Renault’s push to gain more market share in Australia is working well if the 2019 Renault Koleos Life is any standard to judge by. Model shared with Nissan (the X-Trail), the Life is the entry level model of the Koleos range. Renault have sharpened the pencil and it’s available at a driveaway cost of $29,990.Power […]Read More Car Review: 2019 Renault Koleos Life
Kia’s once large sedan contender has been overshadowed by the Stinger, itself an excellent and vastly underrated vehicle. The Optima, though, remains the hidden gem in the bigger sedan family and the updated 2019 Kia Optima Si still impresses. The test car provided comes at a cost of $33,390, paint at $595 for premium paint, […]Read More Car Review: 2019 Kia Optima Si
Lexus is undergoing a range revamp, which includes the ES 300 and 350. It’s a substantial restyle inside and a fettling of the exterior, including the “take it or leave it” spindle grille. There are seven variants including the hybrid, the Luxury, and the F Sport. A Wheel Thing samples the entry level 2019 Lexus […]Read More Car Review: 2019 Lexus ES 300h Luxury
Peugeot’s 2018 3008, an award winning vehicle, is a second generation, extensively reworked version of the 3008 and facelifts released originally in 2008, with the second generation from 2016. We test the 2019 spec Peugeot 3008 Allure, priced at just under $41K plus on road costs.Power is supplied by a torquey 1.6L petrol engine, with […]Read More Car Review: 2019 Peugeot 3008 Allure.