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FORD EF FALCON 4D SEDAN (1994-1995)
WELL proven and well refined, the Falcon package is hard to beat. The 148kW 4.0 engine - more powerful than the Commodore - with four-speed auto or five-speed manual driving the rear wheels. Driver's airbag, central locking, four- speaker radio/cassette player and power steering and mirrors are standard.
TOYOTA CAMRY 4D SEDAN (1993-1995)
A STEP down in power and accommodation but well finished and well appointed. Front-wheel drive with a smooth four cam, 24-valve, 3.0-litre V6 engine driving a four-speed automatic. Well equipped with driver's airbag, central locking, metallic paint, power mirrors and steering and radio/cassette.
MITSUBISHI TR MAGNA 4D SEDAN (1991-1994)
ANOTHER front-wheel drive, 3.0-litre V6 Japanese-designed combination, mated to a choice of four-speed auto or five-speed manual. Almost a "full size" car by Australian standards with good luggage space. Standard equipment includes central locking, power mirrors and steering and radio/cassette player.
SUBARU LIBERTY 4D SEDAN (1989-1998)
THE only four-cylinder here. Exceptional reliability and distinctive in character due to its 2.2-litre, flat-four boxer engine. Front-wheel drive via four-speed auto or five-speed manual. Well finished and well appointed with air-conditioning, cruise control, central locking, power steering, mirrors and windows and radio/cassette player.
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