Canberra became the centre of the Toyota sports car world on Saturday 7 May as close to 450 owners and admirers of the 86 sports car descended on the Sutton Road Driver Training Centre to attend the third Australian Festival of 86 celebrations.More than 150 examples of the front-engine, rear drive coupe created a stunning … Continue reading TOYOTA FESTIVAL OF 86 DRAWS HUNDREDS OF FANS TO CANBERRA
Kia’s Tiny Picanto: a Sensible, Reasonably Priced City Car (full review this coming Friday morning) In spite of the Super Mini segment accounting for only a small part Australian vehicle sales, Kia has made an audacious move to introduce its micro car. The model is now 5 years old and is approximately 12 months … Continue reading Kia’s Tiny Picanto is a Sensible City Car
First Impressions: A very cold windy day in Canberra, with the merest hint of rain is the perfect weather for experiencing French cars in their natural habitat. It is the misery they were made for. \ So, the new C4: What’s it got? There are smart new 3D head and tail lights, daytime running … Continue reading Citroën launched it’s new C4, and we liked it
Luggage Luggage space? What Luggage space. Rear A/C Luxury model with Satnav The question was “Is the Honda Odyssey quite suitable for a boy to use for Luxury wine tours and classy airport transfers” so we took one around the block a bit. It wasn’t nearly as embarrassing as you’d expect a … Continue reading Honda Odyssey: Only for families or has it got other uses?