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01.

Lexus CT

3.5
From

$41,750

The Lexus CT200h hatch, which has been updated for 2018, differs from the rest of the Japanese luxury brand’s lineup for a number of different reasons. Let's have a look why....

02.

Toyota Corolla

4
From

$25,395

The Corolla and hybrid technology almost seem made for each other, as Richard Berry discovers...

03.

Subaru XV

3.5
From

$29,690

Subaru has always been a good fit for Australia, but can the XV keep up in a rapidly changing small SUV field?

04.

Lexus CT200H

3.5
From

$41,750

The Lexus CT200h hatch, which has been updated for 2018, differs from the rest of the Japanese luxury brand’s lineup for a number of different reasons. Let's have a look why....

05.

Hyundai Ioniq

4
From

$41,390

Hyundai's Ioniq range is nothing if not a flex in the face of Toyota.Sure, Toyota has a dominating position in the Australian market, with its well-received range of hybrid models, but what happens...

06.

Volvo XC40

4
From

$48,490

The Volvo XC40 Recharge PHEV is a part-petrol, part-electric compact SUV (with a huge interior) that will set you on the path to electrification.

07.

Toyota Prius

3.5
From

$38,365

The Prius, an eco-punk icon, now seems retro, yet it's still being built, even as it gives way to a wave of popular, affordable Toyota hybrids. Could it still be the best hybrid anyway? Let's find...

08.

Lexus UX

4
From

$44,445

Lexus has always been a brand that has shunned the millennial market. But its all-new UX SUV could change all that. Not only will it launch into one of Australia's most popular segments, but it's...

09.

Toyota Yaris

4
From

$23,740

The Yaris has long been synonymous with first-time car buyers, packing the best of Toyota into the tiniest of packages. And this new one is no different, with the brand's latest safety features, in-...

010.

Lexus UX250H

4
From

$52,025

Lexus has always been a brand that has shunned the millennial market. But its all-new UX SUV could change all that. Not only will it launch into one of Australia's most popular segments, but it's...

011.

Toyota C-HR

4
From

$30,915

The 2021 update for the Toyota C-HR is as mild as they come, with a tweak to the safety package and some small additions to the base and Koba models.

012.

Mercedes-Benz A-Class

4
From

$47,800

Meet the world’s most aerodynamically efficient passenger car. Mercedes-Benz says the drag co-efficient for this new sedan version of its fourth-generation A-Class is the lowest ever measured for a...

013.

Mini Countryman

4
From

$45,000

Andrew Chesterton road tests and reviews the new Mini Countryman Cooper, Cooper D, Cooper S and Cooper SD All4 with specs, fuel consumption and verdict at its Australian launch in Canberra.

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