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The fam­ily-sized Mazda CX-9 is about to get a tweak and tickle, with the prom­ise of a qui­eter cabin and bet­ter driv­ing. The mid-life up­grade to the Ja­panese seven-seater is promised with six new coun­ter­mea­sures to cut noise and the ad­di­tion of torquevec­tor­ing tech­nol­ogy to im­prove cor­ner­ing feel.


Up­grades are usu­ally the do­main of air­lines but In­finiti has two this week to boost the pop­u­lar­ity of its cars. Any­one buy­ing a baby Q30 Sport will get a $7000 up­grade to the Sport Pre­mium and buy­ers of the Q50 GT from $53,900 will get an $8000 up­grade to the Q50 S Pre­mium model.

A first aid kit is a great ad­di­tion to any car, and the St John Am­bu­lance has a wide range suit­able for all cars and trips. The kit starts from about $54.95.

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