Missed out on a review this month? Keen to catch up on all the exciting CarAdvice review content from February?
We’re here for you. Here are five reviews this month that either drew a lot of attention or are simply, in our view, standout stories.
Everyone’s heard of the Subaru Outback. It’s been the default choice in affordable all-wheel station wagons for as long as we can remember, with bulletproof reliability, all-wheel drive and extra ride height over its lower-slung Liberty stablemate.
It’s no secret the previous-generation Jeep Compass was far from class-leading, so the new model has a lot of ground to make up to compete with the likes of the Hyundai Tucson and Mazda CX-5.
A major 2018 overhaul has seen a host of improvements, but is it enough?
Love it or hate it, the Euro-sourced Holden Commodore is here to stay.
The question is: can the first imported vehicle to wear the iconic nameplate live up to its heritage?
Who doesn’t love a hot wagon? The Skoda Octavia RS has a cult following, and the new RS245 variant adds extra power and a tricky front diff to the equation.
Should you buy one? Find out here.
While electric cars are all the craze at the moment, hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles offer a happy medium of zero-emissions motoring without long charging times.
The Hyundai Nexo promises up to 600 kilometres of range, and refuelling takes around five minutes. It’s also got a heap of tech and an upmarket interior.
Our verdict? Find out here
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