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Toyota’s new grand-van plan falls short of the lofty mark set by its long-running predecessor, but opens up a new corporate growth opportunity.
Mercedes-Benz has expanded its CLA four-door coupe line-up in Australia with the announcement of two new additions, the CLA250 4Matic and Mercedes-AMG CLA35 4Matic. Following on from the arrival of the CLA200 earlier this year, the CLA250 and CLA35 are expected to become the volume sellers amongst the CLA range. Later in 2020 the flagship CLA45 4Matic+ will also join the range...
With style and aspiration as key attributes, Mercedes-Benz's entry-level four-door coupe delivers all the visual impact you’d expect.
Your seven-seat lounge suite on wheels has arrived, and once you’re in, you won’t want to get out.
With style at the fore, these two could be forgiven for relying on their looks alone. The heat of a head-to-head comparison requires substance and sophistication, as well, to come out on top.
The writing is on the wall for the Mitsubishi Pajero. Now living in the shadow of its own former glory, does Mitsubishi’s big 4x4 have the glow to tough out its twilight years?
Citroen is one of the last brands in Australia to offer a medium SUV. The C5 Aircross should make up for lost time, applying a Citroen twist to Australia's favourite vehicle segment.
As the RX350 approaches its midlife update, Lexus has wheeled out a value-added runout pack to entice buyers.
An improved all-rounder with an added injection of fuel-saving hybrid tech, the new RAV4 GXL looks set to become a favourite with Aussie families.
As the Toyota Tarago prepares to say goodbye to Australia, we take one last trip around the block in the car that defined the segment it’s about to bow out of.
If there's a niche within the small-SUV sector for 'controversial cuteness', the fun-seeking Citroen C3 Aircross is ready to stake its claim as the titleholder.
I never really liked the previous Jeep Wrangler. I liked what it represented, but the final execution left a little too much to be desired. That doesn’t suggest the old Wrangler was a bad thing. Used as intended, the previous generation JK Wrangler was, and still is, rather brilliant – at one specific thing...
No longer such an unusual package as it was when it first launched, the BMW i3 adds a longer-range battery to fend off the advances of a growing range of EV competitors.
Big, powerful, and with a lightly sporting flavour, the Toyota Camry SX V6 adheres to a traditional Aussie family car formula.
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.