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Five things to love about the 2017 Ford F-150

Guess which vehicle has been the best selling car in the United States for more than 30 years — I bet you'd never figure it's the beastly Ford F-150. The 2017 Ford F-150 has been released with an updated EcoBoost V6 engine that produces more power and torque, and a GM co-developed 10-speed automatic transmission...

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WRC Rally Australia 2016: Photo gallery special

WRC Rally Australia 2016: Photo gallery special

So that's it. The 2016 World Rally Championship (WRC) is over, with the recent Rally Australia in Coffs Harbour the culmination of a 13-round season that kicked off with Rallye Monte-Carlo in January...


World's Greatest Driving Roads: Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria

World's Greatest Driving Roads: Grossglockner High Alpine Road, Austria

I credit Audi with the greatest driving road on Earth: the Grossglockner High Alpine Road. No, it's not in the company's home town of Ingolstadt. Nor did Audi build it. Instead, it was across Austria's finest ribbon of hot-mix, during 2006's launch of the gen-two TT sportscar, that I popped my European Alpine road cherry...


How to improve fuel economy
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How to improve fuel economy

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11 strange car names: What were they thinking?
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11 strange car names: What were they thinking?

When it comes to naming a car, sometimes a manufacturer gets it right. Think of the Rolls Royce Phantom, Lamborghini Aventador or Aston Martin Vanquish. They're names that just roll off the tongue. But sometimes they get it horribly wrong, like the amphibious crossover, Tang Hua Detroit Fish (above)...


Female focus: Ladies Day at MotorWorld Sydney is Thursday, December 1
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Female focus: Ladies Day at MotorWorld Sydney is Thursday, December 1

Ladies! Swap the heels for sensible driving shoes - particularly if you want to put your foot down in an exotic supercar. Thursday, December 1, is Ladies Day at MotorWorld Sydney and the focus will be on women and cars. Guys, you are of course still welcome to attend the event on the Thursday and participate in the general program of events, test drives and competitions...


Destination Drive: Three Sisters, Blue Mountains in the 2016 Kia Cerato Si

Destination Drive: Three Sisters, Blue Mountains in the 2016 Kia Cerato Si

Destination Drive: Put simply, this is something you can do in any car. Whether you're excited about your new car and are looking for inspiration, or whether you regularly hit the road and cruise around, this series is for the love of driving and to provide ideas for those occasions when you want to enjoy your car and the places it can take you...


How to be a tightarse behind the wheel: Top tips to help you save fuel... and money

How to be a tightarse behind the wheel: Top tips to help you save fuel... and money

How would you like to share in more than $8 million every day? That's the staggering amount of money drivers in Australia could collectively save each day, simply by reducing fuel consumption by 10 per cent...


American muscle takes on Australian compliance rules: Noise, speedo and brakes tested at the drags
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American muscle takes on Australian compliance rules: Noise, speedo and brakes tested at the drags

There's no mistaking either the 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat or 2016 GMC Sierra 3500 Denali HD on the road. Despite their rarity in Australia, American muscle cars and pick-up trucks are legendary and when they are spotted, they turn heads and put smiles on faces. There's just something about them...


Get hands-on at MotorWorld Sydney
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Get hands-on at MotorWorld Sydney

The countdown is on to the inaugural MotorWorld Sydney automotive festival. We're looking forward to checking out the fantastic range of events and displays at Sydney Motorsport Park from December 1-4, and there really will be something for every member of the family...


Five reasons you must go to Rally Australia this year
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Five reasons you must go to Rally Australia this year

Kicking off next week, WRC Rally Australia 2016 is one of the most anticipated motorsport events of the calendar year. And if you've never been, here are five good reasons to go...


Mazda MX-5 Generations: We drive every generation, from NA to ND

Mazda MX-5 Generations: We drive every generation, from NA to ND

I never had posters of the Mazda MX-5 on my bedroom walls as a kid. I had a Ferrari F40, Lamborghini Diablo, and McLaren F1, but no MX-5. Somehow, though, without supercar looks or performance, this humble little Japanese convertible has captured the hearts of many across the world...


Ready for a new car? Seven ways to sell your old one

Ready for a new car? Seven ways to sell your old one

Preparing to buy a new car can be both exciting and daunting. If you've checked your finances, researched which car is right for you and finally decided on the one, chances are you need to say goodbye to your current car...


Jeep 75th Anniversary Flashback
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Jeep 75th Anniversary Flashback

Read the full article here. The Flinders Ranges in South Australia is undoubtedly one of the most stunning regions to visit anywhere on this massive continent at any time of year. Except the vicious middle of summer of course, when even the Prairie Hotel in Parachilna closes down because it is so relentlessly, damned hot...


Toyota Corolla retrospective: a look back at 50 years of the world's most popular car
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Toyota Corolla retrospective: a look back at 50 years of the world's most popular car

The Toyota Corolla is celebrating its 50th birthday this year, and to mark this momentous occasion, we've decided to take a look back at all eleven generations of the world's most popular automotive nameplate. Unlike the model it overtook to claim the title of world's most popular car, the original Volkswagen Beetle, the Corolla has - like Doctor Who - gone through many incarnations...


13 favourite cars of the scary screen: Happy Halloween!

13 favourite cars of the scary screen: Happy Halloween!

This year, instead of loading up on lollies and waiting for trick-or-treaters to come knocking on our door, we decided a more appropriate way to celebrate Halloween would be to pay homage to some of the scariest cars we've ever seen on both the big and small screen...


World Time Attack Challenge 2016: Photo Gallery Special

World Time Attack Challenge 2016: Photo Gallery Special

This year's World Time Attack Challenge 2016 came and went in no time at all. Almost mimicking the nature of the racing, the two-day event was all action, then abruptly nothing. Time was spent ogling cars, watching on-track showcases, mingling with race teams, buying merchandise, and cheering the wild time attack cars as they race by...


Keiichi Tsuchiya at WTAC 2016: The story behind the ultimate Toyota 86 fairy tale

Keiichi Tsuchiya at WTAC 2016: The story behind the ultimate Toyota 86 fairy tale

At this year's World Time Attack Challenge (WTAC) 2016 at Sydney Motorsport Park, an incredibly rare and special moment occurred when the man widely considered to be the father of modern drifting, Keiichi Tsuchiya, performed a drift demonstration in a meticulously rebuilt 1984 Toyota AE86 Corolla – a car synonymous with drifting culture the world over...


Gosford Classic Car Museum Review: An afternoon in the company of legends
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Gosford Classic Car Museum Review: An afternoon in the company of legends

Situated a little over an hour from Sydney just off the M1 is every car lover’s dream, a place of sanctity and beauty beyond compare. Home to over 400 classic and new cars (even a few motorbikes), the Gosford Classic Car Museum has certainly put itself up there as one of the world’s biggest private car collections, with an endless collection of marques such as Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Chevrolet, BMW and even lesser known marques like Jensen, Tarta and Lada...


Mille Miglia, barn finds and Alfa Romeo
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Mille Miglia, barn finds and Alfa Romeo

Read the full article here. Not even a torrential downpour was enough to dull our enthusiasm as we made our way towards Brescia, for the start of one of the world’s most celebrated historic road races, Italy’s Mille Miglia. It’s an International automotive extravaganza dating back to 1927, when the first 1000-mile loop kicked off from Brescia in Italy’s north, down to Rome via Rimini, and back up to Brescia via Parma...