While we wait for the Ti, the Nissan Qashqai N-Tec is the stand-in flagship of the range – but how does it fare?
Gone are the days when even the most mundane of automobiles had a stylish coupe derivative, but BMW has a stoic reputation for two-door compact cars. A tradition that continues with the 2 Series range, which gets a few subtle updates to keep it ticking in 2018.
Australian families continue to swarm towards SUVs. We find out if the new Holden Commodore wagon is worthy of stopping them in their tracks.
The Subaru BRZ has always been an impressive – and affordable – driver's car. Now with some clever STI fettling both inside and out, meet the top-of-the-range Subaru BRZ tS.
The all-new third-generation Citroen C3 has landed in Australia, adding a stylish and funky alternative to an already crowded light car segment. But are its edgy looks alone enough to lure buyers?
The Mercedes-AMG S63 is not only one of the world's most powerful production cars, but also one of the most luxurious – and it's brilliant at both.
The new Volkswagen Polo isn’t the most exciting city car to behold, or steer through corners. But if it's substance and depth you desire, then nothing in the class can match it. A city car for grown-ups.
The new Suzuki Swift Sport is a significantly better car than its predecessor. This 970kg turbocharged terrier may be a literal lightweight, but it's not a figurative one.
Lexus has entered the fray for the hearts and wallets of seven-seater SUV buyers with a stretched version of its popular RX range. But does the 2018 Lexus RX L seven-seater offer the right blend of practicality and comfort to justify its place in the segment?
There's a lot riding on the 2018 Holden ZB Commodore. Is it worth the wait and, more importantly, is it worthy of the Commodore badge?
The new Peugeot 5008 represents an oh-so-Gallic salvo in the fight for buyers in the medium-to-large SUV segment. With its sharp design, sharper pricing and extensive equipment list, is it enough to lure buyers away from more mainstream models?
The Jaguar E-Pace arrives as the marque's second only crack at the luxury SUV market. It should do well, given it's cleverly packaged with good dynamics and useful practicality.
Volkswagen gets arty with a new flagship passenger car, but can the Arteon keep style-conscious executives out of A5 Sportbacks, 4 Series Gran Coupes or C-Classes?
Want the Porsche that ticks every conceivable box? A model that blends Turbo S performance, hybrid efficiency, sports car handling, family-friendly room and a wagon bootspace? The exhaustively named Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo could be right up your alley. Hold on to your kitchen sink...
Ford has finally confirmed that the Ford Edge will come to Australia as the Endura. We had an early preview in the US and we like what we see.
Has the return to turbocharged V6 power been a backwards step for the Audi RS4 Avant? Or has newfound pace compensated for the lamented loss of the sonorous naturally aspirated V8?
Does a fresh design and a stack of new technology offer buyers enough to consider the Ford EcoSport? Paul Maric finds out.
In the ultimate ride-share specification – white, base-model hybrid – does the all-new Toyota Camry Ascent represent good value for a sub-$30K large car?
The second-generation Audi RS5 muscle coupe loses the sonorous old V8 in favour of a torquier turbo six. It's fast, grippy and loaded with tech, though driving purists may long for more character...
Since its release, the Jaguar F-Type has sung to the sweet tune of V6 or V8 engines. Will a four-cylinder turbo dilute the sports car experience?