hyundai’s seven-seat Santa Fe SUV has been upgraded for 2022, with the revised range receiving extensive safety, comfort and convenience upgrades – as well as modest price increases.

read more about the Hyundai Santa Fe

Make: Mercedes-Benz

Model: C-Class

Released: Mar 2022

Mercedes-Benz’s W206-generation C-Class offers more interior space, 48V mild-hybrid turbo-petrol motors, many new onboard technologies and standard AMG Line exterior and interior trim.

read more about the Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander

Released: Mar 2022

Mitsubishi has slightly reduced the standard spec levels of its Outlander medium SUV’s ES, LS and Aspire variants and increased the asking prices of the Exceed and Exceed Tourer versions.

read more about the Mitsubishi Outlander

Make: Porsche

Model: Macan

Released: Mar 2022

The Macan T plugs the gap between entry-level and S variants in Porsche’s medium SUV range; it has a lowered suspension, plus bespoke technical-, as well as exterior and interior specifications.

read more about the Porsche Macan

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