2015 Subaru Outback Review

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2015 Subaru Outback Review

The new Subaru Outback is more refined, better equipped and more affordable than its predecessor. Are there any chinks in its armour? Matt Campbell finds out.

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2014 Chrysler Grand Voyager Limited Stow & Go Seats
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2014 Chrysler Grand Voyager Limited Stow & Go Seats

You may have seen a recent video we did where Tegan demonstrated the “magic seats” in the new Honda Civic. If you thought that was practical and maybe a little bit cool, then take a look at the impressive “stow and go” system in the 2014 Chrysler Grand Voyager Limited. The Grand Voyager is already a very big car, with a big and deep boot even with all seven seats available...


2014 Mahindra XUV500 Review
Rating: 6.510 /10
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2014 Mahindra XUV500 Review

The first medium SUV from India can teach the established players a thing or two, as Dan DeGasperi finds...

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$29,900

Clawsome? Kia Sorento X-Men edition to feature at 2015 Australian Open
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Clawsome? Kia Sorento X-Men edition to feature at 2015 Australian Open

Movie car tie-ins are an interesting beast. Sometimes the car is featured in the film and there is sufficient demand from the public to encourage the manufacturer to continue the celluloid experience with a special edition. Other times, the car has no relevance to the movie and is just created for curious marketing purposes...


2015 Holden Colorado and Colorado 7 Review
Rating: 6.510 /10
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2015 Holden Colorado and Colorado 7 Review

Holden has released a subtly upgraded Colorado for MY15. The competition isn't getting any easier though.


Porsche Cayenne Review
Rating: 910 /10
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Porsche Cayenne Review

Is this the best Large SUV?

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$104,700 to $230,800

2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Review: Highlander
Rating: 7.510 /10
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2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Review: Highlander

The recently updated 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe is now slightly dearer in top-spec Highlander guise, but it now gets even more equipment than the already generously specified model it replaces.   The $53,240 Highlander is $1250 more than the 2014 version, and adds new items such as an automated reverse parallel parking system and front parking sensors, along with a lane departure warning system...

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$53,240

Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid v Toyota Kluger V6 : Comparison review
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Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid v Toyota Kluger V6 : Comparison review

The continual rise in the cost of living is no doubt front of mind for many Australians. One of the places we all seem to feel this pain is at the petrol pump. This is even more challenging for families, as the bigger the car, the bigger the bill...


2015 Mitsubishi Pajero Review
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2015 Mitsubishi Pajero Review

Mitsubishi's Pajero is an ageing warhorse in a competitive segment. Does it still have the weapons to fight the segment leaders.


2015 Hyundai Santa Fe SR Review
Rating: 7.510 /10
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2015 Hyundai Santa Fe SR Review

The Hyundai Santa Fe SR aims to be a sporty seven-seat family SUV. Contradiction in terms? Matt Campbell finds out.


Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid Ti Review
Rating: 7.510 /10
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Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid Ti Review

The Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid in flagship Ti guise is an interesting diesel alternative that retains the V6's cavernous cabin...

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$65,090

Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland : LT2
Rating: 810 /10
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Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland : LT2

Our second long-term report on the Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland saw us take the car off-road to experience its country credentials.

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$71,000

2014 Toyota Prado GXL Review
Rating: 710 /10
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2014 Toyota Prado GXL Review

Toyota's all-conquering Prado has received a mid life upgrade with subtle under the skin changes and some minor styling revisions. Can it stay at the top of the heap?

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$64,190

Mercedes-Benz ML 350 Review : LT 1
Rating: 810 /10
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Mercedes-Benz ML 350 Review : LT 1

How does the American made Mercedes-Benz SUV stack up as a family car?

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$115,630

Daredevil Drifting - BMW Alpine xDrive
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Daredevil Drifting - BMW Alpine xDrive

http://www.caradvice.com.au/306949 - Read the full article here. Snow is falling, the wind is howling and visibility is low. Perfect conditions to put BMW's xDrive system to the test on snow and ice at the BMW Alpine xDrive experience. CarAdvice heads to the Snow Farm, Wanaka, near Queenstown in New Zealand and Tegan Lawson gets behind the wheel of a number of X-series vehicles to get some tips on drifting, slalom and ice driving...


2014 Ford F-250 Review
Rating: 810 /10
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2014 Ford F-250 Review

Conversion specialist Performax International has just announced large-volume RHD conversions for the legendary Ford F-250. CarAdvice gets behind the wheel to test out the original tough truck.

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$105,000 to $134,000

2015 Fiat Freemont Crossroad V6 Review
Rating: 710 /10
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2015 Fiat Freemont Crossroad V6 Review

Fiat adds a new range-topping Freemont Crossroad V6 to the range at a price bound to tempt prospective seven-seat SUV buyers...


BMW Australia to become even more SUV-focused
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BMW Australia to become even more SUV-focused

BMW Australia says it is entirely possible that a day could soon come when it sells more SUVs from its growing X range — which will expand to at least six models including the new X7 seven-seater from 2017 — than lower-riding passenger cars...


2015 Ford Territory sprung?
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2015 Ford Territory sprung?

Styling changes to the final Australian-made 2015 Ford Territory, due to launch by November this year, will be very minor indeed if this pair of images obtained by CarAdvice prove representative.  Blink twice and you’ll miss them, but these two images — sourced from a reliable location — appear to indeed be shots of the next Territory, given they feature very mild differences to the current model...


Volkswagen CrossBlue seven-seat SUV production confirmed, Australian launch no sure thing
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Volkswagen CrossBlue seven-seat SUV production confirmed, Australian launch no sure thing

Volkswagen will address a significant hole in its line-up with the addition of a seven-seat family SUV to be built in the United States from the end of 2016 — but whether we will see it emerge in Australia remains unclear.  Today’s announcement comes as small surprise, but confirms the company will at last move towards offering a high-riding soft-roader with three rows of seats, a feature its Touareg lacks...