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Does the likeable big Euro liftback still impress despite its creeping age, rising price and key spec omissions due to ongoing part shortages?
The final edition of the black sheep in Hyundai’s i30 N flock is such a charmer that we’re sad to see it go.
The flagship family hauler from Korea's luxury challenger brand is dipped in excess – and it tastes very good indeed.
The base version of the updated seven-seat Kodiaq range brings more upmarket flash, if you start ticking the option boxes.
The T-Cross offers plenty of charm with signature Volkswagen flavour, but does the high-grade Style stack up well enough for its rich pricing?
Nissan’s ageing jumbo wagon mightn’t be the leanest or smartest rig on the block, but it remains one of motoring’s guiltiest pleasures.
Does the veritable veteran of the small crossover/SUV set still offer enough spark and value to deserve your attention?
The Toyota RAV4 GXL offers hybrid family hauling with a solid features list at a nice price.
Renault now offers just one car in its SUV- and van-heavy local line-up. Thankfully, the Megane R.S. Trophy remains an absolute cracker.
The basic variant is a mix of new and old, of good and not-so-great. Regardless, Aussies can’t get enough of LC300 – literally and figuratively.
For when a 3 Series sedan is too plain, BMW serves up a gourmet five-door with sporty spin, six-pot muscle and ample trimmings for grander touring.
Toyota’s sportiest crossover is no firecracker. But does this make the boldest of bold C-HR styling statements an unattractive thing?