Genesis may still be a bit of an unknown to most in the luxury market, but to those in the know, its performance flagship, the G70 3.3T Sport, presents one of the best deals out there right now.
It might be a left-field choice here in Australia, but the surprisingly fun and premium Peugeot 2008 is well worth a look at by those in the market for a city-centric SUV.
The Hyundai Santa Fe has a new look for 2021, and with it, a revised diesel drivetrain that feels more athletic and responsive. Is that enough to put it right at the top of its class?
The sixth-generation Subaru Outback builds upon the same recipe that has always made the model so great, feeling better now in every regard, ensuring that it will remain a favourite with existing owners and newcomers to the brand alike.
The BT-50 Thunder serves up a tough new look for the perhaps too-stylish ute, but without any performance or off-road suspension upgrades it risks leaving some buyers wanting more.
Bold styling and advanced tech headlines the all-new 2022 Hyundai Tucson range, but when it comes to the base 2.0-litre engine option, it’s the one lowlight of an otherwise solid package.
Kia’s twin-turbocharged Euro-style liftback performance halo has been given a refresh for 2021, and while the interior has been given some much needed upgrades and still performs like a champ, slow sales bring the model’s future into question.
We take the all-new Isuzu MU-X for a drive ahead of its Australian launch to see if this thing can take on not just the rivals within its own price bracket, but those in the one above as well.
The 2021 Jaguar F-Type R is looking more stunning than ever before despite the fact it’s getting on in years, and thanks to its brawny supercharged V8 and tight handling, it gives off a strong supercar vibe.
Hyundai has clearly proven that sedans can still be sexy with its new Sonata N Line, but does the driving experience live up to its seriously stunning looks?