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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 Porsche Cayman GT4 is the latest track focused variant from Stuttgart and it continues the GT4 tradition of accessible excellence, while being more affordable than any other track focused Porsche.
The Chevrolet Silverado 2500 is now well established locally, but in Midnight Edition trim it's an even tougher monster dual-cab pick-up.
The Holden Commodore might not be built in Australia anymore, but the AWD variant still makes sense as a family tourer – even if it isn't an SUV in the classical sense.
We've spent plenty of time with our long-term CR-V now, but how does it handle highway driving?
There’s been plenty of discussion – most of it uninformed – about electric vehicles in the last few months. So, it was timely I went across to Spain to have a look at the way that country is starting to roll out its EV infrastructure. You might not think, on face value at least, that Australia has much in common with Spain, but Spain provides a solid case study for us here in Australia...
The GT3 Touring is just the latest in a long line of 911 variants. Or is it? One thing's for sure – it's one hell of a manual, performance 911.
Intelligent Power - Intelligent Drive - Intelligent Integration. According to Francisco Carranza - Managing Director of Nissan Energy Services, these three pillars will shape the way the Japanese brand moves further into an electric future...
In what should come as no surprise, responsible vehicle manufacturers will look well beyond the first phase of a battery's life to lessen the long-term environmental impact of electric vehicles – and that's exactly what Nissan is doing. Francisco Carranza, managing director of Nissan Energy Services, told CarAdvice in Madrid the Leaf's battery packs will "outlast the car by another 10 to 12 years"...
We've never reviewed the Mustang in V8 convertible trim and it's automatic only. Let's see if the 10-speed adds to the retro appeal.
A three-door Mini in either Cooper or Cooper S specification is, for mine, the one you should be buying. Here we tested the limited-edition 60 Years model in traditional British Racing Green.
“Do you remember the ’85 Ford Spectron mate?” Might seem like a strange question to most of you but my mate Damien - hot rod builder, qualified panel beater, visionary and confidante when it comes to frivolous, nonsense car purchases - calls me often with similar discussion starters. “Yes, I do remember the Spectron, but we didn’t have enough money to buy one of them back in the day, mate...
The new 2019 Jeep Wrangler has finally landed in Australia, and first up we test the four-door Unlimited Rubicon model in petrol and diesel.
We've walked you through the insides of our CR-V long-termer, from cabin comfort to infotainment and drive technology. But, how does it drive? Read on.
Electric cars have been the hot topic in Australia of late – thanks largely to the (mostly incorrect) political debate from both sides of politics that has been taking place. But one manufacturer is of the opinion politics shouldn't really have a role in the phasing-in of the technology of the future...