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There's plenty of variety at the business end of the four-wheel-drive ute segment these days. We run through them from top to bottom.
The world of the humble small sedan has become a little more broad-ranging of late. Traditional three-box small cars have grown, and buyers have moved away from medium sedans, thus somehow creating a new, melded category. Hatch versus sedan arguments have raged for decades, but there’s no denying the neat and almost elegant lines of the saloon option, particularly as manufacturers have turned to designs that inject a level of style and intrigue into the segment...
The gamut of Toyota’s fast car alumni is wide. It has placed a sports variant, or even dedicated option, in nearly every segment. Let's talk about sports cars first. If you're into grand touring, there were options like the Supra, and Soarer. Both late-model versions were powered by the brand's legendary JZ family of engines – straight-six brutes with either single- or twin-turbos...
The Toyota RAV4 and Volkswagen Tiguan are two of the best mid-sized SUVs you can buy right now. But which model appeals the most in entry-level guise?
We test eight of Australia’s favourite utes in our annual mega test.
As fans prepare to see how the new Subaru BRZ will look in GR-badged Toyota 86 form, the time is right to take another tour down memory lane with an old legend and another one in the making.
They're siblings from different mothers, but is the premium commanded by the Lexus ES300h justified against its twin-under-the-skin, the Toyota Camry SL hybrid?
The Toyota Yaris has upped its game but also its pricing – in a big way. Does the city car now make any sense for buyers over a comparably priced Corolla?
It’s an automotive version of Zoolander as the second-generation Nissan Juke and Toyota C-HR adopt ‘blue steel’ poses in a battle of style-focused compact crossovers.
The newest ute on sale in Australia takes on the top two sellers and the benchmarks of the class.