It’s the sequel no one would want to have to try and make – a new Land Rover Defender – but the famed British marque has tried its hand at producing a follow-up 70 years in the making. So, how has the company done?
Nissan’s ageing Patrol has been given a new look, but right-hand drive models for markets like here in Australia miss out on a new interior to go with it, so how much does this hamper the Y62 by 2021’s standards?
The Mazda CX-9 has been a fine flagship for the Hiroshima-based brand for five years now, so how’s it holding up after all that time? We grab the keys to the cheapest variant on offer to find out.
Too embarrassed to buy a minivan? The eight-seater Hyundai Palisade might just be the vehicle you’re after.
We take one last look at the soon-to-be replaced second-gen Qashqai by taking the new Midnight Edition version for a spin, which brings with it some smarter looks and extra equipment to give it a second wind.
Ford will be wanting to make a big splash in the mid-size SUV market with its all-new Escape, and while it’s certainly got the power to impress in this hotly-contested space, a lack of refinement around the edges does hamper its ambitions slightly.
The Puma name has returned from the dead to be plastered on the back of an SUV rather than a sports coupé, but don’t turn your nose up at it too quickly as this little thing manages to be surprisingly impressive to drive.
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?
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.