Isaac Bober’s first drive BMW X1 sDrive20i review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety and verdict.
Isaac Bober’s first drive Range Rover Sport TDV6 SE review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety and verdict. In a nutshell Until the Range Rover Sport SVR arrives, the Sport is the most sporting of Range Rover variants and just as capable off-road as the Range Rover proper. Practical
The Koup’s turbocharged engine offers plenty of grunt and the chassis is flexible enough to make it a properly comfortable car with enough agility to have a bit of fun on a twisting road.
A warmed-up version of the garden-variety Hyundai i30, the SR variant gets a bigger engine and sports-tuned suspension. The price and standard kit see it appeal in the segment.
Isaac Bober’s first drive 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety and verdict.
The seven-seat Kia Sorento is one of the better medium SUVs. it combines good looks with good driving dynamics and just enough rough road ability to satisfy all but the hardcore 4WDers.
Offering performance and practicality the new M3 is not only more powerful and yet more fuel efficient than its predecessor it also outperforms it in terms of ride and handling.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV might finally be a plug-in hybrid that actually makes sense. It’s rough road ability is intact and that it can run on pure electric power for up to 52km is impressive.
An updated version of Mitsubishi’s mid-size SUV, the 2014 Outlander boasts a new look and more kit for the money. Is it better than the Hyundai Santa Fe or Subaru’s Forester?
Priced from just $32,490 (+ORC) and offering seven-seats and a decent equipment list the Kia Rondo is the perfect compact people mover for those living in the city and only needing the third row occasionally.
Thanks to a raft of technical changes underneath its sharp creased skin, the new WRX STI is quite possibly the best one since the original hit the road back in 1999.
The Subaru WRX is better than ever … when you go for the CVT model. Forget the manual, as this CVT version will out-drive it and plenty of other more expensive performance cars. The king is back.
This is easily the best Range Rover since the release of the first one back in June 1970 which changed the world of 4WDs forever. It’s more comfortable than just about any other luxury car on the road and more capable than just about anything else off it.
Rather than try and compete with the Volkswagen Golf GTI, the Skoda Octavia RS gets most of that cars best bits, is only a smidgen slower than it, is a lot cheaper, and offers a lot more room for a family.
The new third-generation Skoda Octavia is bigger than its predecessor and just as practical as ever with a range of engines to suit all tastes.