We put Genesis’ much-needed first SUV to the test to see if the GV80 deserves to be the sales success the company needs.
Kia’s new seven-seater certainly looks expensive, and in top-spec GT-Line guise clearly has the price tag to match. So, is it worth it?
We take Mitsubishi’s legendary road-going rally car – and ode to to the success of its star driver of the time, Tommi Mäkinen – for a drive to see just why this thing’s values have skyrocketed.
After previously testing it at its Australian launch and then on a road trip to Coober Pedy, our latest stint in the new Isuzu D-Max sees us pit the top-spec X-Terrain model against the urban jungle.
Kia’s sporty small hatch, the Rio GT-Line, serves as a reminder of just how much fun small cars can truly be, and this 2021 model adds some welcome features into the mix, too.
Hyundai’s Elantra replacement, the i30 Sedan, presents itself as an economy car with some added pizazz, but although it looks to be excellent value for money, the drive, it must be said, is nothing to shout about.
The FD2 Honda Civic Type R is finally legal to import into Australia 13 years after it first launched in its home market of Japan, and we’ve been able to bring you the first road test of a real one on Aussie tarmac.
BMW’s new sporty sedan feels unlike any other that has come before it, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
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.