2018 Toyota Fortuner GXL Review

March 8, 2018 Rob Fraser 0

Ute based wagon variants have become very popular and yet another of these, the unfortunately named Toyota Fortuner is based on the Hilux chassis. The Fortuner GXL comes with heavy modifications to make it more […]

2018 Isuzu MU-X Review

March 7, 2018 Joel Helmes 0

As far as family vehicles go it’s really hard to go past the 2018 Isuzu MU-X for a number of reasons. Mostly, that’s because the Isuzu is an option ahead of some of its competitors […]

2018 Suzuki Swift Sport Review

March 7, 2018 Peter Barnwell 0

It’s always seemed a bit underdone compared to other offerings in the rocket powered roller skate class and on the surface, new Suzuki Swift Sport looks like maintaining the status quo. But they’re sneaky buggers […]

2018 Kia Sportage GT-Line Review

March 6, 2018 Rob Fraser 0

Kia launched the all new Sportage early in 2016 with a fresh design in a market that is becoming increasingly popular with consumers, competitive from manufacturers and homogenised by designers. The all new fourth generation […]

2018 Isuzu D-MAX Review

March 5, 2018 Joel Helmes 0

The Isuzu Ute story is one of hard work and complete commitment to a vision, it really is a great Australian success story. And it’s this vehicle, the D-MAX ute, that has forged the way […]

2018 Audi Q2 Review

March 5, 2018 Rob Fraser 0

Audi launched the Q2 into the highly competitive small compact AWD SUV premium market segment. The compact segment has seen the most growth in recent years with almost all manufacturers having an entry level model. […]

2018 Nissan Patrol Ti-L Review

March 3, 2018 Peter Barnwell 0

Nissan Patrol is an Aussie favourite… or was, but outsiders conspired to make Nissan drop its diesel Patrol because they don’t like diesels in the US or Arab states. OK for them because petrol there […]

2018 BMW X2 Launch Review

March 2, 2018 Joel Helmes 0

There’s another new crossover/small SUV available in Australia with BMW welcoming the new BMW X2. Launched this week in Canberra, the new BMW offering fills the gap in the X range between the X1 and […]

2018 Mazda BT-50 GT Review

March 1, 2018 Rob Fraser 0

Mazda developed the BT-50 alongside the Ford Ranger a few years ago and despite there being many similarities the market perceived them differently. For some strange reason the more expensive Ranger outsold the BT-50. This […]

2018 Nissan Navara Launch Review

February 28, 2018 Rob Fraser 0

Nissan first launched the all new Navara about three years ago and has just released the MY18 update with extensive updates to the handling and steering, as well as a range of technology and safety […]

2018 Toyota Prius C i-Tech Review

February 27, 2018 Peter Barnwell 0

Right now, Toyota has its environmental commitments covered with a range of hybrid vehicles, the most affordable of which is the Prius C that sells from $24,040. The more luxurious and better equipped i-Tech model […]

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