Does size really matter anymore? Or do Kilowatts and Newton Metres tell us more about the MY21 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport? Ok, so I’m not an offroader or someone who tows something heavy. I can’t imagine swapping my seat in an aeroplane for the driver’s seat in a 4wd to visit
In all honesty, I don’t think there’s a bad car sold in the Australian car market – there certainly were some, but the current crop in 2020 is arguably as good a bunch as I’ve ever seen. So I was pretty pleased to jump into the MY21 Isuzu D-Max X-Terrain
What does Hyundai say? “The Kona Electric is electric in every sense. A zero-emissions SUV that delivers instant acceleration, over a staggering 400Km[R1] range on a single charge and is packed with smart safety features”. As Australia’s first 100% electric small SUV, we share your excitement in owning one. What is
New Nissan Qashqai: electrified powertrains accelerate Europe’s best-selling crossover into the future I’m slowly coming around to the electrification of the worlds car fleet. Hi, Bob Aldons, The Car Guy with breaking news of the 2022 Nissan Qashqai EV, announced yesterday in France. I’m currently driving a Hyundai Kona EV and have enjoyed
2022 Volkswagen Golf R Will Drift into Your Dreams with 235Kw Is a classic hot hatch formula complete with a six-speed manual is worth waiting for? I’ve converted the US horsepower and torque numbers into “Australian’ specifications for this read into the 2022 VW Golf R 2022 Volkswagen Golf R
Hot new Hyundai KONA N SUV joins growing line-up of high-performance models There’s no doubt that Korean car manufacturer is taking it up to the Japanese and Europeans. Hyundai’s first performance model, i30 N is a stonker of a car and track approved unlike most other hot hatches. And 2021
Limited-edition 100th Anniversary model headlines segment-leading Mazda CX-3 updates for 2021 There’s one thing that most manufacturers do very well and that is to slip a ‘limited edition’ into their lineup from time to time. Too many and it denigrates the brand, a limited few helps to lift the brand
Kia’s new Carnival keeps the legend alive Kia’s large people mover has come a very long way from the model which launched in the segment over 20 years ago. In fact, I’m looking forward to testing the MY21 Kia Carnival in the next few weeks and follows is the press
Undoubtedly, there’s a lot of competition in most segments of the Australia car business, but three of the brands make up over 60% of the small passenger market by sales. And Hyundai with the Hyundai i30 is in a very strong second place Hyundai has done exceptionally well with the
New MY21 Nissan Navara: pricing and specification revealed The new MY21 Nissan Navara PRO-4X grade available from $59,790 drive-away Popular Dual Cab ST-X model starts from $55,790 drive-awayMY21 Nissan Navara range set to begin from $32,990 drive-awayAdvanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility safety confirmed across all variantsMinimum one-tonne payload2 performance across new Dual Cab
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