Honda Australia has announced the arrival of a ‘sporty’ RS grade for the HR-V as well as autonomous emergency braking standard across the entire refreshed HR-V range.
Images of the all-new 2019 Suzuki Jimny were revealed in Japan overnight with the local arm of the brand announcing the baby off-roader still isn’t confirmed for Australia.
Four-wheel drives generally have a longer model lifecycle than passenger cars, but some nameplates take this to the extreme…Here are the Top 5 Oldest Surviving 4×4 Nameplates still available on the Aussie new-car market.
The updated 2018 Ford Escape has been detailed ahead of its filtering into the local line-up, offering AEB as standard as well as Apple and Android connectivity.
From September, Australians will be able to purchase the more sporting Ford Escape ST-Line which will sit below the top-spec Titanium variant.
The Mazda CX-8 will be available in just two grades, Sport and Asaki and in both 2WD and AWD with pricing kicking off at $42,490+ORC.
The all-new Holden Commodore VXR has torque vectoring, all-wheel drive, a nine-speed auto and no rear differential…we explain how it all works and what makes the set up more clever than you think…
The performance Hyundai N brand will expand its offerings beyond N models, offering performance parts to the entire Hyundai line-up.
Kia Australia has announced it’s working on a replacement for the Proceed GT, and the 150kW Kia Cerato GT turbo should arrive Down Under next year.
The Alpine A110 will go on-sale in Australia later this year priced from $106,500+ORC in limited-edition Premiere trim, cheaper variants will arrive in 2019.