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    Now that we no longer manufacture in Australia, arenít UK standards sufficient for our needs in the areas of safety and emissions, or is it about our reportedly poor fuel standards?.
    Would we be more up to date with current European models without them?.


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    We still need Adrs take a read and see how different ours are


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    Quote Originally Posted by dmccurtayne View Post
    We still need Adrs take a read and see how different ours are


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    What is necessarily different that we can be exposed to UK standards?.
    I suspect it was a bureaucratic means of slowing down overseas imports and their advanced features in order to provide a Ďlegitimateí protection structure for our domestic auto manufacturers.


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    I totally agree, we have no local car industry to protect and surely if a vehicle is sold in other 1st world markets it should be suitable for ours ??
    Quote Originally Posted by Nagaman View Post
    Now that we no longer manufacture in Australia, aren’t UK standards sufficient for our needs in the areas of safety and emissions, or is it about our reportedly poor fuel standards?.
    Would we be more up to date with current European models without them?.


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