The newest addition to the CarAdvice long-term garage, the Toyota Corolla is a favourite with the buying public. We've got our hands on the top of the range Levin ZR variant.
It's the final hurrah for the Ford Territory. Pricing and equipment changes make it better value than ever. But, is it still a worthy family SUV?
Another high-riding wagon from the Swedish brand - but is the Volvo V60 Cross Country the real deal?
The Audi A3 Cabriolet is put through another month of daily commuting and a road trip along the Grand Pacific Drive.
The 2015 Hyundai i30 Series II improves the South Korean brand's small hatchback by building on an already impressive package.
The new Ford Mondeo is here at last. It remains a well-equipped and spacious mid-sizer that is now more high-tech than before, albeit a little softer around the edges.
My colleagues at CarAdvice HQ in Sydney were suspiciously happy to see me upon my return from a week out of the office for my honeymoon. Smiles. Laughter. Something must be up… The grins and giggles that greeted me reached their climax when I got to my desk to find the key of a new – sorry, my new, they insisted – Mitsubishi Mirage long-termer and bright green key ring that correlates with unfortunate accuracy to the car’s paint colour...
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The Volkswagen Golf 90 TSI Comfortline hasn't changed, but its rivals have... is it still the benchmark?
Citroen's C4 Picasso is a versatile, clever and comfortable MPV. It's positioned as the smart alternative for the family buyer and delivers the goods, with character in spades.
The Porsche 918 Spyder offers mind-blowing on-track performance and Prius-crushing fuel consumption in the same package...
The 2015 Ford Kuga has seen the addition of a new entry-level auto front-wheel drive model. Matt Campbell finds out how it stacks up.
The Ferrari California T is not an obvious link to one of the prancing horse’s most fabled cars, the F40. Yet it’s there in the addition of that capital letter, which denotes turbocharging. This major update to Ferrari’s entry-level GT and most affordable car is proof that not even exclusive supercar brands are immune to the need to build cars that are ever more efficient...
The entry level Skoda Yeti 77TI Active still takes it right up to a troupe of newer small SUV rivals...
If ever a brand name stood for superlative quality, it would have to be Rolls-Royce. We’ve all heard it used in describing the best of the best, so much so that the name is has become a part of our everyday vernacular: the “Rolls-Royce of furniture” or the “Rolls-Royce of appliances”.