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Aston Martin Vantage 2024 review
Aston Martin says the 2024 Vantage is designed to put the brand back where it belongs. And by that, it means thrust into the same conversation as Ferrari and Lamborghini when it comes to the ultimate in driver-focused supercars.Which is why everything – and I mean everything – about this new model has been tightened, tuned or turned way the hell up in pursuit of performance.Really, it has been a no-stone-left-unturned approach here. And the result, the brand reckons, is a car that delivers not just more power and more torque, but a near-telepathic connection between car and driver, too.Well, that’s the promise anyway.So how does the Vantage stack up in the battle for supercar supremacy? I was quite looking forward to figuring that out, to be honest.[read-more-default-title]V8 petrol power to live on: Aston Martin pulls the plug on electric cars as it develops Ferrari and McLaren rivalsReplacing buttons with touchscreen menus in new car interiors "doesn't talk to the real user experience": Aston Martin design directorThe new DB: 2024 Aston Martin DB12 debuts as 'the first super tourer', but McLaren and Ferrari might want a word 
Mazda MX-5 GT RS 2024 review: snapshot
The ND MX-5 has, in the last few years, added a GT RS variant to the top of the food chain, bringing performance-focused additions to the iconic sports car.From $51,640 before on-road costs as a Roadster soft-top, or from $56,140 in retractable hard-top RF guise, the GT RS comes only in six-speed manual with the same 135kW/205Nm 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine powering the rear wheels as other variants of the MX-5.It retains the black leather heated seats and Bose nine-speaker sound system as the GT, but adds Bilstein dampers, Brembo front brakes, a bracing strut between the front suspension towers and a DSC-Track mode.[read-more-default-title]Mazda MX-5 2024 reviewMazda MX-5 GT 2024 review: snapshotThe MX-5 was rated five stars by ANCAP in 2016, but that rating has since expired. The sports car still features front and side airbags, alerts for driver attention, lane keep, blind spots or rear-cross traffic, plus brake assist, seatbelt pretensioners and side-impact door beams.The MX-5 comes with a five-year/unlimited kilometre warranty with five years of roadside assist, as well as capped servicing costs with intervals every 12 months or 15,000km, costing between $447 and $638, or an average of $544 each up to 7 years.
Mazda MX-5 2024 review
It's not often a car is elevated to 'icon' status, cars like the VW Beetle, Porsche 911, Toyota LandCruiser or Ford Mustang - but the Mazda MX-5 has quietly been the best choice for keen drivers who don't want to break the bank with a big sticker price or costly maintenance.The ND MX-5 has been around since 2015, and while it’s been praised as a return to the original, simple formula of the NA MX-5 from the late 80s and early 90s, it’s getting close to a decade old.So, a little refresh with some new tech and a mechanical tweak is here to make the roadster feel like a playful pup once more.[read-more-default-title]Mazda MX-5 GT 2024 review: snapshotMazda MX-5 GT RS 2024 review: snapshot"Unless you have renewable energy, EVs don't make sense": Is Mazda Australia falling behind the electric car curve as hybrid and EV sales pick up?And what better place to test that out than a combination of the winding roads of the Adelaide Hills wine region, paired nicely with a main course of track driving at The Bend Motorsport Park?
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