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New car diary for March 2023

Make: BMW

Model: iX1

Released: Mar 2023

Battery electric version of BMW’s new-gen X1 small SUV priced from $84,900 + ORC. Brings to 12 the number of electrified choices in BMW’s Australian portfolio. Two models offered: xLine and M Sport. The iX1 uses a dual motor system with a combined 230kW and 494Nm.

read more about the BMW iX1

Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Eclipse Cross

Released: Mar 2023

Range-wide updates include 1500W vehicle-to-load (V2L) capability the PHEV, a new look and additional kit (grade dependent). Priced from $31,490 + ORC for petrol and $47,290 + ORC for PHEV.

read more about the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross

Make: MG4

Model: EV

Released: Mar 2023

A small battery electric hatchback and the first model based on a new modular scalable platform developed by MG parent company SAIC Motor. An unusually low-profile battery pack comes in 51kWh and 64kWh capacities and offers up to 450km of range. Pricing TBC.

read more about the MG4 EV

Make: Mazda

Model: CX-8

Released: Mar 2023

Upgraded tech, tweaked suspension and refreshed looks for petrol and diesel CX-8s in return for prices that rise by between $1520 and $2520, now starting from $42,060 + ORC.

read more about the Mazda CX-8

Make: Jeep

Model: Grand Cherokee

Released: Mar 2023

Less expensive five-seat variants join the seven-seat Grand Cherokee L from $77,950 + ORC. Apart from a few spec differences it is the same vehicle underneath with 3.6-litre 210kW/344Nm petrol V6 driving through an eight-speed auto with variant-specific 4x4 systems.

read more about the Jeep Grand Cherokee

Make: Hyundai

Model: Staria - Load Premium

Released: Mar 2023

Packed with additional standard features and priced from $51,240+ ORC, the Staria Load Premium, is designed to enhance the commercial model’s safety, style and convenience. Safest van available says Hyundai, and ANCAP agrees.

read more about the Hyundai Staria

Make: Hyundai

Model: Ioniq 6

Released: Mar 2023

Priced from $74,000 + ORC, the sleek Ioniq 6 electric sedan range will rival the highly popular – and less expensive – Tesla Model 3 with a choice of three variants offering up to 239kW of power, 614km of driving range, and the availability of two- or all-wheel drive. Sold online only.

read more about the Hyundai Ioniq 6

Make: Chery

Model: Omoda5

Released: Mar 2023

A snazzy looking small SUV relaunch vehicle for the Chinese manufacturer sporting 1.5-litre turbo four cylinder petrol engine priced sub $40k drive away (yet to be announced). Feature rich, vehicle is front wheel drive with CVT transmission for launch. Big block 1.6 following. 

read more about the Chery Omoda5

Make: BMW

Model: Z4 - range

Released: Mar 2023

BMW’s sports car gets a freshen with tweaked exterior styling, three new metallic colours, different alloy wheel design, revised kidney grille and front apron plus an expanded standard equipment list. Pricing refreshingly unchanged, starting from $90,900 + ORC for the sDrive18i.

read more about the BMW Z4

Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Pajero Sport - range

Released: Mar 2023

Mildly revised Paj Sport is priced from $44,940 + ORC due late this month/early April with tyre pressure monitoring added to higher grades along with new colours and a popular GLS ‘Deluxe Package’ to continue on Triton-based SUV.

read more about the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport

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