http://www.caradvice.com.au/320125/?yt_desc - Read the article here. Tony Crawford and Sally Dominguez experience the new Mercedes-Maybach S600 at the Los Angeles Auto Show...
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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.
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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.