Monday, June 26, 2017


Little Lexus leave big impression

Lexus' turbocharged IS200t comes under the microscope

Highlander true to Toyota ideology

Toyota's big family-friendly wagon enters a new era

Fresh driveline for Peugeot 2008

The two-wheel-drive sport utility vehicle market is booming

Mitsubishi gives ASX a fresh face

The ASX joins a fresh range of product at the Mitsubishi stable

VW Passat sticks to proven formula

On paper, there’s a certain similarity with the mainstream cars which are coming out of Germany.

Tackle off-road tracks in a Land Cruiser 70

Toyota's Land Cruiser 70 has upped the ante in terms of safety, but it's ability off-road hasn't been compromised

Mercedes-Benz cabriolet for fun in the sun

A flick of a switch and go topless

Lexus hybrid a true touring car

Columnist Ross Kiddie found the Lexus power and economy is quite satisfying, although the concierge at a hotel struggled to figure out how to start it.

Major makeover for BMW X1

German car-maker BMW is keeping a tight grip on the sport utility vehicle market

Skope Classic 2017

From February 3-5 2017, Mike Pero Motorsport Park once again hosted the Skope Classic. This was the 26th year this event has run on the Ruapuna Circuit, starting out as the BP Alfa, then the PDL Classic and for the last 16 years as the Skope Classic. The event is acknowledged by racing fans, as one of the best classic race meetings in New Zealand, attracting competitors and cars from around the globe. This year’s Skope Classic celebrated the Diamond Jubilee of the Formula Juniors. The crowd pleasing Formula 5000’s and Historic Formula One will have any motorsport fan buzzing with excitement.