VW’s flagship Touareg V8 TDI has been confirmed for Australia. VW will fire its range-topping Touareg V8 TDI into the Australian market later this year with the arrival of its most powerful SUV ever. The new Touareg V8 TDI, built on the third-generation Touareg platform, surpasses the output of even
We drive and review the 2020 Nissan Navara N-Trek, the little brother to the tough Warrior. Just how much different is it to that vehicle and the ST-X it is based on? We find out and deliver you the verdict.
Two carmakers are surging to the top at the moment when it comes to developing long-life battery technology. A two-horse race is on to be the first manufacturer to deliver a “million-mile” battery, capable of lasting 1.6 million kilometres before needing to be replaced. The competitors are General Motors and
The new Audi Q3 40 TFSI and S Line arrive into the small SUV’s lineup. Two new Q3 options join Audi Australia’s showroom, expanding the lineup’s offering to four variants. Available now, the new 40 TFSI ($54,990 plus on-road costs) and 40 TFSI S Line ($59,400 plus) sit between the
Mercedes-Benz has priced and specified its 2020 GLB range for Australia. Arriving in showrooms shortly, the new GLB SUV will give Mercedes-Benz Australia a unique offering on showroom floors. Priced from $59,900 plus on-road costs, the SUV is the first compact seven-seat crossover to be offered by the German maker.
Do Canberrans have something against wildlife or do animals just like jumping out at cars in the nation’s capital? Car insurer AAMI has revealed the top hot spots in each Australian state and the ACT (it is sans Northern Territory) to hit wildlife, finding that the nation’s capital Canberra is
This is the first look at the next-generation 2020 RAM 1500 Limited DT in Australia before its factory-backed conversion. The next-generation Ram 1500 ‘DT’ has landed in Australia and begun testing before its on-sale which is due late-2020 or early next year. The new generation ‘DT’ Ram 1500 is planned
The new Juke from Nissan looks as unique as ever and now it brings all of the latest tech and safety advances. Nissan’s second-generation Juke has been revealed for Australia, with pricing to start from under $28,000 plus on-road costs. Most noticeable is a complete refresh in styling inside and
2020 BMW X5 M and X6 M Competition review in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. IN A NUTSHELL: If you can’t choose between these two, we’d suggest the X5 M Competition as the better (logical) choice. But some want the exclusive look of the
Suzuki Swift sees an update to keep it fighting against the Mazda 2 and Toyota Yaris. Suzuki’s little Swift hatchback has received a facelift for 2020, as unveiled in Japan overnight. While changes are mostly minor there are some new tech and interior enhancements too. These images come via the
Porsche’s new 911 Targa has been unveiled and confirmed for Australia this year. Porsche Australia will roll the new 911 Targa onto local showrooms from around September this year. The fourth-generation ‘roofless’ 911 echoes classic 911 Targa styling cues on the latest 992 body, with a roof that will open
Powerful grunt and some extra gear underpin the Amarok 580S ute. Volkswagen Australia has announced another limited edition Amarok model for our market. The Amarok 580S will sit between the Highline and Ultimate models on the showrooms floor, priced at $70,990 plus on-road costs. Just 200 units will be available
A new report suggests Tesla Model 3s will begin to be offered with a battery capable of lasting one million miles. Tesla will reportedly introduce a new battery either later this year or early 2021 which will be capable of lasting one million miles (1.6 million kilometres) and cost even
Nissan’s twin-turbo V6 Z rival to the Ford Mustang and Toyota Supra will be unveiled in 12 months. Nissan will lift the sheet on its much-anticipated sequel to the 370z, understood to now carry two badges designating two power output tunes. The latest round of information comes from reports in
Audi is offering five-year, unlimited km warranties with free servicing over the same period on all new cars sold, but it’s hardly a long-term deal. Audi Australia has increased its three-year warranty to offer five years, unlimited-kilometre coverage with five years of free servicing and no on-road costs for new