Why do cars need to be serviced so often if the owner isn’t hitting the service interval mileage?
The idea of retrofitting a new car’s system to an older model comes up from time to time, and on this occasion it’s the Toyota 86.
We get a lot of questions on tyres which is no surprise as they’re important and wear out quickly. Here’s another question about uneven wear.
The Subaru Outback is a great car, but there comes a time when something more capable is needed, and this reader is leaning towards the Holden Trailblazer.
Two more readers want help selecting a tow car, one is looking to tow a boat and the other can’t decide between Pajero and Pajero Sport…
Bodywork scratches go hand-in-hand with offroading in wooded areas, but there are ways to reduce bush pinstripes…
What is a recovery point and does the Toyota Fortuner have one?
Has modern tyre technology made spare tyres redundant, or is it still important to carry a full-sized spare for country driving?
A reader wonders about torque, power and weight and why car companies always talk about horsepower per kilogram…
This reader is looking for a seven-seat SUV that’ll handle sand driving and come in at less than $25k.
Wheels and tyres are one of the most common modifications made to 4x4s, and one Ford Everest Titanium owner has been told he can’t fit smaller wheels to it, only bigger…
A reader wants help determining the correct tyre pressures for their toyota LandCruiser 200 Series when driving on-road and in sand.
Two readers write in for help choosing between Land Rover Discovery 4, Defender and LandCruiser 76 Series… We try to help them choose the right 4WD.
Do you go with a manuafacturer-authorised service centre or your local mechanic? Here’s one reader’s experience with his 2006 Toyota HiLux.