This Car Review Is About: A slightly updated version of the overhauled Jeep Wrangler range that Australia received in mid 2019. That change occurred between December 2018 and early 2019 in the manufacturing process, and it was the addition of a forward facing sensor for anti-collision technology. The range itself covers the Overland in the […]Read More 2019MY Jeep Wrangler Overland: Car Review
Mid afternoon Friday 22nd November (Sydney time) and Tesla has unveiled a surprise. Called the Cybertruck it’s fair to say it’s unlike anything seen from any manufacturer, both in looks, and in specification.Tesla says: it will have a range of 500+ miles, and will see a zero to 96kph (60mph) time of around 2.9 seconds. […]Read More Tesla Cybertruck Revealed.
This Car Review Is About: A slight revamped version, for 2020’s Model Year, of the top of the tree Exceed from the oddly proportioned and oddly named Eclipse Cross. The range itself had minor updates, such as the LS gaining the S-AWC, or Super All Wheel Control, drive system. The Exceed has some trim changes, […]Read More 2020 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Exceed AWD: Car Review
BMW has pulled off a bit of a coup. Not content with aiming to win one Car of the Year award, they’ve achieved a rare double by having two cars named as COTY winners in different categories. Their X5 and 330i sedan have been nominated by Drive as the winners of Large Luxury SUV of […]Read More BMW Takes Two Crowns: Best Large Luxury SUV and Best Medium Luxury Car.
Toyota has released details of the forthcoming Corolla sedan. Due to be released by the end of November, the range and pricing is as follows. Ascent Sport petrol manual: $23,335, Ascent Sport petrol CVT: $24,835, Ascent Sport hybrid CVT: $26,335, SX petrol CVT: $28,235, SX hybrid CVT: $29,735, and the ZR petrol CVT: $33,635. All […]Read More 2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan Is Here.
Nissan’s long-running competitor to the Land Cruiser, the Patrol, has been given a substantial makeover for the 2020 specification. Available to order through Nissan dealerships now, in a two model range, it’s priced from $75,990 (plus ORC) for the Nissan Patrol Ti, and the Ti-L is from $91,990 (plus ORC). The exterior has been revised […]Read More 2020 Nissan Patrol: The Big Machine Gets A Makeover.
This Car Review Is About: The now entry level model to a realigned in 2019 Stinger range. There is the 200S, the same 2.0L engine in GT-Line spec, them two mainstream 3.3L V6 models called 330S and GT, and a limited edition. The 200S features a mildly restyled interior and exterior to differentiate it from […]Read More Car Review: 2020 Kia Stinger 200S
This Car Review Is About: The 2019 specification Nissan Pathfinder ST. It’s the entry level version to the second biggest passenger oriented car in their range. The vehicle provided was fitted with seven seats across three rows and that’s standard fitment.How Much Does It Cost?: The Nissan website has the ST 4×2 as starting from […]Read More 2019 Nissan Pathfinder ST 7 Seater: Car Review
This Car Review Is About: The latest version of Hyundai’s long running Elantra, formerly Lantra, nameplate. It’s a small mid-sizer sedan and recently was given a mild facelift. It’s a sister car to the Kia Cerato and comes in a four tier, two engine, manual or DCT auto range. The range consists of Go, Active, […]Read More 2019 Hyundai Elantra Sport: Car Review.
This Car Review Is About: The 2019/2020 Tesla Model 3. In August 2019 Tesla Australia released the Model 3 for local consumption. It’s a pared back Model S, in the sense that there’s a strong family resemblance to the sedan, however some of the features are deliberately lower key. That doesn’t mean that they’re of […]Read More Tesla Model 3 Standard Plus: Car Review.