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New car review: 2015 Ford Ranger Mark II XLT

There is far more substance to the updated Ford Ranger than just a blunter, snubbier nose.

In fact, think of that new snout as a billboard announcing the raft of changes under the skin that actually make the new Ranger a safer and more user friendly ute.

The Mark II Ranger now looks even tougher than its predecessor, which was already a bold design and well suited to the twin-cab ute market sector.

New car review: 2015 Mazda MX-5

More than a quarter of a century ago, Mazda reinvented the traditional affordable sports car with the first MX-5.

Now, Mazda has gone and reinvented that car, and we’ve just driven it.


New car review: 2015 Honda HR-V

In February 2015, Honda resurrected a nameplate Australians hadn’t seen since 2001.

With a rash of new and updated small SUVs being launched in the market in early 2015, the new Honda HR-V didn’t arrive a moment too soon.

Hyundai Genesis at DTEC

Last month we had an exciting day at RAC DTEC, with the Hyundai team coming out to the track for the day to test the new Hyundai Genesis.

Andy McLeod, RAC DTEC’s training team leader, was given the opportunity to assist Hyundai on the day. He has delivered driver training to a vast range of companies but never Hyundai and never experienced such a radical step up for a company.

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New car review: 2015 Mercedes-Benz C250 BlueTEC

If you’re fortunate enough to be in the market for a new Mercedes-Benz, there’s a good chance this would be it.

It’s the new C-Class, and it’s the most popular model in the Mercedes range. In 2014, Western Australians bought 561 C-Classes, being a mixture of the old model and this new one.