Pricing, specs and the release date for the all-new 2019 Jeep Wrangler have been announced, with the off-roader arriving here in April from $48,950+ORC.
The next-generation Ford Ranger will be the foundation of the next-generation Volkswagen Amarok as the two automakers confirm an alliance.
The 2019 BMW 3 Series will be priced from $67,900+ORC when the two-model range arrives in Australia in March. Performance AWD variant coming later in the year.
Part-worn, used or second-hand tyres are less of an issue in Australia than in Europe but plenty of places here still advertise them. So, are part-worn tyres safe?
There’s nothing worse than a saggy seat…Ford this week revealed it uses a robotic butt, Robutt, to simulate a decade of dry use. It’s not being used to test wet use.
Isaac Bober’s Toyota HiLux Rogue Review with Pricings, Specs, Performance, Ride and Handling, Ownership, Safety, Verdict and Score.
Toyota has announced both a five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty across its entire range of passenger vehicles, and a money-back guarantee.
Audi has demonstrated the integration of virtual reality for backseat passengers at the Consumer Electronics Show but has it gone too far?
Harley-Davidson has revealed specifications for its Livewire electric motorcycle at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas overnight.
The Atlis XT electric dual-cab ute is available for order now boasting four-wheel drive and a driving range of up to 800km. It’s expected to launch in 2020.
Honda has released the budget-oriented CR-V VTi-E7 seven-seat SUV in Australia priced from $34,490+ORC.
It reads like it might be a gimmick but X-Mode is anything but…Here we explain what X-Mode is and how it works.
Ssangyong will launch a long-wheelbase version of the Musso in the second-quarter of 2019, boosting length to 5.4m and payload from 790kg to 1020kg.
Australian new car sales in 2018 were down on both 2016 and 2017 numbers with sales in December falling 14.3 percent. Toyota HiLux finished the year as the country’s best-selling vehicle.
Hyundai has shown off its autonomous vehicle tech and a wireless charging concept that it expects to have up and running around 2025.