Mercedes-Benz' all-new 2012 M-Class SUV is now on sale in Australia, replacing the strong-selling but nearly seven year-old second-generation model. For 2012, the M-Class draws on the styling of the brand's newest models, while retaining its familiar forward-swept C-pillar lines. The range kicks off with an $81,400 four-cylinder diesel model, and the entire line-up benefits from reduced fuel consumpion, an extensive feature list and sharper pricing.
BMW Australia says it is entirely possible that a day could soon come when it sells more SUVs from its growing X range — which will expand to at least six models including the new X7 seven-seater from 2017 — than lower-riding passen... Read Post
Skoda has reportedly confirmed one new SUV and possibly a second will join its model range, as the Czech carmaker looks to hit its target of 1.5 million sales annually by 2018. Speaking with the UK’s Autocar, company insiders report... Read Post