The Nissan Pathfinder will also receive a minor facelift, the Peugeot 2008 small SUV will arrive and Citroen will bring its all-new C3 hatch to Australia. Holden is also expected to release limited-run special edition Commodores as well.
The rest of the month’s showroom debuts are focused on lower-volume top end models. The BMW 5 Series is perhaps the most important, and will be joined in BMW showrooms by the more niche 760Li xDrive performance limousine.
Mini will debut two new all-wheel drive models in the month of March, with the Mini Clubman JCW All4 and the second-generation Countryman SUV launching.
New car variants on sale March 2017
- Audi A5 Coupe
- BMW 5 Series and M760Li xDrive
- Citroen C3, C4 Cactus petrol auto
- Holden Commodore special editions
- Infiniti Q60 red Sport
- Jeep Grand Cherokee
- Maserati Ghibli facelift
- Mazda CX-5
- Mini Clubman JCW All4
- Mini Countryman
- Nissan Pathfinder facelift
- Peugeot 2008
- Skoda Superb S
Mini’s five-door behemoth gains a mid-life spritz that includes slightly more under-bonnet poke and subtle styling tweaks to make it look less corpulent and more a part of the Mini family. Its bum still looks rather big, though.