Will the 2016 BMW 7 Series beat the S-Class as the ultimate luxury sedan?
Does iDrive 5.0 stack up against the latest from Merc, Audi and now Apple and Google?
The mid-spec Audi A1 Sportback has been revamped for 2015, boasting a heavily revised engine, premium polish and sharper pricing...
More affordable than before, the 2015 Hyundai Veloster Turbo is still 'different' but is that enough...
If you’re after pace, grace and space in your family chariot, without breaking the executive bank account, then there is little else to rival this proper AMG wagon.
The Ford Focus may be one of the world’s best selling cars, but the Blue Oval brand insists topping local sales charts isn’t a priority for its overhauled small car. Proving this, the 2016 Ford Focus ‘LZ’ range drops the entry-level Ambiente specification, which had a circa-$20K starting price that appealed primarily to fleet managers and put it head-to-head with rental car specials such as the Toyota Corolla Ascent and Hyundai i30 Active...
The 2016 Toyota LandCruiser Prado has been released locally with a long-awaited new diesel engine. It's smaller than the outgoing engine, but develops more power and torque and uses less fuel.
The 2016 Kia Sportage has big shoes to fill. Not only does it need to live up to the widely popular outgoing model, it also has to go head to head with the impressive new Hyundai Tucson.
The 2015 BMW M5 Pure Edition is the most affordable M5 in decades. So how good is it?
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!