New Car Calendar December 2017


New Car Calendar July 2017
New Car Calendar December 2017

New Car Calendar December 2017

Featured Vehicles

A list of FordHyundaiJeepChryslerDodgeFiatAbarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia:

2017

  • Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives (Dec).
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: Blistering Hellcat-engined large SUV (Dec).

2018

  • Ford EcoSport: Pint-size 2WD SUV to bring updates including relocated spare (Jan).
  • Genesis G80: Renamed, facelifted Hyundai large sedan to bring biturbo V6 (Jan).
  • Genesis G70: Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand builds a BMW 3 Series rival (Feb).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Electric: First mass-market Korean EV, 280km range, affordable (Feb).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid: Look out Prius: Hyundai promises better look and drive (Feb).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in: 50km pure-EV range, petrol power for other times (Feb).
  • Hyundai i30 N: First Hyundai hot hatch here in two specs aimed at Golf GTI (March).
  • Hyundai Santa Fe: All-new large SUV to return V6 petrol option and 2.2 CRDi (Q1 2018).
  • Ford Ranger: Blue Oval’s most popular model gets complete overhaul and Raptor (May).
  • Hyundai Veloster: Second-gen hatch-coupe to bring more style and speed (Q2 2018).
  • Ford Mustang: Facelift for US pony car a long way away (mid-2018).
  • Ford Endura: Imported large SUV to belatedly replace homegrown Territory (late 2018).
  • Jeep Wrangler: Samey design, alloy panels for most iconic Jeep (late 2018).
  • Hyundai i30N: Fastback Swoopier i30 arrives in hot N form only (2018).
  • Kia Cerato: New Korean small sedan due by July 2018, hatch to follow in late 2018.

2019

  • Jeep Scrambler: US brand’s first ute based on new Wrangler (early 2019).
  • Kia small SUV: Long wait for Korean brand’s first compact SUV (2019).

2020

  • Genesis GV70 and GV80: Two all-new SUVs (small and large) coming to Oz (2020).

To Be Confirmed

  • Ford Fiesta: Ford Oz staying mum on seventh-gen light-car revealed in Europe (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo Hybrid: Blue Oval takes aim at Toyota’s fleet-friendly Camry Hybrid (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo ST: Powered-up sports version of new Ford mid-sizer (TBC).
  • Hyundai i30 RN: Hottest i30 to pack 280kW and all-wheel drive (TBC).
  • Kia Optima wagon: Kia’s first mid-size wagon could arrive in late 2016 if signed off (TBC).

Source: New Car Calendar.

Adrian Brien Automotive YouTube
Adrian Brien Automotive YouTube

The Ford Focus RS Is A Class Above


Ford Focus RS - A Small Lesson In Power
Ford Focus RS – A Small Lesson In Power

The Ford Focus RS Is A Class Above

Featured Vehicles

This is no ordinary small car. All-Wheel Drive with Dynamic Torque Vectoring delivers new levels of handling capability and driver enjoyment, while the 2.3L Ecoboost Engine outputs 257kW2 of power. Add sports tuned suspension, spring brakes and anti-roll bars and you’ve got a performance machine that puts its peers to shame.

“What we liked: improved turn-in; dry-weather performance of upgraded tyre; and subtle styling identifiers.”

Source: Ford Focus RS Limited Edition 2017 Review, Motoring.

Ford Focus RS - Superior Design
Ford Focus RS – Superior Design

Superior Design

When it comes to the design of the Ford Focus RS, every detail has a purpose. The 19″ alloy wheels provide enhanced strength and impact resistance. The distinctive rear spoiler helps create zero lift, while Bi-Xenon Headlamps cleverly adapt as terrain and conditions change.

“Even with a 10 per cent price premium the Ford Focus RS Limited Edition is the hot hatch bargain of the decade. It’s properly fast, dynamically outstanding, and sounds the business. Our advice? Get in quick and grab one of this last batch. You won’t regret it.”

Source: Ford Focus RS Limited Edition 2018 review, Cars Guide.

Ford Focus RS - Voice Controlled Satellite Navigation
Ford Focus RS – Voice Controlled Satellite Navigation

Your Voice, In Control

Access your mobile, your music, satellite navigation, even make calls without touching a dial thanks to the SYNC® 3 3 system and the high definition 8” colour touchscreen.

“Herculean power levels; Insane grip levels in all conditions; Those hard-shell Recaro seats; All-wheel drive with slight rear-wheel bias; The pops and bangs from the standard exhaust.”

Source: 2017 Ford Focus RS review, Car Advice.

Ford Focus RS - Recaro Sports Seats
Ford Focus RS – Recaro Sports Seats

Recaro® Sports Seats

Strap yourself in for an exhilarating ride! Sporting the lighter racing shell seats from the world-famous RECARO® brand, drivers will always feel connected to the car.

“The Ford Focus became the most powerful mainstream small car in history in October 2015, when even the least costly models gained turbocharged engines. Every Ford Focus also steers very well, and comes with a reversing camera and satellite navigation. The Ford Focus ST and RS sports hatches are absorbing and very quick. Auto braking is available.”

Source: 2017 Ford Focus Review, Which Car.

Adrian Brien Ford, 1305 South Road St Marys SA 5042.
Adrian Brien Ford, 1305 South Road St Marys SA 5042.

Book Your Test Drive Today!

The Ford Focus RS is available now so contact the team at Adrian Brien Ford on (08) 8374 5444 to book your test drive today!

Your experience is our priority at Adrian Brien Ford.

For choice, convenience and credibility search our stock now…

http://www.adrianbrienford.com.au/

Adrian Brien Ford
Adrian Brien Ford

Disclosures

[1] Every effort has been made to accurately depict vehicle colours on this site. Due to the differences in computer equipment some variations may occur. Colours are correct for vehicles produced from January 2016. Please consult your Authorised Ford Dealer to view the actual colours and confirm vehicle production date. Prestige paint is an option that occurs an additional charge. (Frozen White is not prestige paint).

[2] All performance data measured using 98 RON.

[3] Not all SYNC® features are supported on all phones, for a full compatibility list see https://www.ford.com.au/technology/sync/.

[4] Please visit http://www.ford.com.au/latest-offers/national to determine if there is a current recommended offer on this vehicle. The estimated drive away price is based on a vehicle being garaged in your currently selected postcode and on the owner being a ‘rating one’ driver aged 40 with a good driving record. The estimated drive away price includes Manufacturer’s List Price, 12 months registration, 12 months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), an estimated Dealer delivery charge, stamp duty and other applicable statutory charges. The estimated drive away price is for the base manual model (where a manual derivative is not available, the base model is automatic) and does not include prestige paint or any options or accessories unless specified. Your actual drive away price is at the discretion of the selling dealer and may differ depending on your individual circumstances or choice of insurer. Statutory charges are current as at 19/8/16. Please consult your preferred Ford Dealer to confirm a price that is specific to you.

[5] Fuel consumption and emissions as per ADR 81/02 (combined cycle) and to be used for vehicle comparison purposes only. It is unlikely that this fuel consumption figure will be achieved in real world driving conditions. Actual fuel consumption will depend on many factors including the driver’s habits, prevailing conditions and the vehicle’s equipment, condition and use.

New Car Calendar November 2017


New Car Calendar July 2017
New Car Calendar November 2017

New Car Calendar November 2017

Featured Vehicles

A list of FordHyundaiJeepChryslerDodgeFiatAbarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia:

2017

  • Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Nov).
  • Kia Sorento: Updates for unsung Korean seven-seat SUV (Nov).
  • Ford Focus RS: Limited-edition hyper-hatch scores Quaife front diff (Nov 2017).
  • Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives (Dec).
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: Blistering Hellcat-engined large SUV (Dec).

2018

  • Ford EcoSport: Pint-size 2WD SUV to bring updates including relocated spare (Jan).
  • Genesis G80: Renamed, facelifted Hyundai large sedan to bring biturbo V6 (Jan).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Electric: First mass-market Korean EV, 280km range, affordable (Feb).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid: Look out Prius: Hyundai promises better look and drive (Feb).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in: 50km pure-EV range, petrol power for other times (Feb).
  • Genesis G70: Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand builds a BMW 3 Series rival (Feb).
  • Hyundai i30 N: First Hyundai hot hatch here in two specs aimed at Golf GTI (March).
  • Jeep Wrangler: Samey design, alloy panels for most iconic Jeep (early 2018).
  • Hyundai Santa Fe: All-new large SUV to return V6 petrol option and 2.2 CRDi (Q1 2018).
  • Ford Ranger: Blue Oval’s most popular model gets complete overhaul and Raptor (May).
  • Hyundai Veloster: Second-gen hatch-coupe to bring more style and speed (Q2 2018).
  • Ford Mustang: Facelift for US pony car a long way away (mid-2018).
  • Ford Endura: Imported large SUV to belatedly replace homegrown Territory (late 2018).
  • Kia Cerato: New Korean small sedan due by July 2018, hatch to follow in late 2018.
  • Hyundai i30N: Fastback Swoopier i30 arrives in hot N form only (2018).

2019

  • Jeep Scrambler: US brand’s first ute based on new Wrangler (early 2019).
  • Kia small SUV: Long wait for Korean brand’s first compact SUV (2019).

2020

  • Genesis GV70 and GV80: Two all-new SUVs (small and large) coming to Oz (2020).

To Be Confirmed

  • Ford Fiesta: Ford Oz staying mum on seventh-gen light-car revealed in Europe (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo: Hybrid Blue Oval takes aim at Toyota’s fleet-friendly Camry Hybrid (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo ST: Powered-up sports version of new Ford mid-sizer (TBC).
  • Hyundai i30 RN: Hottest i30 to pack 280kW and all-wheel drive (TBC).
  • Kia Optima wagon: Kia’s first mid-size wagon could arrive in late 2016 if signed off (TBC).

Source: New Car Calendar.

Adrian Brien Automotive YouTube
Adrian Brien Automotive YouTube

The New Hyundai Sonata. Settle For More.


New 2018 Sonata
New 2018 Sonata

The New Hyundai Sonata. Settle For More.

Featured Vehicles

Power. Technology. Space. Sonata is the car that gives you more. From style to safety, it confidently ticks every box on your checklist.

“Still big and comfortable, this is an adept family hauler thanks to its sizable back seat and large trunk.”

Source: Hyundai Sonata, Car And Driver.

Key Features

Sonata New Sporty Design
Sonata New Sporty Design

New Sporty Design

Dramatically redesigned, the new 2018 Sonata comes with a completely new exterior. The redesign features a sportier front and rear, with the addition of Hyundai’s new signature cascading grille.

“Like everyone else we were looking around for a small SUV vehicle that seems popular these days. After trying numerous vehicles of all makes and models a salesman suggested the Sonata. We took it for a test and fell in love. Great price. Great on fuel and even though I’m a big guy there is still plenty of room and very comfortable for the four of us. Would recommend those looking at the small SUV that they open up their options.”

Source: mrpatto, Product Review.

Two Choices Of Powerful Engines
Two Choices Of Powerful Engines

Two Choices Of Powerful Engines

You’ll find plenty of power in the Sonata’s 138kW 2.4L petrol engine or the 180kW 2.0L turbo* engine.

Available exclusively on the 2.0L turbo engine is Hyundai’s 8-speed automatic transmission* offering enhanced shift logic – it’s faster, more responsive and has smoother gear shifts.

* Only available on Premium variant.

More Tech
More Tech

More Tech

The New 2018 Sonata now comes with more tech including Apple Carplay and Android Auto as standard across the range and wireless smartphone charging*.

* Only available on Premium variant.

Hyundai Smart Sense
Hyundai Smart Sense

Hyundai SmartSense™

Hyundai SmartSenseTM* technology is constantly working to help protect you on the road. This includes Blind Spot Detection (BSD), Smart Cruise Control (SCC), Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA), Driver Attention Alert (DAA) and more.

* Only available on Premium variant.

Sonata Turning Heads
Sonata Turning Heads

Turn Heads

The new 2018 Sonata comes with a distinguished new look.

The redesign features a sportier front and rear, including Hyundai’s trademark new cascading front grille.

Exterior Features

New Hyundai Cascading Front Grille
New Hyundai Cascading Front Grille

New Hyundai Cascading Front Grille

Show a bold face to the world with Hyundai’s new signature cascading front grille, which comes in a mesh pattern on Premium variants.

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18 Inch Alloy Wheels
18 Inch Alloy Wheels

18” Alloy Wheels

The 18” alloy wheels on Premium models provide your Sonata with a designer finish.

Only available on Premium variant.

Daytime Running Lights
Daytime Running Lights

Daytime Running Lights

Stay visible to oncoming traffic with the LED lights that automatically switch on as you start driving.

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Side Mirrors
Side Mirrors

Side Mirrors

Repeating LED lights on the side mirrors help keep your family safe by alerting other drivers of your intention to switch lanes.

Premium variants come with black mirror caps for an extra touch of glamour.

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Sonata Comfort Remembered
Sonata Comfort Remembered

Comfort, Remembered

Step into your Sonata and you’ll find yourself in deceptively spacious surrounds packed with technology.

Interior Features

Auto Hold
Auto Hold

Auto Hold

Activate the Auto Hold button and the car remains stationary in traffic and at the lights until you accelerate.

Only available on Premium variant.

Integrated Memory System
Integrated Memory System

Integrated Memory System

There’s nothing like a car that knows you. With the Integrated Memory System on the Sonata, you can store your seat and side mirror preferences.

Only available on Premium variant.

Steering Wheel Mounted Controls
Steering Wheel Mounted Controls

Steering Wheel Mounted Controls

Helps you keep your focus on the road and your hands on the wheel.

Tech Control
Tech Control

Tech Control

The Sonata is the tech hub that travels with you. Even the smallest details are designed with your busy modern life in mind.

Tech Features

Apple Carplay And Android Auto Compatibility
Apple Carplay And Android Auto Compatibility

Apple Carplay™ & Android Auto™ Compatibility

Safely play music and make calls with Apple Carplay™ and Android Auto™ that comes as standard.

Wireless Smartphone Charging
Wireless Smartphone Charging

Wireless Smartphone Charging

Easily charge your smartphone without the need for cables.

Only available on Premium variant.

Ventilated Front Seats
Ventilated Front Seats

Ventilated Front Seats

For hot summer days, high-speed cooling elements ventilate your seat up in seconds.

Only available on Premium variant.

Rain Sensing Wipers
Rain Sensing Wipers

Rain Sensing Wipers

Drive safer in rainy weather with smart wipers that instantly activate upon sensing moisture.

Only available on Premium variant.

Thrilling Performance
Thrilling Performance

Thrilling Performance

You have two choices of powerful engines, including a 138 kW 2.4L petrol engine or a 180 kW 2.0L turbo petrol engine.

Two Choices Of Powerful Engines
Two Choices Of Powerful Engines

Two Choices Of Powerful Engines

Premium models come with an 8-speed automatic transmission and are powered by a 2.0L turbo engine that delivers 180kW of power (at 6,000 RPM) and 353 Nm of torque (at 1,350– 4000 RPM).

Active variants harness a powerful 2.4L petrol engine that delivers 138kW of power (at 6,000 RPM) and 241 Nm of torque (at 4000 RPM).

Paddle Shifters
Paddle Shifters

Paddle Shifters

Enjoy a sportier experience when you use the shifters to manually change gear.

Drive Mode 4 Settings
Drive Mode 4 Settings

Drive Mode – 4 Settings

The Sonata comes with a smart feature allowing you to choose from 4 drive mode settings – Comfort, Sport, Eco and Smart – depending on your conditions and driving style.

‘Smart’ drive mode setting only available on Premium.

Safety First And Always
Safety First And Always

Safety First And Always

Your family’s safety comes first, everytime. That’s why the Sonata boasts the maximum 5 star ANCAP rating, plus Hyundai SmartSense™ technology to help keep you alert at all times.

Rear View Camera
Rear View Camera

Rear View Camera

Makes parking easier by displaying what’s behind you on the screen.

Front And Rear Parking Assist System
Front And Rear Parking Assist System

Front & Rear Parking Assist System

Helps you avoid obstacles that aren’t easy to spot from the driver’s seat.

Only available on Premium variant.

Blind Spot Detection
Blind Spot Detection

Blind Spot Detection (BSD)

Alerts you to traffic in blind spots or vehicles approaching the rear of your car at high speeds, including during lane changes.

Only available on Premium variant.

Driver Attention Alert
Driver Attention Alert

Driver Attention Alert

Warns you of reckless or tired driving patterns with an audible alert and visual warning displayed on the instrument cluster.

Only available on Premium variant.

Smart Cruise Control
Smart Cruise Control

Smart Cruise Control (SCC)

Automatically maintains the set speed and distance from the vehicle ahead. If it detects a vehicle stopping ahead of you, the Sonata comes to a complete stop and restarts within 3 seconds once the vehicle in front departs.

Only available on Premium variant.

Don't Worry Drive Happy
Don’t Worry Drive Happy

Don’t Worry, Drive Happy

When you drive away in your new Hyundai Sonata, it’s just the start of a brilliant journey. From your complimentary first service at 1,500 km, Hyundai offers Australia’s highest levels of ongoing support and care in our iCare program.

Adrian Brien Hyundai
Adrian Brien Hyundai: Corner 1305 South Road and 1 Ayliffes Road St Marys SA 5042.

Book Your Test Drive Today

The all-new Hyundai Sonata is available now so contact the team at Adrian Brien Hyundai on (08) 8374 5444 to book your test drive today!

Your experience is our priority at Adrian Brien Hyundai.

Corner 1305 South Road and 1 Ayliffes Road

(Enter via Ayliffes Road)

St Marys SA 5042

Phone: (08) 8374 5444.

For choice, convenience and credibility search our stock now!

http://www.adrianbrienhyundai.com.au

Adrian Brien Hyundai
Adrian Brien Hyundai

New Car Calendar October 2017


New Car Calendar July 2017
New Car Calendar October 2017

New Car Calendar October 2017

Featured Vehicles

A list of FordHyundaiJeepChryslerDodgeFiatAbarth and Kia vehicles planned for release in Australia:

2017

  • Hyundai Kona: All-new small SUV based on i30 to slot under Tucson (Oct).
  • Hyundai Sonata: Significant upgrade to include fresh look and mechanicals (Oct).
  • Jeep Compass: Replacement for both Compass and Patriot finally arrives (Oct).
  • Kia Sorento: Updates for unsung Korean seven-seat SUV (Oct).
  • Kia Stinger: Four-door rear-drive GT concept to morph into Commodore rival (Oct).
  • Ford Focus RS: Limited-edition hyper-hatch scores Quaife front diff (Nov).
  • Genesis G80: Renamed, facelifted Hyundai large sedan to bring biturbo V6 (Nov).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Electric: First mass-market Korean EV, 280km range, affordable (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid: Look out Prius: Hyundai promises better look and drive (Dec).
  • Hyundai IONIQ Plug-in: 50km pure-EV range, petrol power for other times (Dec).
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk: Blistering Hellcat-engined large SUV (Dec).

2018

  • Genesis G70: Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand builds a BMW 3 Series rival (Feb 2018).
  • Ford EcoSport: Pint-size 2WD SUV to bring updates including relocated spare (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai i30 N: First Hyundai hot hatch to offer 202kW, 19-inch alloys, LSD (Q1 2018).
  • Hyundai Santa Fe: All-new large SUV to return V6 petrol option and 2.2 CRDi (Q1 2018).
  • Jeep Wrangler: Samey design, alloy panels for most iconic Jeep (early 2018).
  • Hyundai Veloster: Second-gen hatch-coupe to bring more style and speed (Q2 2018).
  • Ford Mustang: Facelift for US pony car a long way away (mid-2018).
  • Ford Edge: Imported large SUV will fill the void vacated by Territory from October (2018).
  • Genesis GV80: First of two all-new SUVs (small and large) coming to Oz (2018).
  • Hyundai i30N: Fastback Swoopier i30 arrives in hot N form only (2018).
  • Kia Cerato: New Korean small sedan due by mid-2018, hatch to follow (2018).

2019

  • Jeep Scrambler: US brand’s first ute based on new Wrangler (early 2019).
  • Kia small SUV: Long wait for Korean brand’s first compact SUV (2019).

To Be Confirmed

  • Ford Fiesta: Ford Oz staying mum on seventh-gen light-car revealed in Europe (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo: Hybrid Blue Oval takes aim at Toyota’s fleet-friendly Camry Hybrid (TBC).
  • Ford Mondeo ST: Powered-up sports version of new Ford mid-sizer (TBC).
  • Hyundai i30 RN: Hottest i30 to pack 280kW and all-wheel drive (TBC).
  • Kia Optima wagon: Kia’s first mid-size wagon could arrive in late 2016 if signed off (TBC).

Source: New Car Calendar.

Adrian Brien Automotive YouTube
Adrian Brien Automotive YouTube