Happy Australia Day! James winds the clock back 30 years to drive one of the most iconic Australian cars of all time, the 1988 HSV VL Group A SS Walkinshaw.
Revised for 2017, the Aventador S replaces the LP700-4 and has more power, better aero efficiency, four-wheel steering and, according to Lamborghini, more predictable ability at the limit. Let's find out.
The 2017 Volkswagen Tiguan 162TSI Highline is here, giving family buyers a taste of Golf GTI performance.
With the launch of the RF, Mazda has given buyers a stylish alternative to the soft top MX-5. As you'd suspect though, the characters of the two vehicles are very similar.
Following on from our Renault Trafic long-termer, the CarAdvice production team indicated they were keen on something smaller, something ideally with five seats, and something that wasn’t as tall. Enter the 2016 Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Crewvan TSI220. It’s a long name, and it’s a pretty long van, too...
The 2017 Lexus IS200t Luxury is the cheapest version of the car available, but it doesn't feel cheap.
The fourth-generation Kia Rio presents an excellent value-for-money argument, but it's let down by its drivetrain.
If there is funky styling, turbo power and four-wheel steering... it can only be French. James drives the Renault Megane GT warm hatch.
The current top-dog Audi TT S Coupe proved fast and ferocious at its local launch. But, with the stove-hot TT RS on the horizon, is the soon-to-be middle model as sporting and as comfortable as it should be over a week-long test?
We bought this one – the 2016 Mitsubishi Triton GLX+ dual-cab ute – to see if it's the best from the brand.
James finds himself a unicorn – a 301kW BMW 3-Series wagon. We drive the 2017 Alpina B3 Touring.
This is it, the final three new locally-produced Commodore models ever. Paul Maric gets behind the wheel.
The Mazda CX-3 range is extensive, with a model grade for seemingly everyone. Here, we've tested the sTouring grade to weigh up whether the higher price makes sense.
The Kluger was already a well packaged and strong SUV before this latest update, so does the 2017 Kluger push the game forward?
It wasn’t that long ago that we had a Holden Trax as part of our long-term vehicle fleet. We remember it as being cheap, cheerful and fun to drive with its turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The only real negatives we spoke of had to do with the infotainment system and the design, which looked a little too cheerful for our liking – but styling is subjective, so we could have been wrong on that front...