The 2019 BMW X5 hits Australia in November, and has all the ingredients to stay atop the sales charts. It's the same, just better, in every way.
It's one of the most hyped sports cars and it carries a name that demands respect. But, can the all-new Supra live up to its name? Paul Maric finds out.
Despite downsizing the motor, the new third-gen Renault Megane RS is a huge step up from the model it replaces with more pace, equipment and tech than ever before. It's no less capable, yet far more liveable.
The revamped Volkswagen Polo 6 GTI promises to be more Golf-like and more authentically 'GTI'. But does it make for a better compact hot hatchback? Or a properly affordable one?
The best roadster on the planet, happens to have 12 cylinders and sound like a Senna-era Formula 1 car.
The Tucson has been a big hit for Hyundai, but will a small change be enough for it to stay a sales success? Paul Maric finds out.
The Subaru Levorg has always struck me as a car with a bit of an identity crisis. Is it a WRX wagon with another name? A luxury estate with a proudly mainstream badge? Neither, really. But in an era of unmatched homogeneity, anything that's hard to define or put into a box is intriguing. Rivals are few and far between...
New styling, new tech, new transmissions and more power, but is the vastly revamped 2018 Ford Mustang GT a better muscle car icon?
Developing a new car from nothing to first customer delivery in just four years is no mean feat, let alone doing this with a brand-new platform and brand-new technology. That’s exactly how it went down, though, with the all-new Jaguar I-Pace. So, you can imagine why I was a bit sceptical about Jaguar pulling off what normally takes car companies more like six-to-eight years to achieve...
Our Aussie introduction to the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk wasn't a long one, but it was amply explosive. Does the seat-of-the-pants on-track experience live up to the hype?
The small hot-hatch segment in Australia is about to get a whole lot more exciting. Meet the all-new Ford Fiesta ST.
The Porsche 911 GT3... You don't even need to read past this, just buy one.
Bentley has for sure reset the benchmark with the latest-generation Continental GT, featuring an entirely new design inside and out that is both innovative yet still using traditional materials. It's the first car in decades to put a fresh spin on timber, chrome and leather.
Say hello to the newest and brightly-coloured addition to the CarAdvice long-term fleet: the 2018 Volkswagen Polo Launch Edition, with us for the next few months. We'll cover the ins and outs of our experience with this car in upcoming instalments, but here we'll go over the specifics of the Launch Edition's setup and features...
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class is now available locally, and the premium dual-cab segment is set for a shake-up. Comparisons await, but how does it feel from first impressions?
The all-new sixth-generation BMW M5 is the fastest M car ever built by the German skunkworks. And it's also, arguably, the greatest BMW ever.
The S-Class has for decades now symbolised the pinnacle of luxury limousine motoring. Here we take a closer look at the S400d and S560 LWB variants.
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.