Hyundai adds an electric car to the mix.
Savic Motorcycles Cafe Racer review.
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Driving a sporty car in the wheel tracks of world champions.
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How to best help learner drivers as a supervisor.
Mark Hinchcliffe test rides the 2019 Harley-Davidson Softail FXDR.
Here’s a breakdown of what Aussies look for when buying preowned and how they modify their rides.
Racing royalty Peter Brock is still breaking records
Nissan Australia’s range of NISMO performance enhanced models have expanded with the local release of the Juke NISMO RS.
Holden fills its large SUV space with the Acadia.
A winning combination of coupé design, sedan space and wagon versatility.
Australia's Best Cars Winners for Best Large Car under $70,000 and Best Family Wagon.
Follow RACQ’s handy guide before buying another set of wheels.
Are you ready for some serious fun on not two, not four, but three wheels?
You’ll never guess how many motorists were fined in 2017.
Exclusive Italian vehicle brand, Maserati, has expanded its medium SUV Levante range.
What's new with the latest upgrade of Mazda's CX-3 Small SUV?
Australian buyers flock to Hyundai’s Tucson.
Available in Australian showrooms from October, but order books are now open.
With the release of the new seven-seat Tiguan Allspace, Volkswagen have taken the opportunity to revamp the standard wheelbase five-seat Tiguan range for MY2019.
Exclusive interview with Gold Logie winner and motor racing driver Grant Denyer.
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How will we drive and own cars in the future?
Australia's Best Cars 4x4 Dual Cab Ute Winner was the Ford Ranger XLT 3.2.
Australia's Best Cars Winners for Best Sports Cars were the Hyundai i30 N and Mercedes-AMG A 45.
Australia's Best Cars Winners for Best Medium Cars were the BMW 330i Sport Line and the Toyota Camry Ascent Hybrid.
Australia's Best Cars Micro Car Winner was the Kia Picanto S and Light Car Winner was the Mazda2 Maxx.
The Queensland Police will be bringing a fleet of 50 Kia Stingers to our roads between July and December.
TRU to the rescue