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Auto Review: 2018 Skoda Kodiaq

IT'S a pretty good looking car, both inside and out. But it's also weird, or at least a little odd. We say that because...

Auto Review: 2018 Nissan Qashqai ST-L

YOU want small, nimble, practical, and good looking, but you also want the feeling of commanding the road in a larger car, don't you?...

Driven: 2018 Isuzu MU-X

THE days of struggling to find a capable SUV that suited family life are long gone, there's now bucket loads of them. The problem...

Driven: 2018 Isuzu D-Max

THINK great Aussie pastimes. You know the ones; a barbecue, the beach, going camping, boating or four wheel driving. Now throw in a great...

Auto Review: 2018 Nissan X-Trail ST-L

PREPARE to be whipped into a frenzy by the 2018 Nissan X-Trail ST-L. Alright, we know that's not quite true, and Nissan has pulled out all the stops to deliver you pretty much the same X-Trail as last year.

Auto Review: 2018 BMW X3 xDrive20d

BMW must have an army of people just sitting around thinking about stuff, and another room of people sitting around thinking about stuff to...

Ride On: 2018 Indian Springfield Dark Horse

[Yoda mode on] Embrace the dark side, you will [Yoda mode off]. When you first ride the 2018 Indian Springfield Dark Horse, that's exactly what will happen - it will make you believe it actually has a soul, and a dark one at that.

Auto Review: 2018 Hyundai Sonata Premium

The 2018 Hyundai Sonata Premium is all that, and a packet of crisps. The oft-overlooked mid-sized family sedan is probably the most underrated car on the market, but this new model could change everything.

Auto review: 2017 Ford Fiesta ST

DON'T let the fact that it has Fiesta in its name fool you. There’s nothing soft about the three-door Fiesta ST, and nothing to be ashamed about driving it. Don't let the 2017 model year fool you either, we'll explain that later.

Auto Review: 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander LS 4WD (petrol) & LS PHEV

YOU could easily fall into the belief that hybrids are more of a fashion statement than they are a functional car that can save you money while still delivering on performance. So what happens if you were to actually put that theory to the test.

Auto Review: 2018 Honda Accord V6L

HISTORY goes a long way in the automotive industry, and the Accord name has been associated with Japanese car maker Honda since 1976. In 2018, that name now comes with a sportier look and feel, and sleek new interior.

Auto Review: 2018 Holden Trailblazer LTZ

GETTING off-road, covering your SUV in mud and dust and dirt. That's the 4x4 life. Australian's love a bit of 4WD action, and so...

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