Kia‘s evergreen slightly bigger than small car, the Rio, has had a mild revamp inside and out for 2018. LED DRLs, digital radio, a reprofiled front bar are the obvious changes. And priced from $22,990 RRP plus $520 for premium paint, it’s not a bank buster either.It’s the solid, trusty, dependable 1.4L MPI petrol engine […]Read More 2018 Kia Rio SLi: Car Review.
It’s fair to say that the Chinese company Haval doesn’t have a widely known presence in Australia. There’s some advertising on TV in early 2018 to let people know of the four model range, including the H2. It’s not unhandsome to look at, not bad to be in, and is well priced and equipped. But […]Read More 2018 Haval H2: Car Review.
The SUV market in Australia has exploded in recent years, with small, medium and large variants available. The looks have improved, build quality has skyrocketd and the feature lists have grown. Hyundai has had fingers in the SUV pie for a while now, starting off with the Santa Fe and Tucson, which has morphed into […]Read More Hy-Rider: Hyundai ix35.
The small/medium market for cars in Australia is a fairly crowded one and Holden has always had a player, be it native or sourced from overseas, to vary degrees of success. The Holden Cruze is part of a global family, as most car people would know. A great example is the steering wheel, looking as […]Read More Double Trouble – Cruze wagon vs Cruze Hatch.