Since its inception CarExpert has featured plenty of features delving into automotive technology, history, design and esoterica.
Here are the five that garnered the most traction.
This list contains a few locally-produced oddballs, orphans and clunkers, as well as some models brought in from other GM divisions or affiliates.
Like its erstwhile rival, there are many Fords sold in Australia that didn’t set sales charts on fire, many of which these being two-door or performance models.
Holden is not the only brand General Motors has put to the sword, and these run the gamut from the beloved to a few that would do well as the jackpot question on a quiz show.
Many automotive brands have taken a long and winding road to get their current owners. We take a deep dive into all the brands and companies operating in Australia today.
Even if you’re a die-hard European luxury car fan, there’s one Japanese car you can thank for making it as good as it is.