It’s possibly the most anticipated car from the venerable British brand, Jaguar, of recent times, the F-Type not withstanding. Since the demise of the X-Type and S-Type, Jaguar has lacked the ability to land a punch in the smaller luxury car segment, populated by Germany’s BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Audi, plus, to a degree, Australia’s Holden […]Read More Jaguar Unleashes The XE and Updated XJ For Australia.
It’s always nice to do a back to back comparison of like models from a manufacturer. In this case, the new diesel auto Foresters from Japanese maker, Subaru, were parked in the driveway and A Wheel Thing checks out the L and S models. Powersource. Two litre engines seem to be the rage and there’s […]Read More Car Reviews: Subaru 2016 Forester L & Forester S diesel.
There’s SUV’s. There’s AWD. Then there’s Luxury. Brands once thought of as never going down the luxury SUV path, such as Jaguar, Bentley, even Lamborghini, have done so. Yet there’s one brand that spans luxury through to bare bones and offers a very diverse range to boot. A Wheel Thing looks at the lifestyle choice […]Read More Car Review: 2015 Range Rover Evoque Dynamic Coupe Si4.
Casey Stoner, two time world MotoGP Championship rider, recently visited the factory of fabled Supercar maker, Lamborghini. Based in the beautiful Sant’Agata Bolognese region, Stoner was given a private and in depth tour of the factory. Greeted by Automobili Lamborghini President and CEO, Stephan Winkelmann and Maurizio Reggiani, Board Member for Research and Development, Stoner […]Read More Raging Bull Rides With Casey Stoner.
Turbo technology has come a long way for passenger cars since SAAB popularised them back in the 1970s. Once fraught with danger, either by revving too high or having fragile components explode, they’re now safe, reliable, more fuel efficient and make driving safer and easier. However, there’s still a stigma attached to turbo charged engined […]Read More Car Review: 2016 Hyundai Sonata Premium Turbo at Drive To Survive.