The Haval H6 GT might make a big splash with its unmissable sporty styling and rowdy exhaust note, but there’s still some tweaking needed to get it feeling like the full quid when it comes to the way it drives.
The GWM Ute promises unbeatable bang for your buck in Australia’s most hotly-contested new vehicle segment, but how does it compare to the class stalwarts?
Even though it’s getting on in years, the ND Mazda MX-5 still offers one of the purest and most joyful driving experiences out there.
Honda’s new Civic Type R is the fastest front-wheel drive car in the world, but it’s what made its Nürburgring lap record possible that actually makes it feel so special.
We’ve partnered with Upmove to break down what’s involved in bringing a JDM car all the way from the auctions in Japan to your driveway here in Australia.
The Haval H6 Hybrid goes toe-to-toe with the ever-popular Toyota RAV4, and despite the Chinese brand only having been in Australia for under a decade, it’s served up a very solid contender.
Isuzu has broadened the availability of its 1.9-litre engine across the D-Max range which promises lower running costs and increased payload to only broaden the ute’s rapidly growing appeal.
The Mazda CX-8 isn’t long for this world with it set to be pulled from sale in Q1 2024. Is it still worth buying one while you can?
In every way, electric power makes more sense when it comes to luxury vehicles as a spot of amateur wedding chauffeuring proved.
The Jeep name may be most commonly associated with rugged off-roaders, but the Grand Cherokee L is a genuine luxury vehicle.