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.
Where many small SUVs can feel underwhelming and uninspiring, the Vitara Turbo proves that Suzuki is a company that knows how to make even a car like this feel fun.
While the Subaru XV feels a better fit for the company’s first hybrid drivetrain than the larger Forester, the inflated price and basic specification level still present issues for it to try to overcome.
Hyundai has swapped out the wheezy four-pot petrol option in its Santa Fe seven-seater for a punchier V6 that we found now ought to deliver enough power for the whole family.
We submit the 2021 Isuzu D-Max to trial by rock, mud, gravel, sand, and tarmac ahead of the Australian launch of the all-new model, and quickly discover that it’s a true class-leader and the new ute to beat.
While the regular Subaru Forester might be a great car that offers clever tech at a smart price, the newly-introduced Hybrid model struggles to justify the hefty price premium it charges.
We bring together the two most affordable electric cars in Australia to do battle and establish which budget EV is best.