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The Discovery Sport has been a strong weapon in the Land Rover arsenal since it was first released. Here we review the SD4 HSE in five-seat guise to see if it can still cut it with the segment leaders.
The Hyundai Elantra is an attractive and affordable option in the small segment, with the usual Hyundai strong points and versatile day-to-day usability.
What better way to review an Aston Martin than with the top down the whole time? The stunning DB11 is hunting all other GTs and doing it with style and panache.
BMW expanded the 'SUV Coupe' segment with the original X4, and now we're testing the revised 2019 model. It's got plenty of standard kit, and while we don't know final pricing, promises to be a hit with buyers.
Replacing the old Compass means the new generation had to be significantly better, and it is. This is a competitive segment, though, so even the Jeep brand heritage won't do all the hard work for the company's small SUV.
The Lexus RX300 in F Sport guise continues the Japanese brand's commitment to extensive standard inclusions and build quality. It's an exceptional SUV in every sense.
The Renault Trafic SWB 103 is an enticing contender in the commercial van segment, thanks to excellent driving dynamics and plenty of useful features.
The 2019 BMW X4 will go on sale in Australia in the third quarter of 2018 and as you'd expect, there's a host of incremental changes across the model - not the least of which is the availability of the M Sport Package as a no-cost option across the X4 range. Read the detailed Australian launch information here...
BMW Australia has announced the initial X4 model range that will go on sale in local dealerships in the third quarter of 2018 though full pricing and specifications will be finalised closer to launch. "Expect the price range to be between $75,000 and $110,000," BMW's local corporate communications manager, Adam Davis, told CarAdvice in Spartanburg, South Carolina ahead of the international launch drive for the new X4, "We'll finalise those details soon though...
The Kia Carnival continues its run as the gold standard in people movers, driving more like a car than a bus and offering incredible cabin flexibility and comfort.
While the GXL is the quintessential go-to for so many Prado buyers, there's also the entry-grade GX manual as an option for those on a tighter budget.
The revised 2018 Porsche Cayenne is actually the fifth version of the popular large SUV – if you include midlife updates. It continues its push as the performance SUV to watch with a potent blend of power and balance.
The Lexus IS300 range comprises many variants and trim grades, but the Sports Luxury is perhaps the smart-money buy with an excellent 2.0-litre turbocharged engine.
The price isn't for the faint-hearted, but the technology under the Panamera Hybrid's skin is state of the art. It's a performance weapon with some green credentials too.
While the Fortuner is the most obvious rugged off-roader in the Toyota stable, you might not have considered the manual gearbox. Perhaps you should.