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Audi Cabriolet 3.2 V6 2007

Audi Cabriolet 3.2 V6 (2007)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed June 2007
Hand on heart – I took no pleasure from driving around, sunny day, roof down, in the smart Audi Cabriolet. Well, maybe a little.
BMW X3 2.5si 2007

BMW X3 2.5si (2007)

by Chris Bishop ,
reviewed June 2007
Those bullish Bavarians have eked out an existence for luxury four-wheel-drives similar in size, price and philosophy: the bestselling X5 and sibling X3.
Kia Carnival EX 2007

Kia Carnival EX (2007)

by Chris Bishop ,
reviewed May 2007
There’s no funny business about Kia’s eight-seat Carnival.
Mazda 3 MPS 5 door Hatch 2007

Mazda3 MPS 5 door Hatch (2007)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed April 2007
The MPS has benign looks for such a hot version of the Mazda 3. It’s an affordable, little rocket-ship that raises the bar for hot-hatches.
Mercedes Benz E280 CDI Elegance 2007

Mercedes-Benz E280 CDI Elegance (2007)

by Chris Bishop ,
reviewed April 2007
The ‘E’ in E Class used to stand for excellence. This compelling model from the German car-making giant was once the stuff of legend.
Honda Civic Sport 2.0 Sedan 2007

Honda Civic Sport 2.0 Sedan (2007)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed April 2007
Honda has churned out more than 16 million Civics since the first of the nameplate rolled down the road in 1972.
Kia Magentis EX-L 2.7 v6 2007

Kia Magentis EX-L 2.7 V6 (2007)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed April 2007
It’s hard to argue with the value-for-money of the Magentis EX-Luxury.
Mitsubishi Outlander 2003-2006

Mitsubishi Outlander (2003-2006)

by John Ewing ,
reviewed April 2007
Mitsubishi’s small four-wheel-drive the iO, had a modicum of off-road ability, but poor sales meant it had to be expunged in favour of Outlander.
Fiat Punto Dynamic JTD 2007

Fiat Punto Dynamic JTD (2007)

by Russell Manning ,
reviewed April 2007
Punto is the first Fiat passenger car in Australia in nearly 20 years.
Holden Statesman V6 2007

Holden Statesman V6 (2007)

by Chris Bishop ,
reviewed March 2007
Holden’s long wheelbase WM vehicles can finally compete against Europe’s finest.

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