The Cascada still looks the part, but convertibles are falling out of fashion.
The GLS seven-seat SUV isn't as new as Mercedes would like you to think. But there's no denying the quality.
Holden's revised Colorado is still tough, but now comes with a hint of sex appeal.
Meet Mercedes-AMG's reply to the Audi RS as the two carmakers continue their high-performance five-door battle.
Affordable Chevy Bolt glides through rush hour traffic with just one pedal.
The same 1750 powerplant propels the mid-engined 4C and the QV hot-hatch. David Linklater drives them both.
Incredible automated technology doesn't stop the flagship E-class being a great drive.
BMW has a new entry point for its plug-in models. The 225xe still isn't cheap, but it's pretty clever.
First China, then the world: Haval wants to become an international brand and it's NZ-bound in 2017.
Mercedes-Benz kicked off the let's give a family car a swoopier coupe-like roofline thing. Here's BMW's more compact comeback.
Octavia wagon practicality meets Golf GTI Performance Pack grunt in the new RS 230.
Woo-hoo! We drive the Japanese supercar dubbed Godzilla.
The CX-9 used to lag behind on Mazda's technology. Now it leads.
It's farewell to the best Cayman ever made. But there's another one on the way.
There are two decades of evolution in Hyundai's new Elantra. So why buy a Tucson SUV?
The most hi-tech Toyota Prius now available in NZ is actually a used car.
What happens when Fiat Chrysler's largest model meets its smallest?
We head off the beaten track in a car called Alltrack.
The phrase ''parts-bin special'' is often uttered in derogatory tones, but it's just resulted in the fine-driving Levorg wagon from Subaru.
The new petrol-electric Corolla is thrifty for sure. But it's also a quiet achiever in other ways.
Jaguar's supercharged XE gets better with every interaction. Sounds better too, reports David Linklater.
More style than substance as iconic American brand marks 75 years with a bit of bronze and orange.
Incredible design and packaging is only the start of the California's appeal.
There's one thing that really sets the Barina RS apart from its Swift Sport rival. Actually, six of them, reports David Linklater.
‘'Disruptive’' Rolls-Royce breaks the rules.
Subaru Forester presents a strong case for choosing less for the same money as an Outback.
It's the Volkswagen Golf GTI's 40th birthday. Everybody shout ''overboost!''
Kiwis no longer buy little station wagons. The new Skoda Fabia provides a great reminder of the values we're now missing out on.
There's a lot of attention of the Focus RS's Drift mode. But there's a lot more to the car than that.
Holden's new city car aims to deliver budget motoring without skimping on technology. Does it succeed in being cheap and cool?