New cars on sale in Australia: August and September

By Which Car staff, 14 Jul 2016 Car News

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Fiat 124 Spider

If you’re thinking of buying a new car in the coming months, and aren’t sure which new models are arriving, this list is essential reading.

A glut of new and exciting models are hitting Aussie roads this August and September, with enough variety to satisfy those looking for a new family SUV or a hardcore sportscar like Nissan’s updated, supercar-beating Nissan GT-R. Leading the list of family orientated arrivals is Jaguar’s eagerly anticipated F-Pace SUV which shares mechanical underpinnings with the excellent Jaguar XE and XF sedans, and starts at $74,340 for the Prestige 20d diesel model. Infiniti’s small QX30 SUV also arrives in late August, while performance car fans have a glut of new metal to choose from including sharper and faster Competition Pack versions of the M3 and M4. Holden is also launching an important new model in the form of its all-new Astra city car.

NEW MODELS ON SALE AUGUST-SEPTEMBER

  • Audi A4 Allroad and SQ7
  • Bentley Bentayga and Mulsanne
  • BMW M3, M4 Competition and M4 GTS
  • Ferrari California T HS; Fiat 124 Spider
  • Haval H6
  • Holden Astra, Colorado facelift, Cruze sedan and Trailblazer
  • Hyundai Elantra Sport
  • Infiniti QX30
  • Jaguar F-Pace
  • Maserati Levante
  • Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class and S-Class Cabriolet
  • MG GS
  • Nissan GT-R
  • Range Rover Evoque Convertible
  • Renault Koleos
  • Suzuki Baleno
  • Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series
  • Volvo V40

FIAT 124 SPIDER

Built on the same platform as the Mazda MX-5, Fiat’s 124 Spider is one of this year’s most hotly anticipated arrivals, and comes equipped with a 125kW turbo engine as well as stunning Italian styling front and rear. We can’t wait to see what Fiat does with the hardtop version.