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4. Chevy Trailblazer
5. Isuzu MU-X

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The Suzuki Ignis is back from the dead after a decade-long absence, the latest in the brand’s growing line of reborn ’90s nameplates including the Vitara and Baleno. Moreover, it’s affixed to one of the most intrinsically likeable cars you can buy.

Like the old version – which in retrospect was ahead of its time and was more or less the same size – the 2017 Ignis is a tiny urban runabout with the stance and space of a small crossover. Indeed, Suzuki wants you to consider it the market’s first true ‘light SUV’.

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Ex Military Humvee Hummer Mini Review

In this episode, we were fortunate enough to get a chance to review our first car, and what an amazing first car to review! We do a mini review of a Humvee Hummer, which is a genuine ex army car. The car was imported from America to Australia, and had lots of the bullet proof parts replaced for fibreglass parts. It had the interior completely redone in new carpet and leather seats, and all of the guns removed 🙁

We started the day with some lunch, and then went straight to the Hummer.

Unfortunately we didn’t drive the car ourselves, it was far too hard to drive, and we didn’t want to mess anything up.

Thanks heaps to Chad for letting us take out his car for the day. He is an electrician, so if you need some work done, get it from him, as a thanks for letting us use his car.

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Matt Wood takes the Iveco Daily 4×4 for a test drive.

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The 2015 Lotus Elise S Club Racer is currently the fastest and most powerful Elise you can buy in Australia, and it’s purpose built for the track, which is where we’re heading today… we’ve just go to get through the city first.

The Lotus Elise is famous for its agility and supercar-rivalling performance. Unfortunately, it’s also notoriously difficult to get in to.

Now, you’ve got to swing one leg in first, then your bum, then your other leg. Let’s see how this goes… Well that wasn’t too bad actually.

Inside, well, ‘basic’ is putting it lightly (pardon the pun). There’s lots of hard, scratchy plastic surfaces, a four-speaker Alpine stereo, there’s no glove box and there’s not really an ideal place to put your phone.

There is a plastic cut-out and a cargo net behind the seats but frankly, there’s not a lot going on in here. But it’s a Lotus, and that’s kind of the whole point.

On the driver’s right-hand side sitting right next to their knee, the key still sits in an ignition barrel, even though now, there’s an engine start button.

First launched back in 1996, the Lotus Elise has long been respected as a brilliant bit of kit – on track that is. On the road, things are less positive.

It’s stiff, bumpy and very loud in here. Vision out isn’t great and it feels properly small on the road – even city cars feel like SUVs when you’re driving this thing.

The seat is hard and mostly uncomfortable and the only thing heavier than the clutch is the unassisted steering, particularly at low speeds. I just hope we have a bit more fun on the track…

Oh thank god, we are here.

Now, rather than putting a big engine into a heavy chassis, the clever Brits at Lotus have always followed the ideology of ‘adding lightness’. That means back here, there’s a 1.8-litre four-cylinder Toyota engine. Supercharged for good measure, it puts out 162kW and 250Nm. There’s also room back there for 112 litres of storage space.

All that power gets sent straight to the rear wheels via a ‘proper’ six-speed manual transmission.

Now, let’s get out there…

Now, the Lotus Elise has always been a pommy kit car offering supercar performance for less than supercar coin. And while $84,990 is still a fair amount of buck, it is hard to argue with this sort of bang.

The little Lotus will do 0-100km/h in 4.6 seconds and pretty much anything else you ask it to do.

It is so sharp and so responsive. The engine’s punchy and picks up. You can hear the supercharger doing its thing in the back as well.

There’s loads of grip, but its still got enough power that you can just have a little bit of fun, get a little bit of angle if you want it, which is always a good thing.

It’s not shy of a top speed but those brakes are nice and solid underfoot. And it just sits so flat through the corners. It is an absolute blast this thing.

The Lotus Elise S Club Racer is not the ideal car for families – it doesn’t have fold-down rear seats. Well, it doesn’t have rear seats at all. It’s not the most comfortable or practical thing either. But out here on track, it is in its element, and little of that stuff matters.

If everyday track-day excitement is what you’re after, then frankly, there are few cars better.

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http://www.caradvice.com.au/423428/2016-mercedes-benz-e-class-review/?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=YT_DESC – Read the article here.

The all-new 10th generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class has arrived and brings not only a sharp new look and range of efficient engines, but a staggering array of technology that may cement the new Mercedes as the most advanced passenger car on the road.

We drive the E300 – a 2-litre turbocharged petrol engine with 180kW and 370Nm. It isn’t the most powerful engine in the range but it pulls well and handles urban and highway cruising duties well.

All models in the new E-Class line up receive the 9G-Tronic 9-speed automatic transmission.

The new E-Class features a wide -screen high-resolution digital dashboard which can be controlled by thumb pads on the steering wheel. The car has a semi-autonomous driving mode and a host of accident avoidance awareness technology.

The new 2016 E-Class will land in Australia in mid-2016 and we can’t wait to get a closer look at the new Mercedes on local soil.

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The all-new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifolglio isn’t just Alfa’s new halo car, but the culmination of a multi-billion dollar investment to relaunch the storied Italian carmaker.

Key attributes of the Alfa brand have always been style, handling and performance, and the Quadrifoglio has all three well and truly covered.

Underpinned by a new lightweight rear-wheel drive architecture packing a 2.9-litre twin-turbocharged V6 petrol engine developing a big-league output of 375kW of power and 600Nm of torque – significantly up on the rival BMW M3.

Performance is scintillating. Alfa claims a 0-100km/h sprint time of 3.9 seconds, and back to zero in 32 metres when equipped with carbon ceramic brakes. Tope speed is said to be north of 305km/h.

That investment shows, too. The high-powered Giulia Quadrifoglio boasts its fare share of exotic materials and performance-enhancing technology.

The chassis is a combination of aluminium and steel, while the standard 19-inch alloy wheels are adjoined by a double wishbone suspension up front and a multilink system at the rear – most of which is aluminium. There’s more of the lightweight metal used for the guards and doors, but the roof and bonnet are fashioned from carbon-fibre.

The Quadrifoglio tips the scales at a rival-crushing weight of just 1524 kilograms. By way of comparison, the M3 with dual-clutch transmission weighs 1560kg, while the Mercedes-AMG 63S weighs in at a hefty 1800kg.

You’re probably curious as to why Alfa opted for a torque-converter automatic gearbox over a dual-clutch unit. Apparently, there wasn’t an appropriate transmission available, which coincided with the Giulia’s development schedule. Nonetheless, the engineers at Alfa’s historic proving grounds at Balocco, where we’ve come to put this car through it’s paces, announce confidently that “you will see its very good.”

They’re not kidding. I’ve dialled up the Race setting on on the Giulia’s rotary drive mode selector, and I’m punching it through the gears down the fastest section of this facility.

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http://www.caradvice.com.au/331276/?yt_desc – Read the article here. Australia’s best selling SUV has just been updated – this is the 2015 Mazda CX-5. While it may not look too different…

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Tegan Lawson heads off on a 1500km road trip across three countries in the 2015 Peugeot 308 at it’s Australian launch in France.

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