This week, we announced our 'top ten' shortlist for the annual TMR Best Buys Award.
A look at the top-ten price-wise sees the Ford Fiesta as the most affordable, starting at $15,825, while the Lexus IS 350 Sports Luxury sits at the other end, priced from $84,000 plus on-roads with eight other cars in between.
So which car will pick up the award? Check out our shortlist and give us your pick.
Last year saw another record for new car sales in Australia, with 1.136million finding new homes during 2013.
Despite Toyota’s long-running sales success in Australia, 2013 was the first year a Toyota product has carried the honour of being the nation’s number one selling car; in this case, the Toyota Corolla.
Subaru’s new WRX STI was revealed this week, as leaked images of the new performance hero surfaced online.
No technical details have been released to date, but earlier reported leaks suggest power will again be provided by a 2.5 litre turbocharged boxer, with output likely to go a little beyond the 221kW and 407Nm of the current model.
In other news, Toyota revealed this week that its future as a manufacturer in Australia is under a cloud. Our analysis suggests that, in the short term, the expense of pulling out may stay the hand of the Japanese manufacturer.
Details of Kia's updated Optima midsizer surfaced on the company's consumer website this week, highlighting specifications and pricing for the 2014 model year.
We drove the 2014 Renault Clio Expression Manual this week, finding Parisian style and romance in the surprisingly spacious three-cylinder turbo package.
Can the smaller 2.0 litre turbocharged engine in the 2014 BMW 428i Coupe carry the mantle from the now-departed 2.5 litre straight-six? Check out our review.
Finally, we found the 2014 Nissan Juke Ti-S to be fun, funky and frisky, offering zippy performance and bursting with personality.
And that’s… the week that was.
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