The 2015 Chrysler 300C has a new look, but is it enough?
The first-generation Jaguar XF is nearing the end of its lifecycle - so does it still stack up against its competitors?
Craig Lowndes has notched up his 100th V8 Supercars victory, but the latest special edition Holden Commodore to wear his name isn't quite as sweet...
The Audi S7 Sportback might be the pick of the enticing A7 range. Its blend of style and performance is hard to resist, especially when you consider the price jump to the range-topping RS7.
The Audi A6 1.8-litre TSFI is a classy bargain in the prestige large-car market.
The Mercedes-Benz S600 L is the epitome of luxury and performance. It blends a giant V12 engine with luxury and space.
The Tesla Model S has been updated ... well, it has updated itself over the internet. Matt Campbell finds out why the Model S just keeps getting better.
Is Audi's refreshed RS6 the hottest wagon on the planet? Curt heads to Phillip Island Circuit to find out.
When reader Cammie emailed us with a simple question — should I buy a big or small car for country driving? — we knew that there was an opportunity to prove or dispel the myth of how well a small car performs on country roads in comparison to a big car...
When the Hyundai Genesis joined the CarAdvice long-term test fleet we had many of the same questions as you. Is it properly luxurious? How’s the real world fuel consumption with that thirsty V6? Will people stump up $70K for a Hyundai? Having spent several thousand kilometres behind the wheel of the mid-spec Genesis Sensory, the answers are becoming clearer...
The new-generation, and more upmarket, Skoda Superb improves on its predecessor in almost every way...
The Holden Commodore has been one of the best-selling Australian cars for years. Does the latest iteration live up to the Commodore nameplate?
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.
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”.
With a 495-litre boot capacity, the BMW 3 Series Touring has a larger boot than the all-new Mercedes-Benz C-Class. But its practicality doesn’t end there… With the seats up, there is already plenty of space. But what if you need more? The cargo blind and load barrier can separate and the blind can be stored in a handy compartment under the floor...
Subaru has produced a tempting rival to the glut of luxury-spec SUVs in the form of the 2015 Outback 3.6R, with good ride and handling and heaps of space.
The updated Peugeot 508 range has been sharpened. It remains a strong yet often unheralded option in a competitive class...
The Audi A7 range continues to be the German brand's entry into a style conscious large saloon segment. The 2015 refresh changes aim to continue the appeal.
The Chevrolet Camaro may be coming to Oz in its next generation - so how does the current one stack up in its home town?
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class continues to represent the pinnacle of technological inclusions and motoring design. The V12 S600L sits at the top of the pile.