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Chrysler 300C 2014: Reversing camera not working
The reverse camera in my 2014 Chrysler 300C doesn't work; there’s just a dark screen when I reverse. What could the problem be? Read more
Chrysler 300: replacement key cost
I lost my keys and now have to replace the key fob for my Chrysler 300. Is this something I do through my local Chrysler dealer? Is it generally cheap or expensive? Read more
How reliable are Dodge Caravans and would you classify them as a good car?
How reliable are Dodge Caravans and would you classify them as a good car? Read more
Subaru, Jeep, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, HSV lead latest recalls
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commissions (ACCC) has issued its latest round of safety recalls, with a number of models called back from Subaru, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, HSV... Read more
Defective Takata airbags trigger mandatory recall of 2.3 million vehicles
The Australian government has issued a compulsory recall of 2.3 million vehicles affected by faulty Takata airbags based on information provided from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Read more
Takata airbag recall: how do I find out if my car is affected?
What do you do if your car is part of the Takata airbag recall? We're here to help you figure it out. Read more
ACCC considers compulsory Takata airbag recall
Car manufacturers have been slammed by the federal government’s small business minister for not doing enough to accelerate the replacement of almost 2.49 million defective Takata airbags. ...Read more
BMW, Mazda, FCA, Citroen and Peugeot models recalled
Manufacturers including BMW, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), Peugeot and Citroen have issued recalls via the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). Read more
Takata airbag recall impacts some brands twice
The Takata airbag recalls continue to intensify. Read more
Best replacement for a Calais
I currently drive a 2014 Holden Calais and I'm looking to upgrade. Could you tell me what other brand of car would be similar in size and features so I have some choice? Read more
Chrysler and Jeep vehicles recalled to reduce roll-away risk
More than 47,000 cars recalled nationally to install software designed to minimise risk of cars rolling away if not parked properly. Read more
Deadly Takata airbag recall nears 1.2 million in Australia
Only a fraction of the 1.2 million cars on Australia roads with airbags that can spray shrapnel have been fixed, new figures show. Read more
Takata airbag recall hits 1.1 million in Australia
Only a fraction of the 1.1 million cars on Australia roads with airbags that can spray shrapnel have been fixed, new figures show.More than 1.1 million cars in Australia are now affected by the world ...Read more
Used Chrysler 300C review: 2005-2012
Mainstream sedans are traditionally on the sedate side in style and are aimed at sensible souls who don't want to stand out from the crowd. Not so the Chrysler 300C, this big American machine is ...Read more
Refund wanted on 300C
My 2013 Chrysler 300C has been back to the dealer so many times it's a lemon. I call customer complaints and they don't call me back. I haven't driven the car in months and I'm paying for it. I have ...Read more
Sedan options after Commodore?
Beyond 2017, when no more cars are made here in Australia, what car options will be available? From what I see there seems to be a shift towards the SUV market or something small, but I'm 182cm tall ...Read more
Ford Falcon: What's a good replacement for towing?
Your advice please as we have a Falcon and have towed a caravan, about 1900kg fully loaded, with it for several years. It will soon be time to replace the tow vehicle but not the van. We like the ...Read more
Takata airbag recall tally climbs past 660,000 cars in Australia
The number of "ticking timebombs" on Australian roads has increased again. But experts warn there is nothing buyers can do but wait to get their cars fixed.The number of vehicles caught up in the ...Read more
Takata airbag recall now world's biggest with 53 million cars affected
More than half a million cars in Australia are now part of what has become the world’s biggest automotive recall for airbags that can spray shrapnel — and the figure is set to climb.Japanese company ...Read more