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Sunraysia Daily Saturday, February 20, 2016
Adventure packed special
OWNING a Triumph Tiger is a silent desire
from a rider longing for adventure!
To help rider s who are looking for
adventure Triumph are offering a range of
offers across their Triumph Tiger range.
Adventure packed, with free Panniers
When you re heading out for adventure,
you re not going to be home by dusk. You ll
want to be packing a spare pair of kit, likely
a camera, some water, a map and some
nibbles just in case.
Literally taking a load off your back,
Triumph is offering free Panniers with these
selected Triumph models.
• Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer Mag Wheel
-- Free Adventure Panniers
• Triumph Tiger 1200 Explorer Wire Wheel
-- Free Adventure Panniers
• Triumph Tiger 1050 Sport -- Free Colour
Adventure packed, your way -- save
If you are all about value in your
adventure, you can t go past this deal.
Triumph is offering a saving of $1000 off
selected Tiger 800 models.
Whether you are a road orientated or off
road orientated adventurer, the Triumph
Tiger 800 is a fantastic bike to get you
out there featuring ABS, traction control,
ride-by-wire, 430km+ fuel range and one of
the most exciting engines in the adventure
class; the 800cc inline triple.
For a limited time Triumph Australia are
offering a saving of $1000 on: Triumph Tiger
800 XC and Triumph Tiger 800 XR.
For more information and pricing contact
Mildura Motorcycles LMCT 8145 at 733
15th St, Mildura, phone 5023 2046 or visit
THE Australian light vehicle industry
supports a mandated target for new cars
which is tailored to the Australian market,
taking into consideration consumer choice,
consumer driving conditions, market fuel and
While the CO2 contribution of annual
sales of new passenger cars, SUVs and light
commercial vehicles is low (less than one
percent of Australia's total annual greenhouse
gas emissions), vehicle manufacturers selling
light vehicles in Australia recognise they have
a role to play in emissions reductions and are
committed to developing and delivering new
technologies that reduce CO2 emissions in their
The industry is also committed to working
with the Government to establish a CO2 target
that takes into account the realities of the
Australian market and will produce real fuel
consumption savings to Australians.
Welcoming the Government's Vehicle
Emissions Discussion Paper, Federal Chamber
of Automotive Industries (FCAI) Chief Executive
Tony Weber said the FCAI will continue to
work closely with the Government to ensure
a thorough understanding of the Australian
automotive industry; and he was pleased the
Government recognised the inter-relationship
of fuels, pollutant emissions and CO2 emissions
in their discussion paper.
"The automotive industry's continued
commitment to introduce new technology for
new motor vehicles is achieving continued
emissions reductions in Australia. To make
further reductions from private road transport,
it is important the Government considers a
range of policy matters, including fuel quality,
infrastructure and incentives for the take up of
low-emissions vehicles, and driver behaviour.
I am pleased the Government has recognised
in its discussion paper the need to consider
all of these factors before a target can be
determined," Mr Weber said.
Mr Weber noted that emerging vehicle
technology, including hydrogen and electric
vehicles, presents another opportunity for the
achievement of further emissions reductions
in Australia in the longer term. "To effectively
introduce a range of low-emissions vehicles,
it is important the industry and governments
work together to provide the appropriate
infrastructure. In countries such as Japan,
Government-led consumer incentives and
infrastructure investment played significant
roles in the uptake of vehicles with these
technologies," he said.
"CO2 emissions from light vehicles can also
be reduced through improved driving habits.
Public education and awareness raising may
provide drivers with techniques to reduce
fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Such
education may also improve road safety."
Mr Weber highlighted a recent presentation
by global automotive industry research
experts IHS Automotive to the Government,
which shows emissions reductions policies
around the world and which highlights that
Australia needs its own solution for emissions
"IHS Automotive has presented the facts
and realities of emissions reductions in the
automotive industry globally. When looking
at the facts, they state that no 'cookie cutter'
approach can work. Australia is not Europe
or the United States, and has its own unique
market, consumers and driving needs."
Mr Weber questioned how emissions
from personal imports, announced by the
Government yesterday, would be counted in
the Government's CO2 target.
FCAI welcomes consultation
on reducing CO2 emissions
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