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Six-cylinder naturally aspirated power has returned to the regular version of Porsche’s compact roadster. We find out why it’s been missed so much with a drive of the Boxster GTS.
Our favourite Light SUV versus our favourite Small SUV… But is the Ford Puma or Skoda Kamiq is the best mainstream compact SUV overall?
How the distinctive off-beat thrum of the three-cylinder engine has been getting increasingly raucous.
Forget Q7, X5, RX and GLE for now. Genesis’s first sports utility vehicle needs to make an impression by defeating our favourite large luxury SUV, the Volkswagen Touareg.
The E-Class remains untouchable for sales in its segment, but is the E300 the pick for executives seeking the best $120,000 large luxury sedan?
After two executive sedans, Hyundai’s fledgling luxury brand is now targeting large premium SUVs with its GV80. We test it with Genesis’s all-new straight-six diesel.
Can the Genesis G80 repeat Lexus’s feat with its 1989 LS400 limo and send the German luxury brands back to the drawing board? We pit the premium Korean sedan against an E-Class to find out.
VW’s large SUV has a new base model. Can it still pull off the pseudo-luxury vibe?
The Toyota RAV4 and Volkswagen Tiguan are two of the best mid-sized SUVs you can buy right now. But which model appeals the most in entry-level guise?
There’s significant change for the second-generation GLA. We look at how the luxury compact SUV stacks up in mid-spec GLA250 guise.
The Kamiq is another impressive model from the Czech brand that should be at the pointy end of a small-SUV buyer's shopping list.
Ford’s new-generation Escape needs to be a hit with Australian buyers. Proving it’s better than Mazda’s most popular model would be a great starting point.
Two small, T-badged Volkswagen SUVs, but should buyers choose a fully optioned three-cylinder T-Cross or a sportier four-cylinder T-Roc?
The A4 Allroad is your only choice if you want a conventional wagon with an elevated ride height and an upmarket badge. But does a 2020 update ensure it’s a good choice?
Chinese-owned British brand MG was on a sabbatical from the Australian market in 2015 and 2016, yet it’s now threatening to break into the top 10 sales chart. After just 600 sales in 2017, it’s currently on track to shift about 14,000 units in 2020. With 2018 registering a 401 per cent year-on-year increase, this isn’t a COVID-inspired trend...