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The Porsche 911 Turbo has returned to fight the all-conquering Godzilla. CAR pits the GT-R against the formidable new 911 turbo S, which packs all-wheel drive, four-wheel steering, and 552bhp from its twin-turbo flat six.

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This is the 2020 Subaru WRX STI. And its the highest spec 2020 you can buy. It has a turbo, 310 horsepower and an unrivaled AWD system in its class. It’s had a few updates for 2020. James and Thomas jump behind the wheel to see if it still holds up in light of its upcoming refresh. Because at $47,000 CAD, it’s got some stiff competition. Watch and enjoy. SUBSCRIBE!

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The new Corolla Altis comes as a whiff of fresh air – Toyota’s mega successful entry level executive car looks good and performs well. This vehicle will reaffirm Toyota’s dominance in this sector and the new Corolla with segment first features like LED front headlamps is going to be a technology and quality leader all the way.

I review the all-new 2020 Chevrolet Corvette with it’s mid-engine design and supercar performance. It’s starting price of just $59,995 makes it one of the best sports car bargains the world has ever seen. With a blazing fast 2.9 second 0-60 time, and excellent handling, this standard C8 Corvette is already more performance than most people will ever be able to use on the street. Add in the dramatic looks and great sound, and you have a car that everyone else on the street will admire as well. What do you think of the mid-engine Corvette C8? Huge thanks to Chevy for providing me with this opportunity to drive the 2020 Corvette!

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MG has launched the new HS model in one of the busiest parts of the Australian new car market. Competing with big-name players, the all-new MG HS model will need to offer more than just good value for buyers to consider it. So, how does it stack up?

If you plugged a computer into Australia’s car market and had it design a car, I’m fairly sure it would come up with something like the MG HS.

Does it compete in one of the hottest-selling segments in Australia? Yep, it’s a mid-size SUV. Does it compete on price? Yep, it’s impressively cheap when compared to segment favourites. Is it well specified? Yep, it ticks pretty much every box there is to tick when it comes to gear. Does it look good? Yep, it borrows key styling elements from successful rivals.

Now the tricky one: Is there more to the story? Yep, turns out there is.

See, while MG has made impressive progress with its colour-by-numbers approach to car design, selling increasingly large numbers of its MG3 hatch and ZS small SUV, it’s still had a lot of catching up to do to be considered serious competition for Australian consumers.

So, should you be wooed by the HS SUV? Does it represent true progress for a fledging competitor brand? We went to its Australian launch to find out.

This mid-size SUV is incredibly cheap for the segment.

MG has the HS stickered with drive-away prices of $30,990 for the entry-level Vibe or $34,490 for the top-spec (for now) Excite.

There’s not much between them, and generally the specification ticks off almost every box on our checklist.

Both specs get the impressive 10.1-inch touchscreen and semi-digital dash cluster which looks genuinely impressive, although you can tell where the corners have been cut. The processor for the multimedia software is painfully slow, and the screen quality is average, presenting with both glare and ghosting. The Excite gets built-in nav, but you won’t miss it. It’s extremely slow.

Both specs also get the faux leather trim everywhere, digital radio, LED DRLs, reversing camera with guiding lines, and the full safety suite (skip down to safety to see what that’s all about).

All of that for the price of a base model RAV4, Sportage, or Hyundai Tucson is undeniably good value, no matter which way you cut it.

The Excite only adds LED headlights, 1-inch larger alloy wheels (18-inch), a sport drive mode, the electric tailgate, auto wipers, the laggy nav system, and an ambient lighting package. Nothing necessary there, but the small jump in price doesn’t break the value equation either.

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The brand new 2013 Cadillac SRX and the new Lexus RX 350 F Sport are both luxury crossovers that seat 5 people and come with all-wheel-drive. In terms of price, performance and market segment the two vehicles are direct competitors. So this mashup is also a direct matchup review. And while the crossovers directly compete against each other, each brings something a little different to the table. The Cadillac has GM's new CUE technology package while the RX 350 is the racy F Sport version. In another fun and informative TFLcar Mashup review, we see which of these two new sporty and luxurious crossovers is the king of the hill.

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The latest Jaguar XF may not look too different from the old model (or the smaller Jaguar XE), but dig beneath the sleek looks and you’ll find a much-improved executive saloon. The XF is aiming to steal sales from the likes of the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes E Class and Audi A6, and this model is better than ever with a range of powerful and efficient diesel engines, a great drive and stylish interior.

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Tim Campbell gives us a review of a 2002 model Daewoo Avia D75 Euro3, to see how it compares to a proven adversary in the market – the Mercedes-Benz Atego. The Avia comes with a 3.9 litre engine, which produces 150bhp, and has a payload potential of over 3.5 tonnes.

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