Holden Commodore Omega 2010 Review

Posted on February 26th, 2010

The Commodore Omega has long been seen as the budget base model brother to the rest of the range. A true fleet special used by sales reps and the Police to help make sales calls Read More

Great Wall X240 2010 Review

Posted on February 26th, 2010

As a nation China has presented the world with many great gifts. These include the compass, fireworks and Jackie Chan. But when it comes to the automotive realm China’s contributions have been limited, a fact Read More

Suzuki Alto 2010 Review

Posted on February 19th, 2010

Often being successful means playing to your natural strengths, which is why you never see 7-foot tall jockeys and likewise with 5-foot tall basketball players. For Suzuki, its strength is in small cars, it’s where Read More

Volkswagen Polo 2010 Review

Posted on February 19th, 2010

One of the best things about playing mini golf is that you get much of the pleasure of golf only condensed down into a simpler form. While the concept of mini golf works well as Read More

Subaru Outback D 2010 Review

Posted on February 12th, 2010

Across various media and product forms there are occasionally cases of an unlikely oddball gaining a cult following and then reaching major commercial success. The film that cost 300 grand to make and then grossed Read More

Toyota Aurion Sportivo 2010 Review

Posted on February 12th, 2010

The word Aurion has the ancient Latin meaning of ‘first light’ or ‘tomorrow’ and Toyota Australia had the future in mind when it developed, produced and released its large car effort back in 2006. Based Read More

BMW 335d 2009 Review

Posted on February 5th, 2010

When tough decisions need to be made it so often seems like the automotive world just isn’t a fair place. You can fit performance tyres to your car but they’ll wear out quicker. You can Read More

Kia Carnival Ltd 2010 Review

Posted on February 5th, 2010

Why would you name a motor vehicle the Carnival? Is it because when it parades down main street people stop and watch in awe? Not this Carnival. Or is it because it inspires young women Read More