As automatics, DSGs and CVTs get smarter is there still a place for the manual gearbox in sportscars? We grabbed two WRXs, one manual and the other with a CVT, to find out.
Isaac Bober’s launch-based 2016 Jaguar F-Pace review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score.
Robert Pepper’s 2016 Suzuki Swift Sport review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and rating.
The much-loved Toyota 70 Series will have its life prolonged with a suite of modern electronic driving aids. Toyota previously announced the 70 would get some safety upgrades, and now they have been more specific. All the 70 variants – single and double cab utes, the wagon and troop carrier
The Internet has struck again with a leaked image of the Renault Alaskan ute making its way onto the web overnight.
Mazda’s fourth-generation MX-5 is the first to score a 5-star safety rating and the highest pedestrian rating for a vehicle tested in Australia…
The refreshed 2017 Holden Colorado has been teased in Brazil overnight. It’ll be here later this year. Should you wait?
Motorexpo 2016 is a mixed show for people that enjoy cars, boats and bikes. It’s on in Melbourne right now and we went and had a look around.
Following the reveal of the new E-Class at Geneva last week, the Mercedes-AMG E 43 has broken cover boasting 295kW and 520Nm.
Robert Pepper’s 2016 HAVAL H9 review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and rating.
A reader isn’t sure what else could match his Land Rover Discovery… Ford Everest? We offer some advice.
Changes to car import laws will come into play in 2018 , but despite the automotive industry’s hue and cry most car buyers won’t care.
Pedestrian airbags are now a reality and it’s looking likely external airbags will be developed to deploy moments before a side-impact collision to keep occupants safer.
The Government has announced significant changes to the Motor Vehicle Standards Act allowing the personal import of up to 30,000 new vehicles a year. But not everyone is happy.
The MX-5, Toyota 86 and Ford Mustang are all rear-drive sportscars you don’t need, but want. So, Which one should you choose?