Fancy yourself a car enthusiast? While being an enthusiastic car owner and a good driver are both part of your overall street cred, a lot of it comes down to being able to talk the torque. And where many of us can come undone when showing off our automotive prowess is butchering the pronunciation of brand or model names as badly as Kim from Kath & Kim used to pronounce 'chardonnay' (she said 'kar-don-aye', for the record)...
We've established the top-spec Kadjar is a good thing. Does that translate down the range?
The Renault Kadjar slots between the Captur and Koleos, walking the line between two of Australia's most popular segments. It's an appealing offering in Intens spec.
There have been some sizzling Renault Sport Meganes over the past decade or so but this 2020 Megane RS Trophy-R ups the hardcore measure appreciably. Renault boasts it is the best performing Renault production model ever. No pressure to impress us, then.
The Renault Kadjar fills a gap in the French brand's SUV line-up, between the Captur and Koleos. Its spacious cabin, smooth and punchy engine, and lovely design means it deserves some attention.
Now with a quick-shifting dual-clutch auto, the more hardcore Megane RS Cup adds an even sharper edge to an already capable hot hatch.
If you’re wanting an SUV packed with features and style, the Renault Koleos Intens could be what you’re looking for.
The $30K drive-away Renault Trafic Trader Life is a no-frills work van at an appetising price. But it's not hard to find where its maker cut costs.
You won’t spot the changes to the 2019 Renault Captur externally, but jump behind the wheel and a punchy new engine tells its own story.
Will keen drivers be the big winners with the Cup version of Renault’s Megane RS hot hatch?
As perhaps my personal favourite release of 2018 under a quarter-mil’, the Renault Megane RS – the ‘softer’ Sport EDC, specifically – was my list-topper for Christmas break getaway cars...