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Mini Cooper D Countryman

by Barry Green ,
reviewed October 2017
The shape is unmistakably MINI, but the size suggests the name ‘Maxi’ might be more appropriate. Such is Countryman, the Sports Activity Vehicle model among the MINI range.
Mazda 2

Mazda2 Maxx Hatch

by Barry Green ,
reviewed August 2017
In the first major update to the Mazda2 since the current generation’s 2014 launch, Mazda has expanded both the hatchback and sedan ranges.
Kia Rio Si

Kia Rio Si

by John Ewing ,
reviewed August 2017
The new fourth-generation Rio is a decent package and, in most respects, an improvement over its predecessor.
Lamborghini Aventador S

Lamborghini Aventador S

by Barry Green ,
reviewed July 2017

It was a case of courses for horses with Lamborghini choosing the fast, flowing Phillip Island grand prix circuit as the venue for the Australasian launch of its Aventador S.

 

BMW 230i Coupe

BMW 230i Coupe

by John Ewing ,
reviewed June 2017

The 230i Coupe's more powerful sibling, the M240i Coupe, won the prestigious Sports Cars $50,000-$100,000 category in the recent Australia’s Best Cars awards.

Kia Optima GT

Kia Optima GT

by John Ewing ,
reviewed June 2017
We are looking forward to driving the 272kW, 3.3-litre twin-turbo V6 rear-wheel-drive Kia Stinger when it arrives here at the end of the year.
Mazda MX-5 RF

Mazda MX-5 RF

by Barry Green ,
reviewed June 2017
Mazda has added a retractable fastback to its celebrated MX-5 sports car range, designated appropriately and simply ‘RF’.
Mazda 6 Atenza

Mazda6 Atenza Sedan

by John Ewing ,
reviewed May 2017
There are many talented offerings in the mid-size car class and certainly one of the benchmarks is the popular Mazda 6.


Hyundai Tucson SE30

Hyundai Tucson 30 Special Edition

by Barry Green ,
reviewed May 2017


Hyundai has marked 30 years since its entry into the Australian market with 300 Special Edition versions each of its popular Tucson and Santa Fe Series II SUVs.
Audi RS6 Performance

Audi RS6 Avant Performance

by Barry Green ,
reviewed May 2017
A decade ago, Audi’s approach to building a space shuttle was to drop the V10 engine from the Lamborghini Gallardo supercar into an A6 station wagon, add twin turbochargers and other modifications and badge it as an RS6 Avant.