Holden Equinox: strong engines and polished dynamics, so ... not a bad effort, but definitely not worth the risk. Here's why:
If your car has just gone poopy in its trousers, prematurely, well before automotive dementia is supposed to set in … here’s what you do
Coming up: What’s safer - a plastic fuel tank or a steel one? Plus - the idiot’s guide to destroying a nuclear submarine. (That sounds like fun.)
The Tesla truck - the much-hyped, as-yet unreleased, battery-powered Semi - is heavy-hauling electrified pie in the sky. Here's why:
That engine power figure you read in the specs: Where does it really come from? How is it determine? Is there any guarantee?
Using cruise control in the wet: Is this a good idea, or a good way to summon a demon from the pit of hell? I get this question a lot...
The 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is the blistering performance bargain of the decade. Here's why you should not buy it (no matter how badly you want one)
Has fuel diluted your engine oil? Is this a real thing in engines? Is it wreaking havoc? How would you even know, and what can you do?
If there's an easier way to void your factory warranty, I haven't found it - and yet an increasing number of people seem to think servicing is optional
Does premium fuel make your car go better? Is it worth running the 'good' stuff? Or are you really just pumping cash out the exhaust pipe?
Your warranty does not depend on genuine parts and authorised dealers. Aftermarket alternatives will save you cash without voiding your warranty
The all-important new-car test drive is part of every purchase decision: Don’t make these classic mistakes, if you know what's good for you.
Re-chipping, re-flashing and re-mapping your engine control ECU: Many people queue up to do it - and often it ends in tears
In these increasingly speed-obsessed times, how accurate is your car's speedo, really? What are the rules? And how can you possibly check it?
Sorento GT-Line is the $64,000 question - literally. It's both 'mainstream' and 'luxury'. Should you drop the big bucks on the fully-loaded Sorento?
When automotive engineering goes off the rails, we end up with the wrong names for vital components. Here are the 3 worst offenders
In this report: If you are on the not-so merry-go-round of DPF near-death experiences, here’s everything you need to know to save cash and stress.
If you don't know a GTM from a GCM, here's everything you need to know to get started towing a trailer in Australia
Your car is part of the Takata airbag recall. A replacement is months away. Your first instinct is to disconnect the airbags. Is this smart, or deadset dumb?
AdBlue reduces toxic diesel emissions. But can the carmaker compel you to use their own brand of AdBlue in your diesel car?
Will cargo down the back become lethal projectiles and guillotine you in a crash? Why don’t all wagons and hatches come standard with cargo barriers?
Here's what you need to know about the four different kinds of modern transmissions - including how you can most easily break them
There’s a tremendous amount of uninformed speculation about why Holden closed its factory. If you want to know the truth, keep reading
The styling is a 'love/hate' proposition - but the 1.6 turbo Kona is a Mazda CX-3 killer. No competitors go as hard as the force-fed Kona
2018 Subaru XV is better in every respect than its predecessor. One of the best compact SUVs you can buy (but not perfect). Here's the full story
Melanoma kills roughly 50% more Australians than car crashes. Can tinting help? How much UV does automotive glass block? Find out here.
The people-mover paradox: They're better at moving people (and Carnival is the best) - but they're just not sexy. Time to recalibrate?
Subaru Impreza competes against Mazda3, and it can take the fight to the new Hyundai i30. Let’s find out if it’s the right new car for you
Yes, people really are this stupid. It's quite confronting, when you think about it, but also relaxing on an otherwise stressful Friday at work...
If this doesn’t convince you of our urgent need for an independent car industry ombudsman to protect ordinary consumers - nothing will