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The Shortlist: Medium SUVs under $30,000 with rear-view camera and parking sensors

Doing what we do, CarAdvice writers are regularly asked by friends and family members as well as through online enquiries – what car do you recommend for me? Most people can usually identify the top three non-negotiable factors that will guide their purchase decision. In this new series, we look at these cases and single out three cars that fit the brief...

2016 Mahindra XUV500 Review

We drove it in India, but what is the Mahindra XUV500 W8 automatic like in Australia? We hit the road to find out.

2016 Mahindra Genio: Tradie Test Review

Usually we test a car for about a week and put it through its paces in the CarAdvice garage. That wasn't the case with the 2016 Mahindra Genio. For this test we decided to put the 2016 Mahindra Genio in the hands of a hard-working tradesman. That tradie just so happens to be my dad, Brian Campbell...

Mahindra Thar Quick Drive Review

It's one of the most rugged four-wheel drives in the world. We get behind the wheel of Mahindra's Thar for a quick drive.

2016 Mahindra XUV500 Automatic Review

We travel all the way to India to find out if the revised Mahindra XUV500 will work as well on the streets of Bombay, as it will Double Bay.

2015 Mahindra Pik-Up Review  

We test the Mahindra Pik-Up - the country's cheapest diesel ute.

2014 Mahindra XUV500 Speed Date

This is the biggest car I’ve ever driven. We left from from Sydney on a very warm Friday afternoon, headed for Newcastle to catch Nelly in concert. I took three friends with me, all of which had never heard of Mahindra before, but by the end of the trip we were all impressed.

2014 Mahindra XUV500 Review

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

Utes and Tradies

Utes and tradies go together like meat pies and tomato sauce, like Queensland and XXXX – like tradies and a cold beer at knock off on a Friday arvo for that matter. Our hardworking Aussie tradies rely on their vehicles for their livelihood, so any work ute worth its salt needs to be practical, functional and hard wearing...

Mahindra Genio Review

The Mahindra Genio seems on paper to be a willing workhorse. Can you live with it day to day though?

2012 Mahindra Pik-Up Review

Meet India's answer to buyers looking for a commercial ute.

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