The new Commodore is here – but it faces an uphill battle to win over hearts and minds.
We drove the first four-cylinder Commodore in thirty years.
The Toyota LandCruiser Prado has been on and off-road in Australia for over twenty years.
We took out the first big changed Prado in nearly a decade.
The new Holden Equinox marks the end of one of the most divisive models in the Australian brands range – the Captiva.
We took it out to see if it could tempt buyers back into a Holden SUV.
The Kia Sorento has been a standout family sized SUV, and now comes with a punching new GT Line edition.
We took it out to see if it is worth putting on your shopping list.
A rear-wheel drive sports tourer from Kia? Believe it.
We took the game-changing South Korean out for a drive.
The Nissan Pathfinder is one of the many SUVs that make up the Nissan range, the penultimate before the flagship Patrol – and one of the only hybrid 4WD SUVs available to buy in Australia.
We got off-road in the Pathfinder on Moreton Island to test it out.
The Holden Trax has filled the space of the light SUV in the showroom, between the Astra and the much larger Captiva.
With an all-new update for 2017, we tested the baby wagon of Holden’s range.
The new C-HR is a radical departure from Toyota’s regular stable of faithful vehicles.
We jumped in to test the divisively styled new coupe.
The Cruze famously killed the best selling Astra of the late 90s and early 2000s in a last-ditch attempt by General Motors and Holden to bring more manufacturing back onto Australian shores.
But the last generation Astra, and the new kid are both direct from the General’s European arm, so we decided to test out the continental cousin.
The Kia Rio is a solid choice among buyers looking for a well-built, practical small hatch.
Korea’s new model has grown up, so we took it for a ride.