Isaac Bober’s 2015 Peugeot 308 GT review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and first-thoughts rating.
Almost 12 months after the Mazda2 hatch arrived in Australia, the 2015 Mazda2 sedan is now on-sale with prices starting from $14,990 (+ORC).
The 2015 Hyundai Accent has been refreshed and “reinvigorated” to fill the gap left in Hyundai’s light-car lineup by the outgoing Hyundai i20.
The 2016 Hyundai Elantra has been teased via a design sketch showing off a much sportier looking silhouette than the current car. It’ll arrive Down Under in 2016.
In what is possibly the worst kept secret, Kia Australia has finally announced the arrival of its small car the Kia Picanto.
The 2016 Suzuki Baleno has been revealed ahead of its world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
The 2015 LZ Ford Focus range will debut EcoBoost engines, improved safety, styling tweaks and specification improvements when it goes on-sale in October.
Robert Pepper’s 2015 Honda Jazz VTi review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and rating.
Mark Higgins’ first drive 2015 Mazda2 Maxx review with pricing, specs, ride and handling, safety, verdict and rating.
All-new Skoda Fabia revealed showing design inspiration from the recent Vision C show car, suggestions Fabia RS will be dropped.
The new Kia Soul shows how fast Kia is developing as a brand. The quality, fit and finish are top notch, it rides very well indeed and the boxy shape makes it ideal for young families, empty nesters, small business owners, almost everyone.
At a drive-away price of less than $20,000, Hyundai’s Accent Active certainly looks to be good value. Tony Bosworth puts the keenly-priced Korean car through its paces to see if it really does provide value-for-money motoring.
It looks like a Barina on steroids, but is the new Holden Trax small SUV really as good as its looks suggest, asks Tony Bosworth.
Other than the five-speed manual entry-level Pop, the Punto gets Fiat’s odd Dualogic transmission. The difference is considerable, and not necessarily for the better, says Paul Murrell.
Suzuki has always tended to fly under the radar. The big seller, of course, is the Swift, but over the years any car with the big S on the grille has always delivered good value for money and bullet-proof reliability. Small changes to the Suzuki SX4 make it even more appealing than ever.