When should you service your car?

Posted by February 14th 2019

Servicing your car often falls under the ‘I’ll get around to that another time’ category, with your wheels often too crucial on a day-to-day basis to part with. But ignore that warning light on your …

The Top Selling Cars in Australia

Posted by February 6th 2019

Buying a new car can be an exciting time, but with plenty of options on the market, it can quickly become a bit overwhelming. To help narrow down the search, the Federal Chamber of Automotive …

BMW X3 M40i 2019 Review

Posted by January 21st 2019

BMW’s latest X3 M series has just hit Aussie roads, but what do the experts think of it? Find out in this Canstar Blue review.

Car Phone Holders Compared

Posted by January 7th 2019

When you’re on the road, your trusty phone becomes more than just a tool to keep in touch with others but also your navigator and DJ. Phone mounts help secure your phone within eye sight …

Subaru extends new-car warranty to five years

Posted by January 3rd 2019

Subaru Australia has joined the bandwagon in increasing its warranty to five years across its entire new vehicle range. Following an extensive review, it’s applying the five year/unlimited kilometre warranty in line with its “Subaru do” …

Hyundai reveals Australia’s cheapest electric car

Posted by November 30th 2018

Electricity prices may be going up, but Australia has a new cheapest electric vehicle. The Hyundai Ioniq – priced at $44,990 before on-road costs – has beaten out the previous title holder, Renault, by $2,500, with …

Car Subscriptions Explained

Posted by November 19th 2018

What do Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Volvo all have in common? Well, aside from the obvious – they’re car manufacturers – they have all recently launched their own ‘car subscription’ services. What is car subscription? Car subscription services …

Peugeot 508 Review

Posted by November 7th 2018

European cars have always been a popular option for Aussie motorists, with brands like Audi, BMW and Mercedes instantly springing to mind. But drivers have more options available outside of the ‘big-three’ German manufacturers, with …

QLD drivers told to replace Takata airbags or lose registration

Posted by November 1st 2018

Motorists in Queensland who haven’t replaced faulty Takata airbags could have their vehicle registration cancelled. The Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads is expected to send out notices to 1,000-plus motorists still driving the affected …