The 2016 Ford Ranger has arrived, and there's plenty to like about it.
The all-new LDV G10 is good enough to change the way people think about Chinese-made commercial vehicles.
The 2015 BMW X6M might be absurdly fit, but what on earth is its purpose?
Our long-term Lexus NX 200t is AWD but comes in base-spec Luxury trim without options. We're looking forward to spending a few months getting acquainted with the newest Lexus SUV.
The RAV4 remains a favourite in the medium SUV segment, but it now faces its sternest test ever against newer, better-equipped competition.
The BMW M235i Convertible represents fast and fun ragtop motoring. But who is it really made for?
The 2016 Jaguar XF is the best sedan Jaguar has produced in decades. It will need to be if it is to steal sales from rival German makes.
We didn't think that Tesla could improve on the rollercoaster-esque performance of the P85+. But, they have, this time with the dual-motor range.
Mercedes-Benz brings a new player to the sports car fight - the impressive Mercedes-AMG GT S...
The finest AMG C63 generation has landed in Oz in both Sedan and Estate forms. We let them rip along Victoria's Great Ocean Road...
The final iteration of the locally produced Toyota Aurion rolled out of the Altona production plant with little fanfare earlier this year. Unlike its production-line sibling the Camry, which received the largest mid-cycle overhaul in its history a few weeks earlier, the updated Aurion appears almost identical to the pre-facelift model inside and out, while picking up a few additional infotainment and safety features intended to see it out to the end of production in 2017...
The pinnacle of the Citroen range is the C5 Limited Edition Exclusive Saloon. How does it stack up?
Kia may be one of the local market's leading 'challenger' brands, but despite a recent facelift, the 2016 Kia Rio is behind the times...
Is bigger better? The Mercedes-Benz GL350 joins the Melbourne team for the next six-months.
Three years on and Australians' love affair with the Toyota 86 seems to have worn off. Was it all just hype?