Ford Falcon G6 Limited Edition

G6 LE

The limited edition Ford G6 has now on sale at Peter Warren and Macarthur Ford dealerships.
It is available in both the standard hi-tech twin cam 6 cylinder engine, or with the optional E-Gas engine.
Ford’s 6 cylinder engine with 195kw and 380Nm of torque still makes the Falcon one of the most efficient large cars on the market. No other large car has the effortless low rev performance as the Falcon. With this much torque there is no need to rev the engine hard, using more fuel. It is quite happy to quietly work and give you outstanding economy. To keep up, the competition are decreasing their engine size just to compete with Ford! 

The extras over the standard G6 are numerous. The G6 is already well equiped and these additional features compliment them and makes the G6 Limited Edition an outstanding value purchase.

– Bluetooth Integration and Leather seats
– Limited Edition badging
– iPod Intergration
– Sports leather wrap steering wheel
– Unique fog lamp bezels
– Unique front grills
– Unique rear bumper inserts
– Side curtain airbags
– 18″ 7-spoke alloy wheels
– 17″ 5-spoke alloys with E-Gas option

This outstanding offer is now available at the following Sydney Ford dealers:
– Peter Warren Ford and Macarthur Ford Campbelltown and Narellan.

Ford Fiesta TDCi

Performance, Economy and Eco-Friendliness Team Up in the Ford Fiesta Coming soon to take Australia by storm, the Ford Fiesta offers a 1.6 TDCi (Turbo Diesel Engine) and is expected to be one of the most economical and CO2 friendly vehicles in Australia. The Ford Fiesta is a perfect vehicle for the driver who is looking to save money at the petrol pump while driving a sporty looking attractive car and reducing his or her carbon footprint.

Along with excellent performance, it also offers state of the art technology in the dashboard. Not only can you drive safely, you can also safely rock out with your iPod or chat with friends using Bluetooth and voice activated technology to keep in touch, all with steering wheel mounted controls to help you keep your eyes on the road.
The Ford Fiesta upholds the reliable name of Ford in this sporty and efficient vehicle. For lovers of small cars, the Ford Fiesta is an excellent choice in both performance and economy. The Ford Fiesta combines safety with fuel economy, so you can feel protected while driving this car and also saving at the fuel station. The extremely responsive steering and brake technology enhance safety as you drive.

As many drivers can tell you, a poor economy and rising petrol prices have left drivers avoiding the pump until they are running dry. It is easy to see that our diminishing natural resources are making small cars, such as the Ford Fiesta, the wave of the future. The Ford Fiesta consumes about half as much petrol as the traditional family car. With a five door design , you can even increase your eco-friendliness by seating even more friends in your Ford Fiesta. Even for those who aren’t already small car enthusiasts, the greatest benefit of the smaller car is its ability to save the consumer money. The Ford Fiesta will not only cost less at the dealership, but its petrol consumption will leave you with more paper in your wallet. If you need a frame of reference, the Ford Fiesta was designed to rival the Mazda2, the Hyundai Getz, the Toyota Yaris and the Holden Barina. If you have ever found yourself interested in one of these vehicles, you should definitely consider test driving a Ford Fiesta.

Hyundai iLoad and iMax 4 star ANCAP crash safety rating

ANCAP is pleased to announce that both the iMax and iLoad have been awarded a 4-star safety rating by ANCAP.

Hyundai has taken the decision to actively raise the safety bar for its fleet and has been working with ANCAP in a bid to ensure safety is built in and the vehicles incorporate the latest safety features.

Now iMax and iLoad owners have even more of a reason for giving themselves a pat on the back for having made the right choice.  In recent ANCAP tests, both vehicles (from March 2009-build onwards) scored a four-star occupant safety rating.

 With the semi-bonneted design – there is more ‘real estate’ to engineer in crumple zones – affords occupants much greater protection than is possible with straight forward control (cab-over) style vans, it’s great to see Hyundai’s conviction vindicated by ANCAP’s rigorous and independent test regimes.

Customer feedback suggests that there are a number of reasons for the popularity of the two vehicles.  The fact that they get all the power and torque they want from the 2.5 litre Common Rail Direct injection turbo Diesel, while not missing out on fuel efficiency is one reason why. The 2.4 litre petrol engine is also very frugal – something that’s very important nowadays.  Other reasons for ownership pleasure and satisfaction include the payload capacity – up to 1132kg – and Hyundai’s five year warranty.

At Peter Warren Hyundai, we are proud to be associated with one of the innovators of the industry. For more information on either of these vehicles, click here for iLoad and iMax.

Ford Mondeo Titanium

Coming soon to Peter Warren Ford is a new model of the Mondeo range, the Mondeo Titanium. It is a luxury version of the Mondeo whos exterior looks similar to the XR5 version. Competing against the Volkswagen Passat, Mazda 6 Luxury, Honda Euro and even BMW 320i. The Mondeo Titanium blends style, luxury and drivability like no other car in it’s class. It is amongst the best in passive and active safety features that will ensure a safe trip along with smooth economical petrol or diesel engines.
It will have additional features over the already well equiped Zetec and TDCi Mondeo.

The full list of features are:
– 2.3 litre Duratec 16V 4-cylinder petrol engine
– 6-speed automatic with Sequential Sports Shift
– Sports suspension
– Dynamic Stability Control1 with Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) and Traction Control
– Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)
– State of the art airbag system comprising:
– Driver and front passenger airbags
– Driver and front passenger side airbags
– Front and rear side curtain airbags
– Driver’s knee airbag
– Forward Collision Warning
– Collision Mitigation
– 18 ” alloy wheels2
– Body Styling Kit
– Fog lamps
– Dual Zone Climate Control
– Bluetooth® Hands free with Voice Control3
– Adaptive Cruise Control
– Sony premium sound system with 6-disc in-dash CD player and 8 speakers
– USB music port
– MP3 Compatibility
– Human Machine Interface (HMI) with premium colour cluster display
– Alcantara/leather sports seat trim with variable heated front seats
– Sunroof
– Dynamic Headlights
– Cornering lamps
– Smart Key with ‘Ford Power’ starter button
– Park Assist (front and rear parking sensors)
– Rain sensing wipers
– Automatic headlight ON/OFF feature
– Perimeter alarm
– Front and rear power windows
– ‘Follow me home’ lighting
– Ford Easy Fuel® (capless refuelling with mis-fuel inhibitor)
– 60/40 split fold rear seat providing flexible passenger and cargo carrying options

Optional Features:
– Optional 2.0L Duratorq 4-cylinder Turbo Diesel

New Ford Mondeo Wagon

Ford of Europe’s Mondeo Wagon is our newest addition to the stable. It is available in two specification levels: LX and Zetec. Both models mirror the features list of their hatch back versions.
The Mondeo Wagon will compete against the likes of Mazda 6 Wagon, Volkswagen Passat Wagon as well as the Holden Commodore Sportwagon.
Both the LX and Zetec will satisfy a family with its fuel ecomomy, safety, space and features, as as well as the travelling sales representitive looking for a comfortable, and user friendly tool of trade. On top of that, doubling as the family car on weekends.

The Zetec Wagon features list consists of:

The stylish and hi-tech Mondeo Zetec Wagon includes:

• 2.3 litre Duratec 16V 4-cylinder petrol engine
• 6-speed automatic with Sequential Sports Shift
• Control Blade Independent Rear Suspension
• Dynamic Stability Control1 with Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) and Traction Control
• Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)
• State of the art airbag system comprising:
o Driver and front passenger airbags
o Driver and front passenger side airbags
o Front and rear side curtain airbags
o Driver’s knee airbag
• 17″ alloy wheels2
• Front fog lamps
• Dual zone climate control
• Bluetooth® Hands free with Voice Control3
• Cruise control with steering wheel mounted controls
• Sony premium sound system with 6-disc in-dash CD player and 8 speakers
• USB music port
• MP3 Compatibility
• Human Machine Interface (HMI) with premium colour cluster display
• Park Assist (front and rear parking sensors)
• Rain sensing wipers
• Automatic headlight ON/OFF feature
• Perimeter alarm
• Front and rear power windows
• ‘Follow me home’ lighting
• Ford Easy Fuel® (capless refuelling with mis-fuel inhibitor)
• 60/40 split fold rear seat providing flexible passenger and cargo carrying options

1 Dynamic Stability Control is also known as Electronic Stability Control
2 Set of four
3 Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG Inc., and is used under license

Hyundai i20 coming to Australia

Featuring a new head-turning style, excellent safety dynamics, and versatile interiors, the new Hyundai i20 releasing in later this year definitely outshines its predecessors. Building on its image of cost-effectiveness and reliability, Hyundai enhanced the design, the quality, and the functionality of its i20 model. It sports intelligently configured interiors, new chassis and tuned suspension, fuel-efficient turbo-diesel engines, and the choice of automatic or manual transmission.

Styling and Design
The Hyundai i20 was developed in Russelsheim, Germany to meet the expectations of European consumers. Its looks are appealing and inoffensive; drivers from any age group can drive the Hyundai i20 and still look stylish. Inside the cabin, the Hyundai i20 releasing in late March 2009 is impressive. It has one of the best interiors of all Hyundai cars and it rivals the market leaders in its segment.

Luxury and comfort is evident in any angle. There are four trim levels available for this model including the Classic, the Comfort, the Style, and the Premium. All versions is equipped with climate control, CD and MP3 audio system, integrated data screen, tire pressure monitoring capability, multi-function steering, keyless entry, and adjustable driver’s seat.

Legroom is sufficient at the back while the load bay can carry up to 295-litres of weight. The dash layout looks efficient and the driving position is good. The Comfort version of the Hyundai i20 features multifunction wheels and upholstery panels. Meanwhile, its Style version sports leather seats and metallic trim at the dashboard. The plastics used in the interiors have also improved in quality compared to previous Hyundai models.

Performance
Engine and transmission specs and details will be available closer to the cars release.
In Europe, the Hyundai i20 has turbo diesel engines (Euro-IV compliant) as well. The 1.6-litre engine comes in two specifications including the 115PS and the 128PS. The 1.4-litre version also comes in two specifications including the 75PS and the 90PS.

Overall Driving Experience
The Hyundai i20 delivers on agile and seamless driving performance. The automobile was tested to suit Europe’s varied driving environment. It can easily operate in the hot weather of Spain, the high-speed roads of Germany, and the cold climate of Sweden. The company’s handling engineers have ensured that the MacPherson strut and torsion beam suspension meets the taut ride desired by the European market.

As a company known for world-class safety features, the new Hyundai i20 offers both active and passive safety devices. It is fitted with six airbags, ABS anti-lock system, electronic stability control, and electronic brake force distribution (EBD). On the other hand, Hyundai’s extensive use of noise reduction technology, especially for the diesel-powered versions, has resulted to new levels of sophistication and refinement. All these features combined have resulted to a truly amazing car: the Hyundai i20.