Dovey, Nick; Power, Declan; Bitmead, Stephen; Atkinson, Grant; Churm, Greg; Cardillo, Alf; Tng, James
December 2005
Wheels;Dec2005, p32
Several letters to the editor in response to issues concerning the automobile industry in Australia including a concern on the possible collapse of the Australian big cars due to the continued increase in oil prices, the quality and performance of automobiles presented in motor shows, criticism on the decision of Holden to outsource its small automobile, a correction in a November 2005 article about BMW automobiles, and the comparison of the automobiles XR6, SV6 and VRX are presented.


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