February 23, 2018




2018 Lexus RX L Launch Review

February 23, 2018 Joel Helmes

Lexus has stretched its enormously successful Lexus RX SUV to accommodate third-row seats and a seven-seat capacity in the just arrived Lexus RX L. Launched this week, the Lexus offering joins a fairly short list […]

2018 Nissan X-Trail ST-L Review

February 16, 2018 Simon Lai

I recently drove the Nissan X-Trail ST-L and the Honda CR-V VTi-L and I thought it was worth taking a look at these two mid-size SUVs with seven seats. This version of the X-Trail is […]

2018 Peugeot 5008 Launch Review

February 7, 2018 Joel Helmes

Peugeot dealerships in Australia now have an all-new mid-size SUV to offer Aussie buyers – the 2018 Peugeot 5008. You might remember the 5008 (five-thousand and eight) as a people-mover (or MPV), the model is […]

2018 BMW X3 XDrive20d Review

February 4, 2018 Rob Fraser

The booming mid-size premium AWD SUV segment is full of a diverse array of offerings from almost all manufacturers and honing that selection down to just a few that suit your needs is a difficult […]

2018 Toyota RAV4 GXL Review

January 31, 2018 Joel Helmes

Take a look around and you’ll notice just how many Toyota RAV4s are getting about…they’re everywhere! And for good reason too, the RAV4 (and Suzuki Vitara) forged the way and created the now booming SUV […]

2018 Renault Koleos Intens 4WD Review

January 18, 2018 Simon Lai

After becoming a dad, my perspective on cars and reviewing their features and functionality has changed somewhat. Less is it about fun, cool tech and performance and more focused on practicality, space and ISOFIX ports. […]

2018 Holden Equinox Review

January 16, 2018 Peter Barnwell

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 Holden […]

2018 Nissan X-Trail ST-L Review

December 30, 2017 Joel Helmes

The Nissan X-Trail is a very common sight on Australian roads and that’s for good reason, it’s an SUV that does pretty much everything right. Priced from $27,990, the X-Trail fits neatly between the smaller […]