This Car Review Is About: The 2018 model year MU-X from Isuzu. It’s a diesel fed engine range only, comes with seven seats, and two or four wheel drive across three trim levels. The vehicle tested was the near top of the range seven seater with four wheel drive called LS-U. Prices start at $50,200 […]Read More Car Review: 2018 MY Isuzu MU-X LS-U Seven Seater
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
Volvo has come a long way from the boxy look of twenty years ago. Like most other brands they’ve moved into into the SUV market with gusto and their latest, the XC40, was launched here in Australia in May. We drive the top of the range R-Design with Launch Edition packaging.It’s a similar external design […]Read More 2019 Volvo XC40 R-Design Launch Edition.
What do you do to improve your baby city car? New wheels, some exterior garnishes, additional lighting and a cool exterior colour. What don’t you do to improve your baby city car? Give it more grunt and change the gearbox is what. And that’s exactly what you’ll find with Kia’s otherwise good looking Picanto GT-Line. […]Read More 2018 Kia Picanto GT-Line.
Jeep. It’s a name that’s synonymous with unbreakable cars, uncompromising off road ability, and being uniquely American. Well, once. Any Jeep labelled TrailHawk is still uncompromising in its ability to deal with mud, snow, sand, gravel, as easily as the tarmac, but not all Jeeps are unbreakable and not all Jeeps are American. AWT had […]Read More 2018 Jeep Compass Limited Petrol.
There’s been few cars released into the automotive market that have divided opinions as much as the new 2018 Kia Stinger. Available in three trim levels and with a choice of two engines mated to the single transmission offered, an eight speed auto, the Stinger spent a fortnight with A Wheel Thing, in V6 twin […]Read More 2018 Kia Stinger Si V6 and GT-Line Turbo Four: Car Review
Revelations 2.2, Reading from the Book Of Diesel, Chapter: Mitsubishi Outlander LS AWDI had an epiphany whilst piloting Mitsubishi’s Outlander LS diesel seven seater (with safety pack) early on a Sunday morning to Kurrajong, a pretty area of the lower Blue Mountains and home to the start of the famous Bell’s Line of Road, the […]Read More Car Review: 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander LS AWD Diesel With Safety Pack
Suzuki continues to cement its position as a leader in the small car market by giving us an updated 2017 Suzuki SX-4 S-Cross. Although it sports a sort of SUV look, it’s not. It’s front wheel drive only, powered by a ripper petrol fuelled turbo four. Like it so far? A Wheel Thing does.There’s three […]Read More Car Review: 2017 Suzuki S-Cross Turbo Prestige.
Toyota adds another arrow to its Hybrid quiver with the release of the Corolla Hybrid Hatch, alongside the Camry Hybrid and Prius. It’s priced sharply, from $26990 plus ORCs and packs great value into the car thanks to borrowing features from the top of the range ZR. A Wheel Thing checks out the 2017 Toyota […]Read More 2017 Toyota Corolla Hybrid Hatch: A Wheel Thing Car Review.
Renault‘s Australian renaissance continues to build momentum, with the all new Koleos and Megane range attracting plenty of positive comment. It’s fair to say that the GT and Zen Megane cars should be on your radar, and here’s why, as A Wheel Thing drives the Renault Megane GT and Renault Megane Zen.The Megane is a […]Read More 2017 Renault Megane GT & Renault Megane Zen: A Wheel Thing Car Review.