Alfa lifts the roof on its formidable 4C junior supercar, and we dive it around the spectacular Lago di Como.
The 2016 Skoda Fabia has become more mature, better equipped and safer than ever before.
The Subaru Forester gets a new diesel/auto option, and a revised touchscreen, that make it better than ever. Here we test the entry level 2.0D-L.
The new-generation Volkswagen Transporter has arrived with more efficiency and more technology.
The heritage-inspired Volkswagen Generation Six van harks back to the original Microbus, but brings plenty of modern day technology.
25 years ago Mazda re-invented the affordable roadster when they launched the MX-5. Now they're back with an all-new generation. Did they pull it off?
The 2016 Toyota Corolla Ascent Sport hatch is a pleasant and well-equipped little runabout for the money with a hint of newfound flair...
When the senior journos here at CarAdvice informed us that we had secured the 2015 Hyundai Sonata as our latest long-termer, I have to admit that I did not sprint over to the key bowl and beg for a drive. My limited imagination has always struggled to see where mid-sized sedans have a place within the spectrum of Australian car buyers’ needs or wants...
The 70 Series Toyota LandCruiser ute is an icon, but has it kept up with the times?
The Audi S7 Sportback might be the pick of the enticing A7 range. Its blend of style and performance is hard to resist, especially when you consider the price jump to the range-topping RS7.
The Nissan Micra ST auto is a pleasant little runabout, but it's also possible to get better value for money elsewhere...
The Maserati Quattroporte is special – a big stylish Euro Grand Tourer that looks as good as it goes for the cashed-up enthusiast who values passion and soul over pragmatism.
The updated 2015 Honda Civic Hatch has arrived. Does it improve on the formula?
With head-turning styling, luxury kit and plenty of poke, the Lexus RC 350 F Sport is the sweet spot in the two-door coupe line-up.
It's back — this time it wears a Holden badge. The Holden Insignia VXR marks one of the raft of new vehicles being launched in Australia by Holden over the coming years.