We put Mazda’s unique Skyactiv-X engine to the test in the sleek 3 Hatch to see if it really can combine the benefits of petrol and diesel engines into one.
Combining a surprisingly punchy and frugal engine with a perfectly usable amount of pure-electric driving range, the XC40 Plug-in Hybrid makes a very strong case for itself as a usable daily driver.
We pit the hotly-anticipated Jeep ute against the rocky tracks at Eagle View to see just how much sense this long-asked-for model makes.
Nissan’s ugly duckling is looking more like a swan now that the second-generation Juke has finally arrived, but is it actually any good as a city car?
We pit the all-new Isuzu D-Max against one of its most arduous challenges yet on a 2000km round trip to the opal-mining town of Coober Pedy.
As strange as it is for the Japanese brand to have started selling a rebadged French van exclusively Down Under, it’s not entirely without reason.
While the Nissan Skyline GT-R has always been revered for its performance, the R33 generation has always been viewed as the unloved middle child, but is there any base to the detractors’ claims? We grab the keys to this tastefully modified example to find out.
While the WRX may be the car that gets all the glory, the regular Impreza is still a fun and dynamically-pleasing car in its own right, even if it does lack a little when it comes to power.
The Mazda MX-5 has always impressed as a driver’s car, but this latest hardtop iteration with its recently-revised athletic 2.0-litre engine has to be the best of the breed.
While Hyundai is clearly looking towards the future with its current Ioniq model and newly-established sub-brand of the same name, the current Plug-in Hybrid model is one version that still feels perfectly suited to today’s age.