The Volkswagen Beetle is a modern motoring icon. The 'new' Beetle appeals to buyers on a range of fronts, with this R-Line model perhaps the pick of the bunch.
Check it out now - The CarAdvice Melbourne team get a funk Soul brother for the week. Does it work out?
The mid-range Peugeot 308 Active is the top-selling variant in the impressive French small-car line-up, but is it a class leader?
James drives the BMW 118i to see if it measures up to the higher numbers of its stablemates.
Ticking off every major Victorian driving road, Dave makes the most of a week with the Renault Megane RS265 Cup...
The BMW i3 is a game changer in the niche electric vehicle market. It's quirky looking with a focus on the use of sustainable materials, fun to drive and has a lot of character.
The BMW i3 is an intriguing little car. It's quirky looking and certainly not your usual BMW design, but then it has been built from the ground up to be an entirely new car for the German manufacturer. We had both models through the CarAdvice garage, the i3 BEV or fully electric model with a 360V battery powering the electric motor and the i3 REX, equipped with an electric motor as well as a small range-extending petrol engine...
Now in its eighth year of production, the Mitsubishi Lancer is one of the oldest cars in the Mitsubishi range. Is it still good value for money?
Read the article here. With Audi’s chic A1 starting from just $26,500, many would think you’d have to be stark raving mad to shell out $49,900 for one! Unless, it’s one of these – the Audi S1. Under the bonnet lurks a turbocharged 2.0-litre firecracker of an engine that punches out 170kW and a stomping 370Nm of torque...
We test the top-end Subaru Impreza 2.0i-S to see how it fares a few years after its launch.
Is the only sporty diesel version of the Volkswagen Golf worth considering? Matt Campbell finds out.
The top-spec Kia Cerato SLi hatch is a well-made, well-equipped and pain-free choice at the high end of the mainstream small car segment...
It's an ageing soldier in the small-car segment, but is the value-packed Mitsubishi Lancer still worth your time?
Definitions shift over time, none more so in the automotive landscape than with the term ‘people’s car’. What once referred to a German Beetle, French 2CV or an Indian Tata bringing motoring to their respective masses can also be placed in an Australian context...
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.
A second month with the third-generation Mazda 3 raises some philosophical questions and interesting answers.
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 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?
Not long ago the price difference between a Japanese small car and a premium-badged German was sizeable. Not too far into the past, either, diesel engines trumped petrols for fuel efficiency. Yet here we have the Mazda 3 XD Astina that is the flagship of the popular small car range, priced from $42,220 plus on-road costs in automatic form, running a twin-turbo diesel that claims to drink 5...