The LandCruiser 200 series 2015 upgrade still is the yardstick by which all other large off road 4WD’s are measured. There isn’t any need to talk about the LandCruiser’s off road ability or towing ability. Both are excellent. Having driven the GXL I am looking forward to the Sahara and actually considering buying one again. [Read More]
In December last year, Toyota unveiled an arguably overdue all-new RAV4 – improving its design, capability, safety and technology. On test recently was the top-of-the-range AWD Cruiser with 2.5L petrol engine. [Read More]
On test this week we had the opportunity to drive the somewhat sporty 1.2 e-THP Active Hatch. Peugeots are known for their quirks but the 208 has tamed these to provide a value based spritely 5 door hatch that provides comfort, style, safety and plenty of competition for the segment leaders. [Read More]
The fourth generation Sportage is better in all aspects than the previous model and that is saying something. As a mid sixed AWD SUV it is quiet, smooth to drive, has a quality spacious interior ambiance and enough design to differentiate itself from the mass offerings in the market. Definitely worth a look.
Remember that while the X4xDrive30d is technically an AWD SUV, it definitely isn’t designed for virtually any sort of off road driving. That will promote a lot of argument amongst readers I am guessing. It is ideally suited to trips to the snow with icy roads, trips to the holiday house or farm [Read More]
The appeal of the small SUV is that you still retain the stylish practicalities of a city vehicle while reaping the benefits of space the SUV design has to offer – a balance the Mitsubishi ASX has managed to achieve. [Read More]