Most cars offer native sat-nav and many offer smartphone connectivity, so do you really need a native sat-nav set-up anymore, or are you better off using your smartphone?
Nissan Australia has announced it’s introducing a five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty across its entire range, including the Nissan Leaf which goes on-sale in August.
The Labor party has announced it wants to see a rapid increase in electric vehicle ownership in Australia with 50% of all cars owned being electric by 2030, what are the other parties saying?
All cars have dashboard warning lights, but do you know what those lights are trying to tell you? We explain them here.
Ford Europe revealed its latest stunt earlier this month which involved a new Ford Ranger Wildtrak towing 15 caravans, but why and does it send the wrong message?
The special-edition Toyota Kluger Black Edition has been revealed and will be available in both 2WD and AWD variants with a $1020 premium on the regular Kluger.
The new Ford Focus has an active safety feature called Intelligent Speed Assist, read on to learn what it does, how it works, and whether you should use it.
The European Union has announced legislation that will require all new cars sold in Europe from 2022 to be fitted with automatic speed limiters, data loggers, breathalysers and more. According to legislation to be rubber stamped by the European Union in September, which has already been approved by the European
Kia has revealed two new SUV concepts at the Seoul Motor Show today, the Masterpiece Concept and Signature Concept hint at a new design direction for the brand and new models.
The entire Ford Ranger line-up, including Ranger Raptor, are now standard with active safety suite including autonomous emergency braking and more.