The 2015 Chrysler 300C arrives in Australia in two versions, the base entry-level and the Luxury version, with 49,000 AUD as well as 54,000 AUD.
The base 2015 Chrysler 300C will come with a lot of interesting features offered as standard, such as the LED fog lights and taillights, automatic headlights, daytime running lights, as well as the 18-inch alloys.
Inside, the entry-level will also offer high-end materials like Nappa leather, wood and leather on the steering wheels, along with other fine tweaks, such as the rotary shifter, heated front cup holders, dual-zone climate control, the 7.0-inch color instrument cluster, ParkSense, ParkView and a few more.
Honda released official pricing details on the Jazz hatchback, a model that starts from £13,495 in the UK. For this kind of money, you will get the entry-level S model that comes with the City-Brake Active system for extra safety as well as cruise control and air conditioning.
More features are available on the SE version which has 15-inch alloy wheels, heated door mirrors and parking sensors. This version is £1,100 more expensive that the base model.
For £15,715 you get larger 16-inch alloy wheels, smart entry system, fog lamps, a six-speaker audio system and automatic climate control.
Kia automaker is thinking big these days, the South Korean auto brand reportedly planning the launching of an updated version of the Kia GT Concept, which might be released at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Surely that the carmaker has not released any details on that matter, but according to Autovisie online magazine, a fresh Kis GT Concept might see the daylights soon enough.
The new Kia GT Concept is also believed to come with some major body changes, the facelift version giving up the rear hinged doors or the carbon fiber wheels.
Volkswagen produces cars in the United States at Chattanooga, Tennessee, and they just hit an important milestone. The Germans officially announced that their 500,000th Passat just rolled off the assembly line at the aforementioned plant.
“Our Passat has raised the bar on what Americans can expect from a mid-size sedan and the 500,000th car was built with the same passion for detail as the first,” says the carmaker.
The model pictured above, of course, the 500,000th, is a VW Passat Limited Edition with a shiny Candy White finish. Other features include heated front seats, a rearview camera and 17-inch alloy wheels while power is offered by a 1.8-liter petrol unit with 170 hp and 249 Nm of torque.
Volkswagen decided to release pricing details for the Sharan facelift, the German MPV which will start from 32,000 EUR in the home market. On the outside, the revised model has now Jakarta alloy wheels, Hudson Bay Blue and Crimson Red finishes, LED headlights and other minor tweaks.
Power is offered by improved engines, namely a 1.4-liter TSI with 150 hp and a 2.0-liter TSI with 220 hp. More frugal diesels offering between 115 hp and 184 hp from 1.6- and 2.0-liter units are also available.
All engines are now Euro 6 compliant and are linked to a six-speed manual transmission with an automatic one being optional. Inside, buyers will get a revised infotainment system with a touchscreen display.