UPCOMING MODELS: Some Early Christmas Presents, Plus Plenty To Look Forward To In 2015

Whilst a few manufacturers have some final ‘hurrahs’ planned before the year’s end, others are rolling up their sleeves for major releases in 2015.

The year is certainly not over for French car makers Peugeot and Citroen, with the latter rumoured to be releasing its striking C4 Cactus before the end of December.

A nod to quirky Citroens of old, the C4 Cactus is a lightweight crossover dubbed as a genuine alternative to small hatchbacks. Modern and innovative, amongst its raft of interesting and insightful features, it brings Airbump® panels to the side doors. Made from TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane), the air capsules absorb impacts and help prevent scratches.

Meanwhile, Peugeot plans to release its refreshed 3008 and 5008 models. One a small SUV, the other a seven seat people mover, both models will benefit from revised styling, equipment upgrades and more.

Heading into 2015 and two new cars, from two major brands, will no doubt grab the attention of buyers.

First, the new Ford Mondeo is expected to land in January, bringing with it an arguably Aston-Martin inspired front end, and raft of impressive technology. Over the course of its release, both Petrol and Hybrid drivetrain technology will be offered.

Over to Japan, and the introduction of a completely new model from Honda could soon become a household name. The Vezel small SUV will take on the likes of the Holden Trax and Nissan Juke, with usual Honda style and efficiency of course.

Fast forward to February and we’ll see the new car scene in Australia explode with new comers from all corners, including a number of high-performance models like the long awaited Honda NSX supercar, Audi TT and Hyundai Genesis Coupe…

We can hardly wait!


NOV/DEC 2014
• Citroen C4 Cactus
• Ford Territory (Facelift)
• Kia Carnival
• Lexus RC
• Mazda2
• Peugeot 3008
• Peugeot 5008

JAN/FEB 2015
• Ford Mondeo
• Honda Vezel
• Audi TT
• Honda NSX
• Hyundai i20
• Hyundai Genesis Coupe
• Infiniti Q30
• Mitsubishi Triton
• Subaru Liberty
• Tesla Model X
• Volvo XC90

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