Hyundai Ioniq

Hyundai Ioniq Review

Hyundai has launched its first electric vehicle onto the Australian market, the Ioniq. While you can also get it as a hybrid or a plug-in hybrid, Hyundai believes that the biggest sales, about 50% of the vehicles, will be the full electric models. [Read More]


Kia Picanto GT Review

Kia Picanto GT does have attitude buy it is not an excessive swagger that speaks of an exaggerated opinion. The Picanto GT is not an aggressive sports car but a perky little runabout with a sunny confidence. [Read More]

Kia Picanto

Kia Picanto headed down under to Australia

Following an extended gestation, Kia’s baby Picanto is being prepared to join the Aussie family by early next year. As with all Kia vehicles, the Picanto will benefit from the industry-leading 7-year warranty with 7-year capped price servicing and 7-year roadside assist [Read More]

2015 Toyota Corolla ZR hatch

Toyota Corolla ZR Hatch Review

When someone mentions a Toyota Corolla, the first thing that comes to mind is the perfect car for retirees. However, I was pleasantly surprised when I jumped inside the ZR Hatch and I began to see that the Corolla range really has a much wider appeal than most think. [Read More]

Kia pro_cee’d GT

Kia Pro_cee’d GT first drive Review

The Pro_cee’d GT is all about fun and it has that in bucket loads. The Pro_cee’d GT is designed not as a track car but as a sports coupe for everyday use. The unusually badged cee’d GT is a sports coupe/hatch that is aimed at those that appreciate a sporty drive rather than a pure sports car. [Read More]