Keeping alive the tradition of ‘no replacement for displacement’, Ford’s 3.2-litre Ranger Wildtrak hangs around to cater to the needs of buyers that don’t like the sound of relying on a 2.0-litre engine to do the heavy lifting.
The Porsche 718 Spyder promises to deliver all the retro appeal of the famous 550 Spyder with all the modern conveniences. The 4.0-litre flat six, manual gearbox, and brilliant chassis, sweeten the deal.
The second-generation Nissan Leaf has finally arrived. The headline figures are its $49,990 price, 270km real-world range and 40kWh battery. But it's the cohesive product and ownership experience that appeals in particular.
Andrew McDonald • There are so many different types of vehicles on the road, and so many variations in engine choices in one model of vehicle, it can be confusing to the everyday motorist to decide on the appropriate fuel.