The Ford Mustang has been crowned the world’s best-selling sports coupe. Again. The Mustang has notched up its third-straight win…Australia biggest market outside the US.
Just 12 months after the latest refreshments to the Isuzu D-Max and MU-X the brand has had the spanners out and tweaked them again as it pushes for 30,000 sales.
The updated Renault Koleos range now offers autonomous emergency braking and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard, priced from $29,990 drive away.
Older drivers might claim that holding the steering wheel at 10-2 is the right way to go. So, is holding the steering wheel at 10-2 the right way?
A new marketing campaign for the Holden Colorado has launched today, which sees the Colorado racing off-road against a mountain goat…in New Zealand, er, okay.
Isaac Bober’s 2018 Holden Trax LT Review with pricing, specs, performance, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score.
The 2019 Mitsubishi Triton spied testing in Outback South Australia undergoing possible ride and handling calibration.
Following the launch of the Kia Picanto 12 months ago, Kia has released the Picanto GT-Line which gets a body kit and tweaked interior, priced at $17,490 drive away.
Three new Toyota HiLux variants have been launched in the Flinders Ranges this week with prices starting at $54,990+ORC.
2019 BMW M2 Competition arrives boasting twin-turbo engine and 302kW and 550Nm. Australian pricing and availability will be announced soon.
The Ford Mustang has been confirmed as a starter for the 2019 Supercars season, a partnership between Ford Performance, DJR Team Penske, and Tickford Racing.
The Ford Fiesta ST will arrive Down Under in the second-quarter of 2019 boasting 147kW and a six-speed manual…pricing hasn’t been announced.
Moments after the reveal of the 190kW Mercedes-Benz X-Class V6, a more powerful Volkswagen Amarok V6 has arrived.
Our handy guide should take the sting out of buying a used car. And we’ve produced a checklist to print out and take with you.
We’ve all been there, stuck in a line of slow-moving traffic while cars in the outside lane are streaking past. So, does constantly changing lanes get you there faster?