Utes are now just as popular for offroad touring as wagons, but how best to set one up? OVER THE LAST ten years the ute has come a long way with massively improved safety, on and offroad performance as well as convenience features. Many 4WD shops now work on more
The Suzuki Vitara is a small SUV with a big history. Follow our weekly updates as we test our 2016 Vitara RT-S over the next three months.
Safety before speed, and how a harness bar helps. Many people think that the first modifications a car needs for the racetrack involve more power. Wrong, completely wrong. The priority for just about all roadcars – Porsche and Lotus tend to be honourable exceptions – is definitely brakes. Specifically, track/street brake
The Toyota Camry has been Australia’s best-selling medium car for 22 years. Follow our weekly updates on life with the 2016 Toyota Camry Atara SX.
The automatic Toyota 86 / Subaru BRZ. More than just an easy drive. We continue with our occasional updates on life with a Toyota 86.
The Toyota 86 is one of the few cars designed for motorsports as opposed to just look the part. Three years on, we have a verdict.
The Toyota Corolla is undoubtedly Australia’s best-selling car. Follow our weekly updates on life with the 2015 Toyota Corolla ZR review.
The Hyundai i30 has become one of Australia’s top-selling vehicles. We’ll find the secrets of its success on our long-term test of the 2015 Hyundai i30.
Broken 86. Fixed 86. I was there, but I didn’t see it. Busy replying to a post on the Practical Motoring Facebook page, the first I knew of the accident was the jolt. Not a huge hit, but you can see the damage well enough. Mrs P was driving, and
The Mitsubishi Pajero is one of the best-known nameplates in all of motoringdom, but what’s it like to live with? Read our weekly reports on life with the 2015 Mitsubishi Pajero Exceed Di-D.
The Santa Fe is one of the country’s most popular SUVs, but what’s it like to live with? Read our weekly reports on the 2015 Hyundai Santa Fe Highlander.
I think I’ve spent enough times extolling the virtues of the 86, so let’s look at the negatives. Life with the Toyota 86.
if you’re going to enjoy any car you need to trust it. You need to be able to rely on the car to be there when you need it. Otherwise, plans go awry, people get let down, things don’t get done. Reliability first, fun second. As my Toyota
We say goodbye to our long-term Subaru XV 2.0i-S, an SUV big enough for the family yet small enough that you won’t feel like you’re driving a tank.
Out of sight, out of mind… Fitting an ISOFIX childseat to the Subaru XV revealed a small fit and finish miss. Am I being too picky?