The Seltos GT-Line packs a punch when it comes to both the spec sheet and what’s lurking under its bonnet, but is it enough to justify the price premium over the lesser Sport+?
We bid farewell to the Holden brand by taking a look back to where the Commodore nameplate started. Well, nearly, that is, as a second-iteration VC was as close to the original VB as we could get our hands on.
Built to withstand the harshest of Australian conditions, the 200 Series LandCruiser will go down as one of the all-time great off-roaders, even if it’s feeling a bit long in the tooth after 12 years on sale.
BMW’s most powerful four-cylinder engine ever fitted to a production car certainly gives the suitably hot M135i enough in the way of outright performance, but it’s unfortunately not without its dynamic shortcomings.
Positioned between the CX-3 and the CX-5, Mazda’s all-new CX-30 might look to be an unnecessary addition to its well-rounded SUV lineup, but after spending some time with it, it’s clear that it has its place in the range.
The new Range Rover Evoque might wow with its looks and funky eucalyptus interior, but lumpy driving dynamics and a whopper of a price tag present big hurdles for this new model to get over as we discovered during a day in the Barossa Valley.
Audi’s stylish new Q3 serves up a lot for the price it commands, even if a newer, more efficient engine isn’t part of the picture.
The cheapest CX-9 in the seven-seater’s range, the front-wheel drive Sport model, is nothing to turn your nose up at as we found out after a week behind the wheel.
Hyundai’s recently-updated all-electric Ioniq, the cheapest EV in Australia, has been given a new look, better technology, and, most importantly, a bigger battery providing far more range than before and giving it yet another reason why you might want to seriously consider going electric with your next car.
The Lexus RX has been given a facelift for 2020, bringing with it not just sharpened looks but extra tech and a refined ride. But is the seven-seat L model worth spending that extra bit of money on over the regular five-seater?