Nissan has begun working on paint technology for a self-cleaning car that might mean the end of ever having to wash your car again.
In a Nutshell The multi-award winning Honda Odyssey is back with more safety features, a new engine and transmission, more interior room and practicality. Practical Motoring Says Styling and interior practicality updates should put the Honda Odyssey back on the shopping lists of those after a roomy seven-seater that doesn’t
BMW Australia has announced on-sale (November 2014) and pricing (from $63,900+ORC) details for the release of the BMW i3 electric vehicle.
Toyota yesterday issued a huge recall of 6.39 million vehicles worldwide for a range of issues, ranging from airbag glitches and weak seat rail springs to defective windscreen wipers.
The Tata Xenon 4×2, a recent arrival on the Australian market, has been awarded a two-star ANCAP crash safety rating due, ANCAP says, to the lack of electronic stability control.
New Car Preview: Impressive performance figures, specification and pricing means the Kia pro_cee’d GT ticks all of the right boxes.
NRMA Insurance launches interactive ‘Crashed Car Showroom’ – a safety initiative to educate Australians about car safety technology.
THE NEW SKODA OCTAVIA RS is the third-generation model to be sold in Australia, and the fastest production Octavia of all time.
More aggressive styling, fresh interior trims, retuned suspension and a new emergency stop signal feature are the headline changes for the refreshed Mitsubishi Outlander SUV.
Proton is making a concerted effort to become a major player in the Australian market. They’re not there yet, but February sales give them reason for optimism.
Hardy souls once loved the basic-but-fun Mini Moke and these days good ones are fetching big dollars, but now there’s a new Moke which aims to provide as much fun as the original.
Mercedes-Benz has made significant inroads into markets it was once never interested in. The new CLA 250 Sport4Matic is scheduled to arrive in July.
Car News: Skoda Australia has followed other European manufacturers by introducing capped price servicing across its entire range. We list all the prices.
New Mazda3 achieves five-star ANCAP safety rating, but doesn’t get unqualified endorsement, and we wonder why UK Mazda3 models get standard AEB and Aussie models don’t?
The Nissan X-Trail is one of Nissan’s best-selling models in Australia and the upgraded model launches here in March, from $27,990(+ORC).