September 22, 2018




2017 VW Touareg Monochrome Review

April 30, 2018 Alan Zurvas 0

VW Touareg is named after the Tuareg people in the Sahara, known for their resilience and endurance. The current (second generation) car, made in Bratislava, is due for replacement next year. It has been around […]

IronFest 2018 in the Jaguar E-Pace

April 25, 2018 Alan Zurvas 0

In this 3 part series celebrating IronFest 2018, we take the Jaguar E-Pace across the Blue Mountains to a tiny town called Lithgow just beyond. What started as a small street fete with metal workers […]

2018 Jeep Compass Trailhawk Review

April 25, 2018 Rob Fraser 0

Jeep launched their all new Jeep Compass late in 2017 to Australia. Given that the last compass was a very soft option, the addition of the Trailhawk version for the latest generation is welcomed. The […]

2018 Nissan X-Trail TL Diesel Review

April 21, 2018 Simon Lai 0

Nissan sells millions of X-Trails around the planet because it ticks many boxes for buyers, is consistently good at what it’s designed for, looks attractive and offers value for money. X-Trail is the ‘right mix’ […]

2018 Nissan Patrol Ti-L Review

April 12, 2018 Simon Lai 0

Along with the Toyota LandCruiser, the Nissan Patrol has been a staple of Australian serious off-roading enthusiasts. Both are some of the largest proper 4WDs on market – in a category of their own. This […]

2018 Peugeot 208GTi Video Review

April 7, 2018 Alan Zurvas 0

Many people don’t know this, but Peugeot is the world’s oldest car brand. Peugeot has a hard earned reputation for ride and handling. With their sporty models, that reputation extends to grace and pace. The […]

2018 Honda Civic Type R Review

April 5, 2018 Simon Lai 0

You hear that? That’s the sound of my pulse racing. It’s an undeniable reaction when you jump into a Honda Civic Type R. I mean, who doesn’t get excited at the prospect of driving a […]

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