We’ve been testing the 2015 Santa Fe Highlander for a while now, but how well does its technology work off-road? We head into the bush to find out.
How to use Mitsubishi’s Super Select 4X4 transmission system on Challenger, Pajero and Triton.
Isuzu has announced the launch of its I-Venture Club which is designed to help Isuzu D-Max and MU-X owners learn more about travelling off-road.
Skoda has launched the 2015 Skoda Octavia Scout 4×4 in Tasmania with pricing beginning from $32,990+ORC.
Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² details revealed with the brand stating it’ll make a decision to put it into production based on crowd reaction. So, get excited…
The Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4 has been teased ahead of its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month (March).
Skoda has announced engine and specification details for its 2015 Octavia Scout 4×4 but we won’t know pricing until March.
Special edition Skoda Superb 4×4 Outdoor Wagon added to updated Superb range – Available form October it sells from $52,690(+ORC).
The non-4WD Enthusiast’s Guide to Buying a 4WD, or what 4WD to buy when you’re only into the great outdoors and not off-roading.
Fiat thinks outside the box and comes up with a rounded-off square. Then for some reason, they go completely potty and apply it all over the new Panda. Paul Murrell looks beyond the squared-off circle (or rounded-off square) to see if the new Panda is worth the money.
The new Jeep Grand Cherokee is an impressive package and the inclusion of a 4×2 version will make it even more appealing to a wider audience. But if your heart is set on a Range Rover, you probably won’t be swayed. On the other hand, if your budget is not bottomless, there will be a Grand Cherokee that suits.
The Ford Ranger Wildtrak sits right at the top of the Ranger tree and is being marketed here and around the world as being more of a car than a work-day truck. The Ranger is a product of the ‘One Ford’ strategy and its development was led by Australians with the project based here too.
The new Honda CR-V may not exactly get the blood pumping, but by every measure it offers more of what you want and need, and less of what you don’t. It’s a conjuring trick that Honda’s designers and engineers can be proud of.