While 2020 was largely a year to forget for the automotive industry, it paved the way for some exciting new car releases to hit Australian shores in 2021.
With summer fast approaching and overseas travel out of the question, many of us will look to our vehicles to take us somewhere sandy and salty, or homeward bound for Christmas. But how much could that cost you at the bowser?
Every month the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) releases data on which cars and models sell the most. In years past it’s usually been a mix of Holdens, Fords, and other large sedans.
If you’re on a strict budget of less than $20,000, you’re probably going to have to buy a small or compact car - most likely a hatchback or a small SUV.
No one wants to drive a lemon. Compare reliable cars such as the Kia Rio, Lexus IS and more new cars in 2020.
Many dealers remain open to selling vehicles through virtual showrooms and contactless sales, so could now be the time to shop for a new car?
Driving a car is much safer than taking a bus or a train at the moment in terms of hygiene but how can you safely buy a car while maintaining social distancing? We look at recent changes to the car sales process.
Fully electric vehicles like Tesla’s get all the glory but it’s the hybrid cars like the Toyota Corolla that are leading the move away from fossil fuels. What do they cost and why are they so popular?
When you think of an SUV for off-roading or just for driving around the city, you might think of them as gas-guzzling giants that burn through fuel faster than you can say ‘emissions’.