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This is the one we've been waiting for, the 600hp AWD Mercedes-AMG E63 S. The spec sheet reads like a best seller, but how does it translate to the road?
It's the only way you can buy a new E-Class Wagon, but does the E220d All-Terrain cross over as a crossover?
We've put passion before prudence and purchased an Italian car, a red 2017 Abarth 595. James introduces the latest addition to the CarAdvice stable.
Ford gets out the black paint for the special edition Ranger FX4. But do stickers and blacked out trim make any meaningful difference?
It's a 3 that's as long as a 5 with as much room as an X, but is the 330i Gran Turismo BMW enough?
Turning 40 offers both opportunities and challenges for most of us, so how has the 2017 Mercedes-Benz E300 dealt with the maturity milestone?
It's the happiest looking car on the market, but does the entry-grade Suzuki Ignis still have enough to make it a real city-car character?
For a nation renowned for its love of all things sport, it should come as no surprise this admiration and aspiration extends to what we drive. We are inside the top-10 world sales market list for Lamborghini, Porsche is seeing continuing sales growth and both Mercedes-AMG and BMW M Division speak highly of the Australian market, where we have the highest performance-version to regular-model ratio in the world...
The 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan 162TSI Highline has all the makings of a proper sports model, but without a catchy name. Should it be called the Tiguan GTI? James takes a closer look.
Whether it be through a multitude of contrasting paint options, bespoke build programs or just some clever technology, ways of making your car, even more, yours (Mike wouldn’t let me say ‘yourer’), is pretty hot property at the moment. Our 2017 Holden Colorado Z71 long-termer, Mr Plow, has taken a relatively traditional personalisation route though, through the addition of some genuine accessories...
The BMW M2 may have stolen all the headlines, but perhaps the best of BMW's sports coupe lies a little further down the range. James takes a spin in the 250kW BMW M240i.
A new sustainability initiative will bring an increase in fuel taxes, used to offset charging costs for electric vehicles, the Australian Government has confirmed. Under the scheme, an additional $0.15 per litre for passenger cars, $0.25 per litre for light commercials and $0.40 per litre for trucks will be charged at every fill...
Made famous by its near carbon copy of the Range Rover Evoque, Chinese automotive manufacturer Landwind is back, this time looking at export opportunities to the Australian market. Landwind is owned by the Jiangling Motors group in China and produces a range SUVs for the local Chinese market...