The Hyundai ix35 top spec Highlander with a 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine looks sleek and is easy to drive around town.
Dan DeGasperi plays family man to see if the Kia Rondo people mover can outsmart the compact SUV trend.
Will the i45's successor make a dint in the medium car segment? Alborz Fallah finds out.
For the first time, buyers can opt for a turbo diesel Maserati Quattroporte. But does it make sense in this segment?
Mike Costello finds out if the new-look Ssangyong Korando has more substance to go with its added style.
Dan takes our little A1 long-termer on a big Aussie road-trip.
The Journey offers an unrivalled combination of space, equipment and grunt at its price.
Dan DeGasperi pulls the harness tight, hangs on in the passenger seat of the fastest front-driver around the famed Nurburgring.
Hot-lapping one of the world's best front-drive hatchbacks around one of the best circuits on the globe.
BMW's new 4 Series Gran Coupe isn't a niche player according to the German marque. With extra space and practicality on offer, the company might be right.
Does a hybrid S-Class make sense? Alborz Fallah finds out.
The hottest and most expensive Peugeot coupe has arrived. Matt Campbell assesses the RCZ R.
The Ford Performance Vehicles GT-F is the final Falcon to wear the famed GT badge. James Stanford finds out if it lives up to expectations.
Traditional family wagons are almost a niche product these days, given how few are sold compared with SUV models of varied sizes. The Holden Commodore SV6 Sportwagon and Skoda Octavia RS are here for the SUV-rejectors, however. Each is priced close to $40,000 and aim to rival high-riding faux-offroaders for practicality then trounce them for driving enjoyment...
A $40,000 Mazda 3. Can it sell?