February 2010
Wheels;Feb2010, p24
The article presents the incoming models of automobiles to be released in 2010 in Australia, including the Mazda 2 sedan from Mazda Motor Corp., BMW 5 Series from Bayerische Motoren Werke AG (BMW), and Toyota FT-86 from Toyota Motor Corp.


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