Ford’s Driving Skills for Life program last week commenced its national tour of the country for the third year running.
The 2017 Hyundai Kona is now on-sale in Australia with a drive-away price of $27,000 for the entry level Active variant.
The roadside breathalyser turns 50 in the UK this weekend but national random breath testing has only been used in Australia since 1982.
The hybrid Toyota GR HV will go on show at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month bearing a quirky H-pattern automatic transmission.
The refreshed 2018 Nissan Patrol has been announced with the entry-level Ti variant priced from $71,990+ORC.
Holden will become the Asia-Pacific hub for the roll out of GM’s OnStar car connectivity system launching here in 2019.
Bosch has launched its Safety Control System with ABS and sway mitigation, for caravans and heavy trailers and we went along to see how well it works.
Subaru Australia has launched a mobile test drive service that it claims will “remove barriers for customers”.
Following its five-star Euro NCAP rating, ANCAP has followed suit with the recently launched Range Rover Velar.
The new Range Rover Sport plug-in hybrid, badged the P400e, will go on-sale in Australia in April 2018 from $95,100+ORC.
The Ford Ranger was the best-selling vehicle across all segments in September with 4318 vehicles sold beating out rival, the Toyota HiLux.
The 2018 Volkswagen Amarok V6 has had its maximum braked towing capacity raised from 3000kg to 3500kg.
Holden has announced a limited-time offer for all Holden product sold between now and 31 December 2017 of seven-years, 175,000 kilometres warranty.
The Skoda Octavia RS 245 has been added to the local Octavia line-up… it stands out as the fastest Octavia yet and is available in Sedan and Wagon, manual and DSG.
Australians are used to petrol prices fluctuating around school holidays, but just who gets what from the price of petrol in Australia?