Car manufacturers build their reputation on certain styles, designs and philosophies. Can they, should they, ever betray those principles? BMW has spent decades telling the world rear wheel drive is best. Now there’s the front-drive X1. Subaru is adamant all wheel drive is the way to go. Except for their
The Land Rover Heritage Driving Experience is now open for business, giving punters the chance to drive everything from the Series I onwards.
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The 2015 Mitsubishi ASX has been refreshed with some very mild cosmetic tweaks to keep it competitive with new players, like Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V.
The 2016 Mitsubishi Challenger has been revealed in patent filings which reveal it won’t share the new Triton’s front end.
Ford has ended its vagueness about the output of the V8 in the 2015 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang and GT350R Mustang, revealing it’ll make 392kW and 580Nm.
The 2015 Honda Civic Type R will arrive in European dealerships from July, but locally there’s still no confirmation the hot hatch will come to Australia.
Motoring journalists get to travel the world testing cars, and while we all have pet cars, what you think of as bias in motoring journalism probably isn’t.
The Hyundai Creta, the company’s first sub-compact SUV will launch in India first in late-2015, although whether the CX-3-sized SUV will make it to Australia remains to be seen.
The 2015 Kia Sorento which is being launched this week has scored a 5 star ANCAP rating in crash testing.