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.
Ferrari's new 488 GTB replaces the 458 with turbocharged ferocity becoming of the iconic Italian marque...
The delayed 2015 Nissan Pulsar SSS sedan has arrived to complement the warmed-up hatch. Does it live up to the badge?
Is it a copycat? That could be the biggest accusation that could be levelled at the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, which is suspiciously similar in its intent to the BMW X6. Part SUV, part four-door ‘coupe’, the new Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe could be seen as a catch-up model...
The new Mercedes-Benz GLE is a revamped ML. Is that a good or bad thing? Matt Campbell finds out.
Still yet to be confirmed for Australia, a trip to France for the Le Mans 24 Hours is the perfect excuse to drive the 2015 Nissan Juke Nismo RS...
It's the most powerful naturally aspirated 911 Carrera, but comes with a hefty price tag. Is it worth a little over $60,000 more than the entry level 911 Carrera?
It’s hard to imagine a BMW that doesn’t have a direct connection from the engine to the rear wheels. Then again, not too long ago it would’ve been hard to imagine a BMW that was a mixture of a hatch and a people-mover. But as the first front-wheel-drive BMW MPV, the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer breaks all sorts of conventions, for all the right reasons...
It's due for a replacement soon, but the ageing Mitsubishi Challenger still packs a punch off-road. Tough as nails and bulletproof, there might be some life in the old dog yet.
The updated 2015 Toyota Corolla hatchback improves in almost all the important areas.
We've waved goodbye to our Toyota Corolla ZR long-termer. What are our final thoughts, as the updated model arrives?
The Honda Accord Sport Hybrid returns Honda to the petrol-electric game. But its Lexus-topping $58,990 price is a steep ask.
The Cayenne S Diesel is, in our opinion, the pick of the widely popular Cayenne range. Its intoxicating blend of power and performance, mixed in with comfort, space and efficiency is hard to argue with.