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?
Not only is the BMW X7 M50d quite possibly the most unique performance SUV around today, but it’s also one of the very best.
As the new entry-point to Hyundai ownership, and as one of the most affordable small SUVs on the market, the Venue is one of the more important cars to come about in recent years. But is it any good?
Lexus reckons its new ES can compete against its German competition a class above, but can it actually? To find out, we pitted it against the new large luxury sedan class-leader – the Audi A6.
New looks and new tech have pushed one of Mitsubishi’s most popular models in Australia, the Pajero Sport, right towards the top of its class.
To kick off 2020, BMW’s smallest and most affordable SUV, the X1, perhaps surprisingly, became its biggest seller. So are the majority of new Beemer buyers justified in opting for an untraditional front-wheel drive SUV?
While the Seltos, Kia’s long overdue small SUV, plays it safe and risks being a case of too little too late, it actually catapults itself right towards the top end of the segment pecking order.
Not only is the new Toyota HiAce an astonishing improvement over its predecessor, but it practically sets the new van benchmark as we found out when we took this automatic petrol model for a quick spin.