Peter Brock’s Holden Dealer Team was the builder of some of Australia’s most unique cars. This particular Berlina wagon might just be HDT’s most unique, though.
The old Mitsubishi Outlander was unquestionably outdated and basic. This all-new 2022 model, however, is a genuinely premium surprise.
The notion of a hardcore performance version of the Hyundai Kona might seem a bit silly – especially when it’s only front-wheel drive. Don’t be fooled, though – the 2022 Kona N isn’t a car you should dismiss too easily.
Isuzu has been listening to customers and critics alike, and its 2022 D-Max now comes sporting a host of minor but meaningful upgrades. We grabbed the keys to the range-topping X-Terrain to see just what’s been addressed.
The entry-level Kia Cerato is a disappointment, but can the GT model redeem the Cerato name? Spoiler alert: yes, it definitely can.
Given the prevalence of mid-size luxury SUVs today, the GV70 is the one car Genesis had to absolutely nail. Fortunately, then, it ticks all the right boxes.
Australia is a big market for JDM imports, and the Toyota Crown has been one of the most populous on our roads in recent years. We grabbed the keys to this 2010 Majesta to see why.
Hyundai’s latest EV might look like a hatch, but its proportions put it closer to an SUV. Whichever way you measure it up, though, it’s a rapid performer and truly feels like a product of tomorrow.
The Jaguar F-Pace has taken a big leap forward when it comes to technology and build quality, and it still looks absolutely stunning, but is this new P400 straight-six a good fit for it?
Hyundai has given the Kona Electric a reworking for 2021, giving it new looks and making changes to afford it a claimed 484km of range on paper – but can it truly match those claims on tarmac?