It might be a left-field choice here in Australia, but the surprisingly fun and premium Peugeot 2008 is well worth a look at by those in the market for a city-centric SUV.
The Hyundai Santa Fe has a new look for 2021, and with it, a revised diesel drivetrain that feels more athletic and responsive. Is that enough to put it right at the top of its class?
The sixth-generation Subaru Outback builds upon the same recipe that has always made the model so great, feeling better now in every regard, ensuring that it will remain a favourite with existing owners and newcomers to the brand alike.
Bold styling and advanced tech headlines the all-new 2022 Hyundai Tucson range, but when it comes to the base 2.0-litre engine option, it’s the one lowlight of an otherwise solid package.
We take the all-new Isuzu MU-X for a drive ahead of its Australian launch to see if this thing can take on not just the rivals within its own price bracket, but those in the one above as well.
Skoda’s smallest SUV manages to impress all-around, especially in this Limited Edition guise.
We take Mazda’s first all-electric model for a spin ahead of its Australian launch to see how the company’s latest experiment stacks up.
We take a final look at the third-generation Nissan X-Trail before it’s put out to pasture to see whether it’s worth picking one up on a run-out deal.
Kia’s first pure-electric model, the Niro EV, might be an unfortunate case of too little, too late when it comes to this ageing model’s 2021 Australian debut.
Having been drastically updated for 2021 with a fresh new face and the introduction of a sporty new N Line model, the Hyundai Kona is a sporty SUV that finally makes some sense.