Hyundai’s all-electric small SUV delivers enough range to silence the detractors and has fairly impressive performance and decent dynamics to boot, only helping its maker position itself as one of the leaders in the EV race.
There are plenty of reasons to like Nissan’s second-generation all-electric Leaf, from its smart looks to its impressive driving dynamics, but a lack of charging infrastructure here in Australia along with its limited range presents some big hurdles for it to jump over.
If you’re looking for the perfect A-to-B car, Toyota’s new Corolla sedan is exactly that, especially when it comes to the ultra-efficient and incredibly refined hybrid variant.
Hyundai’s recently-updated all-electric Ioniq, the cheapest EV in Australia, has been given a new look, better technology, and, most importantly, a bigger battery providing far more range than before and giving it yet another reason why you might want to seriously consider going electric with your next car.
As the latest Toyota Camry has tried to shed itself of a stale image, so too has the new Lexus ES that’s based on it, but has the model’s most forward design yet done the trick?
The all-new RAV4 is more agile, better-equipped, and far more economical than ever before – especially when it comes to the long overdue Hybrid AWD variant.
Hyundai’s all-electric Kona offers a serious amount of tailpipe emission-free motoring for the money, and a range that’s usable for those living further afield.