2017 Nissan 370z NISMO Video Review

2017 Nissan 370z NISMO Video Review

It has been around for 9 years, but it still looks good. Even so, in car terms, 9 years is an ion. Read the full review here. The 19” forged RAYS alloy wheels look apocalyptic and angry, and exotic materials like carbon fibre are used in construction. The driveshaft is all carbon fibre. Nissan’s Nismo … Continue reading 2017 Nissan 370z NISMO Video Review

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2018 Peugeot 5008 Video We drove the 5008 SUV and optional E Kick electric scooter in the Blue Mountains recently. The Australian launch introduced new MD, Anouk Poelmann (pronounced Pullman), as well as the new an innovative “last mile” E Kick scooter. 5008 (five thousand and eight) SUV has a raft of inclusions including: Satnav, … Continue reading

The VW Golf GTi Original Review

The VW Golf GTi Original Review

Volkswagen is doing their bit to try and keep alive some of the earlier aspects of motoring, from the era that they kicked off with their first Golf GTI.  In Australia they have launched a model they call their Golf GTI Original. The first VW Golf appeared in 1974 and their first GTi hot hatch … Continue reading The VW Golf GTi Original Review

12 things you Didn’t know about the 2018 ZB Commodore

12 things you Didn’t know about the 2018 ZB Commodore

1: Commodore is sold in UK/European markets by Opel and Vauxhall as an Insignia, and by Buick as a Regal in the USA. Commodore is manufactured in Rüsselsheim (in the Rhein-Main region), Germany. Rüsselsheim am Main is the largest city in the Groß-Gerau district. 2: This is the first Commodore to feature a transverse engine … Continue reading 12 things you Didn’t know about the 2018 ZB Commodore

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Peugeot and the 5008

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Peugeot and the 5008

  Peugeot launched both its brand new 5008 SUV last week. Also new to Peugeot Citroën is Anouk Poelmann, who took the MD seat late last year. It is no co-incidence 5008 was launched in the grounds of one of the most beautiful and historic properties in New South Wales, Mark Foy’s uber-posh Hydro-Majestic Hotel, … Continue reading 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Peugeot and the 5008

Big and butch Holden Colorado Z71

Big and butch Holden Colorado Z71

  SUVs now outnumber passenger cars in sales. When you add LCVs, or Light Commercial Vehicles like pick-ups, passenger cars are hugely eclipsed sales-wise. Colorado is one such LCV. A Drive-away offer of $56, 826 for a special 2017 plate clearance price, down from $62,077. It has a 5 star safety rating, and comes as … Continue reading Big and butch Holden Colorado Z71

Astra Sportwagon is worth a look

Astra Sportwagon is worth a look

Astra Sportwagon review The UK made Astra Sportwagon joins the Astra sedan, and the Polish-made hatch, in Holden’s new car launch assault. The new NG Commodore, Arcadia SUV, and HSV’s Camaro will round out this year’s cavalcade. Until the NG Commodore is launched, heavy is the head of Astra, as it wears Holden’s passenger car … Continue reading Astra Sportwagon is worth a look

Renault’s Fab Captur

Renault’s Fab Captur

Renault is a brand which sails under a lot of radars, but I think it deserves to have more buyer’s bums on seats, if only for a test drive. Captur is Renault’s baby SUV and is built on the same platform as the Clio (and the unlovable Nissan Juke). The 88kw/190Nm 4 cylinder turbo petrol … Continue reading Renault’s Fab Captur

GayCarBoys 10 favourite 2017 cars

GayCarBoys 10 favourite 2017 cars

As we embark on an (exciting) new year promising innovation galore, I look back on 2017, and my favourite cars. It would be remiss of me not to mention the last of the local manufacturers ceasing local operations. Holden was the last man standing, but keeping local production as a sole auto maker was not … Continue reading GayCarBoys 10 favourite 2017 cars