Cars reviews

  • Peugeot 508 (2011)

    Peugeot 508 (2011)

    User Rating5.0

    Ditching awkward for stylish, the forthcoming 508 promises to be both easy on the eye and the environment. That is, if the four-wheel drive diesel Hybrid4 drivetrain makes its way down under. 4

  • Hyundai ix35 Active (2010)

    Hyundai ix35 Active (2010)

    CNET Rating7.7

    Dowdy Tucson be gone! Welcome the attractive, entry-level ix35 featuring two-wheel drive, a 2-litre engine, steering wheel audio and cruise controls, 17-inch wheels, auxiliary and USB ports, and electric driver's seat.

  • Toyota Prius i-Tech (2009 ZVW30)

    Toyota Prius i-Tech (2009 ZVW30)

    CNET Rating8.4
    User Rating9.5

    Thrifty and spacious, the Prius is the most refined hybrid we've driven thus far. Despite its impressive tech swag, including the ability to park itself, the i-Tech doesn't come cheap. 9

  • Hyundai i20 Premium (2010)

    Hyundai i20 Premium (2010)

    The new-to-Australia Yaris-sized Hyundai i20 doesn't replace the current Getz. Rather, it's a newer, more premium model that complements the Getz, for the time being.

  • BMW X3 xDrive35i (F25 2011)

    BMW X3 xDrive35i (F25 2011)

    Smoothed out and better looking than before, the next-generation X3 can be specified with plenty of tech goodies, although the internet-connected features still seem unlikely. 1

  • Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

    Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

    Not content with the title of world's second fastest production car, Bugatti is closing out production of the Veyron supercar with a Super Sport model that makes 882kW and comfortably regains its title. 1

  • Volvo V60 (2011)

    Volvo V60 (2011)

    Volvo's stylish new V60 wagon melds style with versatility and, of course, a plethora of the car maker's signature safety features, including a system that can automatically avoid pedestrian collisions.

  • Audi S5 Sportback (2010)

    Audi S5 Sportback (2010)

    Audi's A5 five-door coupe, nee hatchback, gains a sports variant. The S5 packs a standard 3-litre supercharged V6, four-wheel drive, dual-clutch transmission and the MMI entertainment/navigation system. 1

  • Toyota Camry Hybrid Luxury (2010)

    Toyota Camry Hybrid Luxury (2010)

    CNET Rating7.9
    User Rating7.2

    If you can live with the small boot and hampered load space, and do without visceral driving thrills, the Camry Hybrid rewards patient drivers with good fuel economy and large car space. 6

  • Suzuki Swift (Mark III)

    Suzuki Swift (Mark III)

    It's not due here until the first half of next year, but the new Swift looks to build on the success of the current model. In Europe it features a smaller engine, USB, climate control and 16-inch alloys.

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