We do a quick road test of the 2013 Nissan Micra ST-L
2012 Series II Holden Captiva 7 LX Review
It’s certainly an improvement on the Series I Captiva but it could have been better
Holden Series II Cruze Road Test
Imagine yourself sitting at a set of lights in a car that’s so new to you that you’ve only driven it for a block. The lights turn green … you depress the accelerator … and for a moment nothing happens. Then … WHAM … you’re head snaps back as you’re hurled through the speed limit […]
Commodore VE Series II SV6 Sportwagon Road Test
Holden produces a Commodore Sportwagon that we didn’t want to give back
Holden Captiva 5 – first impressions
Cruising on the motorways was good but we might have taken the Holden Captiva 5 out of its comfort zone … the driver’s seat certainly took me out of mine.
The Hyundai i30CW CRDi Road Test
Over the last month we’ve tested four different vehicles … see why this was our favorite
Hyundai Santa Fe – first impressions
Toni’s first experiences in Hyundai’s big soft-roader … I think she’s in love.
Hyundai ix35 Road Test
I didn’t want to give it back when the week’s testing was over.
Holden Berlina Sportwagon – the road test
I discover why people continue to buy the Holden Commodore.
Holden Berlina Sportwagon – first impressions
Maybe it’s no surprise that the Holden Commodore is still sells so well.
Toyota Hybrid Camry – our full road test
Our full road test of the Toyota Hybrid Camry – I liked it and she liked it too.
Hybrid Camry Road Test – Her Thoughts After Driving it For a Week
Toni tells us what she thinks of the new Toyota Hybrid Camry
We Road Test the Toyota Hybrid Camry – first impressions
High tech but definitely not bland.
Toyota Prado 3-Door – a Female View Pt2
After a week of driving the Toyota Prado I might have changed my mind … just a little.
Toyota Prado 3-Door – a Female’s View
After two days in a 3-door Toyota Prado SX I’ve already decided that it’s not for me.
Toyota Prado on Some Rough Trails
A promo video from Toyota … but they don’t want to scare people
Mitsubishi 380 – Is It Too Little and Too Late
In a world where timing is everything Mitsubishi probably couldn’t have chosen a worse time to introduce a six cylinder car to a market that is coming to grips with increased and unstable fuel prices. The situation is made even worse for the company by the fact that the company in Australia wii stand or […]