2017 Lexus GS F Video Review

December 15, 2017 Peter Barnwell 0

The 2017 Lexus GS F is a big and beautiful beast, sadly though it doesn’t often feature on the shopping lists of luxury sedan buyers in Australia. Powered by a sweet V8 engine, the big […]

2018 Holden Equinox Video Review

December 11, 2017 Peter Barnwell 0

The Holden range for 2018 is boosted by the Australian arrival of the all-new Holden Equinox. The five-seat mid-size SUV model replaces the Captiva and is here to take on entrenched models like the Toyota RAV4, Nissan X-Trail and Mazda CX-5. I got along […]

2017 Honda Civic Type R Review

December 8, 2017 Peter Barnwell 0

There’s always a conflict when you try to put four different forces through the one axle on a car. Front wheel drives are compromised by dealing with braking, steering/cornering, suspension and power transmission all at […]

2018 Hyundai Kona Review

December 6, 2017 Peter Barnwell 0

Feelin’ Kool In A Kona Price From $24,500 It’s taken too long for Hyundai to get into the small SUV category but as they say, `it’s better late than never’ and the giant Korean manufacturer’s […]

Too Many Cars of the Year

December 5, 2017 Peter Barnwell 0

CAR OF THE YEAR JIBBER JABBER Thank god the annual Car(s) of the Year circus is over. What makes me laugh is the sycophantic nature of many awards where there isn’t one stand out car […]

2017 Honda Civic Type R Video Review

December 5, 2017 Peter Barnwell 0

The Honda Civic Type R is back and is here to breathe new life and excitement into not only Civic, but Honda in general. The multi-award winning new offering, including Top Gear’s Car of the Year, packs quite a punch – 228kW/400Nm. […]

2018 Holden Equinox Review

December 1, 2017 Peter Barnwell 0

Holden is addressing any perceived negatives by leaving the past behind and launching a swag of new models including the new five seat Equinox, small/medium SUV. It (eventually) replaces the old Korean-manufactured Captiva and gives […]