After driving the Subaru XV off-road last week I’ve been left wondering whether I should get some vinyl wrap to keep it safe from scratches. Welcome to week 6.
Lexus has begun production of its NX SUV and crowed about the green credentials of its NX 300h model – deliveries begin in October.
This week we took our 2014 Subaru XV 2.0i-S out into the bush and got it properly muddy – and it’s left us wanting to push it even harder off road. Welcome to week 4.
Ford today launched its new medium SUV, the Ford Edge, which will go on-sale in more than 100 markets from 2015 and replace the Ford Territory from 2016.
An updated version of Mitsubishi’s mid-size SUV, the 2014 Outlander boasts a new look and more kit for the money. Is it better than the Hyundai Santa Fe or Subaru’s Forester?
Kia Motors Australia has revealed engine and gearbox upgrades for its 2014 Kia Sportage, and announced a new Si Premium model.
The Wörthersee GTI event is the event that keeps on giving. In addition to a swag of one-off concepts, the VW Group has shown off the Q3 camping tent.
The Lexus NX SUV will include a number of technical innovations for the Lexus brand when it launches here in October.
Bentley has released a teaser video of the SUV it plans to introduce in 2016 – the video hints at a more curvaceous shape to the one the EXP-9 concept wore.
More aggressive styling, fresh interior trims, retuned suspension and a new emergency stop signal feature are the headline changes for the refreshed Mitsubishi Outlander SUV.
The Nissan X-Trail is one of Nissan’s best-selling models in Australia and the upgraded model launches here in March, from $27,990(+ORC).
The Hyundai ix35 has always been great value, and most buyers were willing to overlook its shortcomings. With the Series II Hyundai has addressed these and made it an even better buy for families.
The Toyota RAV4 pioneered the compact SUV segment and it’s been the best-selling model in the segment since its debut in 1994, having notched up almost 200,000 sales since then.
the Audi Q3 is a very impressive entrant into the premium small SUV segment, and one that makes the BMW X1 look awkward. Not quite as cool or capable as the Range Rover Evoque, the Q3 is cheaper and pretty good on a dirt road.
The bizarrely named, and refreshed, Nissan Qashqai – better known as the Dualis in Australia – has just been launched overseas, and it’s headed Down-Under next year.