The 2017 Holden Colorado which goes on-sale in September has copped a raft of local tweaks to improve its ride and handling for Australian buyers.
Suzuki has hit on a sales winner with the new Vitara, with local boss, Andrew Moore telling PM that the key has been customisation..
The Toyota HiLux has been around for more than 40 years and is one of the best-selling vehicles in Australia. Here’s the history of the Toyota HiLux.
Nissan has announced the release of three limited-edition N-Sport models exclusively for Australia, including X-Trail, Juke and NP300 Navara.
The 2017 Holden Colorado will make its public debut at ANZ Stadium tonight during the Rugby League State of Origin: NSW Vs QLD.
The refreshed 2017 Nissan Pathfinder has been revealed ahead of its arrival in Australia in the first half of next year. THE 2017 NISSAN PATHFINDER won’t make it Down Under until early next year, but Nissan is promising the refreshed model will have more “adventure capability”. Available in both two-
The much-loved Toyota 70 Series will have its life prolonged with a suite of modern electronic driving aids. Toyota previously announced the 70 would get some safety upgrades, and now they have been more specific. All the 70 variants – single and double cab utes, the wagon and troop carrier
The Internet has struck again with a leaked image of the Renault Alaskan ute making its way onto the web overnight.
Ford has announced key details and upgrades for its 2017 model year Ranger which will be available from next month (July).
Details and pricing for the 2017 model year Skoda Octavia line-up have been revealed with the range receiving more equipment, including active safety gear.
Ford will launch a 2WD Ford Everest Trend onto the Australian market in September with prices starting at $55,990+ORC.
New market entrant HAVAL has reduced prices across its entire range, and offered driveaway deals as an EOFY sales campaign…
Want a tough 4WD? The new Mercedes-Benz G350D Professional might be what you’re looking for. The Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen is not well known in Australia, but is one of the classic 4WDs with a history dating back to its origins as a joint venture with famed offroad specialists Steyr-Puch in 1979.
Great Wall has announced it will take over control of its Australian and NZ operations from July 1, saying it will be launching a Great Wall ute later in the year.
Australia and Victoria have a good record on enforcing safety features like electronic stability control, but AEB isn’t the save-all the TAC claims it is.