Munich’s flagship mid-sized SUV demonstrates you can have your full-fat performance M cake and eat it in relative, family-friendly luxury too.
The mid-size Swedish SUV range is now all electrified, and its goodness is clearly felt in the sporty B6 R-Design variant.
Mazda’s mid-spec dual-cab 4x4 pick-up remains a fetching and mature alternative to the popular HiLux and Ranger.
High-spec versions get plenty of bells and whistles but it’s far from the sweetest spot in the current Tucson range.
The large G80 limo from Genesis gets a new (optional) sportier vibe but isn’t quite the full-monty in turbo-four form.
The LC70 Anniversary Edition marks a milestone for the tough and rustic warhorse that Aussies continue to love despite its advancing age.
The mid-sized Korean turbo six-pot sedan remains a compelling and likeable luxo-muscle package despite showing its age in a few areas.
The mid-range Carnival Si offers goodness in the right areas, including acres of space, a torquey and frugal diesel, and exceptional on-road manners.
More goodies equal more outlay – but is there enough added goodness in the pricier MY22 Santa Fe Elite V6 FWD to represent improved value?
The base variant in the RX line-up maintains many favourable Lexus hallmarks, but has it trimmed too much fat to still be considered premium?
The large leaping cat four-door is now just a single variant, a freshened spin in a consolidated package to strike bigger interest.
The mid-priced version of Kia’s entry SUV brings neat style and some nice features but only just makes do with underpowered motivation.