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It's a statement of style and sophistication like no other - James drives the new 2015 Mercedes-Benz S500 Coupe.
The Infiniti QX80 polarises like almost nothing else. But is this big-as-a-house luxury SUV a viable cut-price Range Rover?
Like it or not, Volvo is a brand that generally flies under the radar in the luxury car segment, but pound for pound, the $59,900 Volvo V60 T5 is something of a bargain alongside its German competitors.
The little Clio RS200, although a capable and fun thing, proved a polarising prospect for the CarAdvice team.
The Audi A3 e-tron plug-in hybrid stands out because it blends in.
There are few cars out there that makes less sense than the new Chrysler 300 SRT. But, with a burbling V8 and bucketloads of power, we absolutely love it!
If you're after a barebones dual-cab four-wheel drive, Volkswagen has you covered with an affordable Core edition...
The manic Tesla Model S P85D sets a new benchmark. Our neck still hurts after experiencing its stunning acceleration...
The Jaguar XE gives the rejuvenated brand a real presence in the mid-sized luxury market. It might even set a new dynamic benchmark…...
The 2016 Hyundai Tucson is a formidable entry in the medium SUV segment, and the ActiveX could be the bargain of the bunch.
The entry-level CLA 200 Shooting Brake brings brand cache at a handy price. But does the 1.6-litre front-driver deliver on the sporty promise?
Not available in Australia, the K900 is the current showcase for South Korean manufacturer Kia. It's also the most powerful Kia ever manufactured - and it's impressive.
We say bonjour to the Peugeot 508 Active as it joins the long-term fleet in Sydney.
The 2015 Chrysler 300C Luxury is still an impressively large and well-equipped package for the money. It's not flawless, but it remains eminently likeable.
Our time with the Honda HR-V is underway, the VTi-L is the latest SUV to join the CarAdvice long term fleet.