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Audi A4 20 TFSI Quattro

by Barry Green ,
reviewed September 2016

When the new Mercedes-Benz C200 took out the Judges’ Choice at the 2014 Australia’s Best Cars awards, we concluded: “Apart from easily being the best in category (Medium Car Over $50,000), the C-Class is now the standard by which others will be judged.”

Fiat 500C Lounge

by Barry Green ,
reviewed September 2016
On face value, Fiat’s new 500 C (four-seater cabrio) is overpriced alongside the various hatches and sedans in the Micro segment.

Subaru Liberty 25i Premium

by Barry Green ,
reviewed September 2016
Visually, most people would be hard-pressed to tell the difference between the 2016 Subaru Liberty and its predecessor.

Citroen C4 Cactus E-HDI Exclusive

by Barry Green ,
reviewed August 2016
In an increasingly regulated and sometimes vanilla world, a point of difference can be refreshing. Cue the Cactus, as unlikely a car name as you are ever likely to hear.

Ferrari 488 GTB

by Barry Green ,
reviewed August 2016
DRIVE ANY FERRARI and it is nigh-impossible not to gush performance. But when it’s the model that trumps other Ferrari road cars, then the gush becomes a downpour.
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Peugeot 308 GTI 270

by Barry Green ,
reviewed August 2016

AFTER A 15-YEAR absence from Australia, Peugeot has launched not one, but two, 308 GTi models, the 250 and 270.

Lamborghini Huracan LP580-2

by Barry Green ,
reviewed July 2016


Lamborghini's sensational Huracan LP610-4 certainly left an indelible impression when we road tested it late last year.

Peugeot 208 Allure

by Barry Green ,
reviewed July 2016
The Allure sits mid-pack in a revamped Peugeot 208 Light hatch range that features a new, budget-conscious entry model – the Access – and a sports-focused GT-Line. The latter is positioned below the range-topping GTi.

Toyota Landcruiser Prado Kakadu

by John Ewing ,
reviewed July 2016

Toyota has updated the popular Prado range, with a new turbo-diesel powerplant the headline act. At 2.8-litres capacity, the latest diesel engine is smaller than the one it replaces.

Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLS

by John Ewing ,
reviewed June 2016

The new Pajero Sport represents a major improvement on the Challenger, which it replaces.

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