The Tesla Model S lives up to the hype and changes the game in a way few other cars manage...
With the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class just around the corner, is the E300 Bluetec Hybrid still a compelling purchase against its BMW and Lexus rivals?
Holden has released a subtly upgraded Colorado for MY15. The competition isn't getting any easier though.
Australia welcomes the first front-wheel drive BMW, the 2 Series Active Tourer. Its compact size, smooth drive, and space and features could see it carve out a new niche.
How much different is the new Subaru Forester 2.0 XT Premium to it's 2006 predecessor? Old Subaru owner Dr. Dave puts the new one to the test in this Guest Review.
A second month with the third-generation Mazda 3 raises some philosophical questions and interesting answers.
Sing, dance and act? Is the Mercedes-Benz GLA45 a real triple-treat for the road?
The new-generation Mazda 2 sticks with a successful formula but offers a more mature approach than before.
In a segment where competition is rife, car companies like Hyundai are continuously forced to innovate and excel. Does the i30 still have what it takes to compete?
The Abarth 595 Turismo is nearly $1500 cheaper than the model it replaces. It's still a smile a minute too and the manual is the go-to transmission option.
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In the past few months, fresh technology once the reserve of expensive premium cars has made a final cascade to one of the most affordable classes – light hatchbacks. The ‘cascade effect’ is nothing new in the automotive industry, where advanced equipment starts only in the priciest cars and eventually filters down into cheaper models as years go by...
The Volkswagen Caddy Maxi Van is a popular choice as a courier or delivery vehicle - but can it double as a practical weekend car for active people?
BMW's first electric car sold in Australia, the i3 city car, is a $70k paradigm shift for the brand. But is the drive as sharp as the look?
At less than $30,000, the Mazda CX-5 Maxx is one of the most affordable Japanese SUV's on the market. But, is the 2.0-litre engine spritely enough for this car?