A brand that became all sexy while we had out backs turned. Safety obsessed for sure, but worth of the Euro tag

13 02, 2019

2019 Jaguar I-Pace SE EV400 Driven and rated in GALSTON GORGE Australia Video Reivew

By |2019-06-30T01:57:32+10:00February 13th, 2019|Car Reviews by Brand, Gay Cars, Jaguar Reviews, SUV, SUV Large, Videos, Volvo Reviews|0 Comments

Jaguar is known for luxury, speed, and grace, and their I-Pace SUV is no different. Jaguar has other SUVs but this one is different. It is electric. FULL WRITTEN REVIEW HERE. Related EV stories HERE, HERE and HERE. It is run by 2 electric motors powered by 600kg worth of batteries under the floor. A battery pack is made [...]

14 10, 2018

2018 Volvo XC40 T5 Review

By |2019-06-29T16:20:50+10:00October 14th, 2018|Car Reviews by Brand, SUV, SUV Small, Volvo Reviews|0 Comments

Volvo may have a small range but each new model is a jewel in their crown with another quality offering in the form of the Volvo XC40. The preceding XC60 and XC90 SUVs have won praise and accolades from all quarters and it’d be no surprise if this smaller version follows suit. I really enjoyed my week in the Volvo [...]

10 05, 2015

Volvo S60 Polestar: Eat My Dust

By |2017-03-10T14:37:55+10:00May 10th, 2015|Volvo Reviews|0 Comments

    Yes Yes Yes oh Yes: cutting edge safety, supremely comfortable, killer looks Oh dear me no: dreadful satnav, no touch screen   *The photos of the Polestar V60 (wagon) provided by Volvo Car Australia of of the car tested by us. NOTE the number plate. I am completely in love with Volvo, but I am not happy, not [...]

21 01, 2015

Volvo P1800s: Sometimes We Do Meet Our Heroes

By |2017-03-10T14:39:10+10:00January 21st, 2015|Coupes, Gay cars fit for a queen?, Volvo Reviews|5 Comments

FOR Tori Johnson and Katrina Dawson I was at the V8 Supercars the day a terrible storm blew in. It was the worst some of the chaps had ever seen on a racetrack. Luckily all was well above the pits in the private boxes. As I sipped on my second-ish glass of Pommery’s, and sampled my third-ish canapé, I asked [...]

11 06, 2014

Volvo V40: The Accidental Hot Hatch

By |2017-03-10T14:43:57+10:00June 11th, 2014|Volvo Reviews|0 Comments

        Yes Yes Yes oh YES: tech, comfy seats, great ride, smooth predictable handling Oh dear me no: the Satnav’s diabolical input and snail-like speed If you could have any features you want in a car, what would you choose? I’ve always fancied a champagne bar, or the shoe shine machine, or the cappuccino maker but none [...]

8 04, 2014

Golf GTi MK VII: VW Dialled up the Delicious and Daring a notch or two

By |2017-03-10T14:44:16+10:00April 8th, 2014|Gay cars fit for a queen?, Hot Hatch, Volvo Reviews|0 Comments

  **CLICK ON ANY IMAGES FOR CLEARER PICTURES***   What a cracker! oh YES: Superb engine, increased power, better ride, impeccable interior Oh dear me no: horrible the tartan fabric, USB hard to get to, Iphone 5 needs a special cable to do anything other than charge   The exterior is new, although you are hard-pushed to spot the difference. [...]

24 08, 2011

The sexy new Volvo S60 R design: Contender for gay car of the year!

By |2017-03-10T15:22:44+10:00August 24th, 2011|Executive Saloons, Gay cars fit for a queen?, Volvo Reviews|5 Comments

What do these symbols have in common? Balls of course. The one on the left is the famous Volvo nameplate. Volvo (meaning “I Roll” in Latin) was the name of a Swedish ball bearing factory in the early 20th century. The one on the right is the Male symbol and…. well you get the idea. Volvo has undergone no end [...]

25 05, 2011

Road Deaths: Education NOT Cameras save lives. Speed doesn’t kill, lack of driver education does.

By |2019-06-29T18:14:50+10:00May 25th, 2011|BMW Reviews, Gay Car News, Holden Reviews, Honda Reviews, Jaguar Reviews, Lexus Reviews, Mini Reviews, Mitsubishi Reviews, Peugeot Reviews, SAAB Reviews, SUV, SUV Large, SUV Medium, SUV Small, Toyota Reviews, UTE, Volvo Reviews, VW Reviews|3 Comments

For years we have wondered if speed cameras actually do anything to lower our road deaths. Here is a graph you might find interesting. The countries with the lowest death tolls are the ones with the highest driver education standards. Interestingly some of the countries with the lowest death tolls have the highest speed limits. Germany is a case in [...]