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Ford Falcon XR6 Turbo Sedan (BA/BF) 2002-2008

Ford Falcon XR6 Turbo sedan (BA/BF 2002-2008)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed April 2010
Arguably, the XR6 Turbo is one of the most affordable sports sedans going and the most desirable Falcon model in this era.
Toyota Prius 2010

Toyota Prius (2010)

by Barry Green ,
reviewed April 2010
A FEBRUARY RECALL by Toyota Australia of its current model Prius hybrid is likely to impact on a vehicle struggling to win the hearts and prise open the wallets of Queenslanders.
Audi TT RS 2010

Audi TT RS (2010)

by Barry Green ,
reviewed April 2010
Audi’s new TT RS is a case of ‘back to the future’.
Ford Fiesta Econetic 1.6 2010

Ford Fiesta Econetic 1.6 (2010)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed April 2010
With the Fiesta Econetic, Ford has turned their classy light car offering into the most fuel-efficient car currently in our market. This gives it bragging rights over hybrid models including, as Ford cheekily point out in their ads, the recall-embattled Toyota Prius.
Holden Sportswagon Berlina 2010

Holden Sportswagon Berlina (2010)

by Barry Green ,
reviewed April 2010
Less is actually more with Holden’s VE 3.0-litre SIDI Sportwagon Berlina.
Suzuki Alto GL 2010

Suzuki Alto GL (2010)

by Barry Green ,
reviewed February 2010
There’s no doubting the Suzuki Alto’s fuel thriftiness.
Mazda MX-5 2010

Mazda MX-5 (2010)

by Barry Green ,
reviewed February 2010
The original Mazda MX-5 forged a reputation for balance and handling and, 21 years later, this lives on despite the latest model being the heaviest of its peerage.
Honda Civic Si 2010

Honda Civic Si (2010)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed February 2010
The Civic Si has striking body styling like the Civic Type R, which is also built at Honda’s Swindon plant in the UK.
Kia Cerato Koup 2010

Kia Cerato Koup (2010)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed February 2010
The coupe version of the Cerato, the Koup, looks the business.
Honda Odyssey 2004-2009

Honda Odyssey (2004-2009)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed February 2010
As cars go, people movers don’t quite cut it as sexy or aspirational – they are more about function and need rather than desirability.

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