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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.

Lexus IS

4
From

$61,500

The Lexus IS 2021 model is a major overhaul of the existing model. What's good about that? It's got a new look front and rear, is wider and longer, and has also been made to look more, well,...

03.

Lexus ES

4
From

$62,525

The Lexus ES300h is more tranquil than a stroll through a Zen garden, but is it really a challenger to Mercedes' E-Class or BMW's 5 Series?

04.

BMW 330e

4.5
From

$82,900

Is the 330e the best of both worlds?A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), it's a part-time electric car for the city and a full-time sports sedan for everywhere else.Sound familiar? BMW's been...

05.

Lexus NX300H

3.5
From

$60,500

It’s only taken nearly 15 years, but Lexus has become a fully accepted prestige brand in Australia – the NX mid-sized SUV is far and away the most popular Lexus model....

06.

Lexus RX450H

3.5
From

$92,388

Lexus has built its reputation on quality, refinement and top-shelf after-sales service. But does the hybrid version of its RX SUV bring anything new to the table?

07.

Lexus IS300H

4
From

$64,500

The Lexus IS 2021 model is a major overhaul of the existing model. What's good about that? It's got a new look front and rear, is wider and longer, and has also been made to look more, well,...

08.

Lexus ES300H

4
From

$62,525

The Lexus ES300h is more tranquil than a stroll through a Zen garden, but is it really a challenger to Mercedes' E-Class or BMW's 5 Series?

09.

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....

010.

Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class

4
From

$75,100

It's the C-Class of Mercedes-Benz's SUVs, that's right it's the GLC, and the new and improved one is here.

011.

Volvo XC40

4
From

$47,490

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.

012.

Volvo XC60

4
From

$65,690

If this was 10 years ago I’d be making jokes about Volvo drivers, IKEA and ABBA, but those those stereotypes are all irrelevant now....

013.

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...

014.

Volvo XC90

4.5
From

$90,990

Richard Berry hopes people won't hate him so much this time when he reviews a hybrid Volvo - the XC90 Recharge.

015.

Lexus UX250H

4
From

$51,520

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...

016.

Lexus RX

4
From

$73,136

Yes, SUVs are the new normal when it comes to Australian family transport, and that doesn't change as you head further up the price and prestige scale.

017.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class

4
From

$66,900

We've driven the entirely half-new Mercedes Benz C-Class - but was it fully up to our expectations?

018.

BMW X3

4
From

$70,900

BMW's X3 has never had a really quick version and now, in its third-generation, has two - the M Performance M40i the freshly-bonkers X3 M Competition

019.

BMW 3 Series

4.5
From

$69,900

Is the 330e the best of both worlds?A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), it's a part-time electric car for the city and a full-time sports sedan for everywhere else.Sound familiar? BMW's been...

020.

Lexus NX

3.5
From

$57,500

It’s only taken nearly 15 years, but Lexus has become a fully accepted prestige brand in Australia – the NX mid-sized SUV is far and away the most popular Lexus model....

021.

Mercedes-Benz A-Class

4
From

$45,000

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...

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