The all-new Genesis G80 delivers that old-school luxury feel with a slick, modern, tech-savvy sheen.
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.
BMW’s new sporty sedan feels unlike any other that has come before it, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
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.
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.
Lexus reckons its new ES can compete against its German competition a class above, but can it actually? To find out, we pitted it against the new large luxury sedan class-leader – the Audi A6.
After years in the shadows of its BMW and Mercedes-branded rivals, now looks to be the time for the all-new Audi A6 to finally shine.
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?
Is a somewhat lacklustre drivetrain enough to mar the solid package the revised Jaguar XE appears to present? We grab the keys to the range-topping HSE R-Dynamic variant to find out.
The Audi A4 has always set itself apart from the sports sedan norm with its quattro all-wheel drive system, but are its conservative and understated looks telling of the way it drives, or is it more of a thrill behind the wheel than you might think? We found out when we took the 45 TFSI variant for a spin around Melbourne.