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2017 Tesla Model X P100D Review – 10 coolest features

There are not many cars on the road today that comes with the coolness and Wow factor of a Tesla Model X. Yes, subjectively, it may not be the best looking car on the road, looking more like an oversized hatch (and a slightly awkward one at that) rather than …

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2017 Mazda CX-5 Maxx Sport AWD 2.5-litre Petrol Review

Mazda’s CX-5 has been king of the mid sized SUV’s for some time now, which has presented them with the dilemma of how to update the crowd favourite without departing from a working formula. The solution comes in the form of minor improvements everywhere with no drastic alterations to the …

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2017 Toyota C-HR Koba AWD Review

There’s no question that Toyota knows how to build a solid, reliable and sensible selection of cars. You don’t become top dog in the automotive manufacturing business by taking giant risks on every new design; it’s the conservative well thought out approach that’s proven to sell. The reason behind their …

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2017 Toyota Kluger Grande AWD Review

The popular 7 seater Kluger SUV from Toyota has had a refresh for 2017 that boasts improved safety, refinement and performance. These improvements come at an increased cost throughout the three-tier range and the top spec Grande model we’re testing rolls in with a $1,831 increase on the previous year …

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2017 Holden Trax LTZ Review

The Trax is the smallest SUV in Holden’s line up complemented by its larger cousins the Captiva and Trailblazer and now sports a new look with improved features for this facelifted 2017 model. The visually redesigned Trax is massively more appealing to the eyes than the pre-update model, with the …

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2017 Audi SQ7 Review

Do we need a 320kW / 900Nm seven-seat family SUV? Probably not. Do we want one? Yes, please. Like supercars, fast crossovers don’t need to make sense. They sell on performance figures, and nevermind if they are never explored by their owners, ever. And car makers make them because, well, they …

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2017 Toyota C-HR Koba Review

Forget for a moment your preconceptions about Toyota because this, the Toyota C-HR, is unlike any other Toyotas before it. Just look at it. This is no doubt the most daring design to ever come out of the once straight-faced, cardigan wearing Japanese company. Sporting muscular wheel arches, strong rear …

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2017 Tesla Model X P100D Review

The world’s fastest SUV is not a Porsche or a Range Rover or a BMW. It’s a Tesla Model X. Like its sedan sibling, the Model S, which leaves everything but 8 supercars in the world in the dust sprinting to 100km/h, the Model X takes performance SUV to a completely …

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2017 Renault Koleos Review

It’s not often we see such a drastic shift in design from an old to a new model. And it’s all for the better in the case of the Renault Koleos. The French car maker’s mid-size SUV has gone from being one of automotive design’s least successful to one of …

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2017 Lexus RX 200t Review

Lexus offers their RX mid-size SUV range in three differing variations to cater to drivers with distinct needs, the RX 200t that we’re testing does without the All Wheel Drive system and V6 power from its bigger brothers, instead opting for 2WD and turbo performance. Can the little brother of the …

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2017 Mazda CX-9 GT AWD Review

Up until the arrival of the second generation Mazda CX-9, there wasn’t a car in the mainstream seven seater SUV segment that I would describe as beautiful. The 2017 Mazda CX-9 though, deserves that praise in every single way. I mean just look at it. The curves, the lines and …

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2017 Lexus RX 450h Review

The Lexus RX started life in 1997 as a mid-size crossover offering car-like comfort and driving attributes in a roomy high-riding body. It’s the first compact SUV in the luxury space, says Lexus. And they might be right. Excluding the Range Rover, which is much larger, there really was nothing …

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2017 Infiniti QX30 GT Premium Review

Some relationships are doomed to end in heartbreak and tears; like the one between a shiny new 20-inch alloy wheel and the kerb, while others are more amicable; like the one between Nissan – Infiniti’s parent company – and Mercedes-Benz. Since jumping into bed together in 2010, the partnership has …

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