Tags » Gay Cars Fit For A Queen?

Renault's Koloes: big, ya can't miss it

After becoming a uncle, my perspective on cars and reviewing their features and functionality has changed somewhat.

Less is it about fun, cool tech and performance and more focused on practicality, space and ISOFIX ports. 268 more words

Gay Cars Fit For A Queen?

Audi's cute Q2

Whenever I hear the word “Audi”, I’m transported into an episode of AbFab…“Names, Names, Names Sweety.” When I think ‘Audi’, I think class, all class. And the new Audi baby SUV, the Q2, is a peach. 228 more words

Gay Cars Fit For A Queen?

I chat Holden Equinox with Nat Davey from Holden

Holden Equinox.

Never has a vehicle been so important for an auto maker.

In Australia, there are Holden people, and Ford people, or at least, that’s the way it used to be. 1,522 more words

Gay Cars Fit For A Queen?

Levorg's cheaper sister

Subaru Levorg 1.6 GT Review

We’ve driven the brawnier sister of the 1.6, and loved it. READ IT HERE.

It is a WRX wagon effectively. Some people want the convenience of a wagon but don’t need the power and expense muscle brings. 600 more words

Gay Cars Fit For A Queen?

Skoda RS245 drive with Steve Owen and Alan Zurvas

Today Skoda Australia launched its fabulous RS245, which is an upgraded and retuned version of the Octavia RS.

The 245 adds a host of features… 296 more words

Gay Cars Fit For A Queen?

2018 Skoda Octavia VRS 245 launch review

 

Skoda has sold 5,000 cars this year so far. They’re proud of it too, and so they should be.

It is a brand that flies under the radar, but is one that motoring journalists love. 306 more words

Gay Cars Fit For A Queen?

Nissan Qashqai midlife update:

New MD, Stephen Lester, erstwhile Canadian, has been brought in to deliver improved results for the Japanese car maker.

Mr. Lester is charting a longer-term plan focusing on customer needs. 85 more words

Gay Cars Fit For A Queen?