Italy's four-door limo retains appeal even with smaller (V6) engine, though Quattroporte is still a choice for owners who want to drive rather than be driven.
Fastest-ever Maserati sedan claims to stay true to its roots while building its image with new ones.
Can the updated Audi A8 take on the best from Mercedes-Benz?
Mercedes-Benz claims the S-Class is the best car in the world. It certainly gives the title a good nudge...
It doesn't look different, but the Holden WN Caprice feels better inside and on the road...
Brit four-door is a brilliant upper-crust alternative to the usual large-limo suspects.
The 2013 Lexus LS adds more confident styling and new tech features to its staples of excellent refinement, build quality and comfort.
We farewell our long-term E-Class with a long trip down the Hume from Sydney to Melbourne.
Coupe meets wagon with Mercedes' new CLS Shooting Brake - a model that is more practical than it looks.
The facelifted BMW 7 Series is the latest shot in the relentless game of luxury-limousine one-upmanship.
The Audi A8 is dimensionally and technologically the brand’s flagship, and lives up to the label in multiple ways.
Mercedes-Benz's limousine continues to be the one rivals models measure themselves against. And for good reason.
Audi's A7 four-door 'coupe' model gets the S-badged performance treatment.
Nissan is hoping to attract Toyota LandCruiser buyers with the launch of the all-new Nissan Patrol in January 2013, but the absence of even a single diesel powertrain will almost certainly stifle those goals. Nissan will launch the new Patrol with just one powertrain: a 5.6-litre direct injection V8 engine developing 298kW and 560Nm of torque with a combined fuel consumption of 14...
Nissan's all-new luxury Patrol will sell alongside the existing Patrol when it arrives in January 2013.
Downsized engines - including a four-cylinder turbo also found in the Ford Falcon - form key part of 2013 update for fine-driving limo.
It's easy to understand why Toyota's iconic off-roader has always had such huge popularity in Australia.
If you thought you were spoiled for choice in 2011 with all the new cars you could buy, it's not going to get any easier in 2012. General Motors' European brand Opel and Nissan's luxury offshoot Infiniti are two of the brands that will be new to Australia in 2012, with more Chinese brands – such as Foton – expected to take the number of automotive brands offering passenger cars, SUVs and light-commercial vehicles in Australia past the 50 mark...
The world’s most luxurious convertible takes on one of Australia's best driving roads...
The Rolls-Royce Phantom is (still) without a doubt the greatest luxury car ever built...