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A high appeal sports sedan that breaks the brand’s mould.
If folding hard-top convertibles are your thing, the Volkswagen Eos has always been the one that ticked the most boxes. With the $59,500 facelifted model, that has not changed.
Sporty Peugeots. Remember those?
Thank God New Zealander’s are starting to cotton onto the awesomeness that is the hot hatch
Here’s a statement that should perk curiosity: The FPV F6 E is the best mass-produced car Australia’s ever produced...
High-octane fun in Mitsubishi’s black beauty
Bigger, heavier, and fitted with stability control that'll counter drifting - sounds like bad news for the newest Mitsubishi Evo. But it's better, much better, than those facts suggest.
Audi left its sober-suited image behind when it released the R8, but does it drive as good as it looks?
Halleluiah, an Audi with soul...
I picked up a tall dark stranger on the Sydney flight the other day. Perhaps that's what happens when you drive an Audi TTS...
Mazda refines its radically-different coupe
Rarely lauded for its good looks, and often a compromise between practicality and performance, Subaru's Impreza has nevertheless gained a passionate following over the years
Gets the R16 treatment
Potent 207 at Geneva Show
Dodge reinvents its 1970 stunner
Aha, the golden weather’s coming to an end and widespread rain has been offering a taste of the months to come, so it’s the perfect time to talk about convertibles.
Jaguar is building a limited run of the fastest production model XK sports coupe to date.
If you have the hots for a Cobra but don’t have a spare half mil for the real thing – even supposing you can find one – there’s no alternative but to go the replica route.
Fascinating look at early days at McLaren
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