Singapore’s highly regarded family sedan now comes in a more stylish body-shell, but can it continue as well as it’s predecessor?
If you must have a German coupe for whatever reasons it may be, BMW’s entry-level 4 Series is worth a close look
This jacked-up V40 with a diesel lump proved to be one of the best bargains in our market
We've driven the M135i last year and it even made it to Burnpavement’s ‘Surprises of 2013’ list; this time, we sample a kitted M135i. Sound the alarm...
Audi seems to be on a roll, soup-ing up everything in their stable. The Q5 3.0 TFSI we drove earlier is already as fast as anyone would want an SUV to be. Is there really a need for an 'S?
Does the flagship X5 have it all? We spend some alone time with BMW’s SUV to see whether it can be the segment leader
A sporty Range Rover sounds like real fun...
A jacked-up 208 with extra cabin space; sounds like an interesting proposition doesn’t it? Oh, and it’s a diesel too…
It obviously needs no introduction, but this revamped Tucson is surprisingly good
An exciting and unforgettable year it was, made even more memorable thanks to the arrival of these wheels
The midlife facelifted Porsche Panamera S gets a new engine, some nip and tuck, and comes out feeling just as awesome as before.
2013 was indeed a tough year for the local industry, but that aside, some very stylish cars still manage to make their way here.
Punching above their weight, a selection of Volkswagen's new line-up of Category A cars was offered to the media over a two-day drive trip to Kuantan, Malaysia.
BMW’s new Z4 not only turns heads, it makes jaws drop and hearts thump.
If you’re the sort who moves around a whole lot but do not possess the super power of the man with the red cape (and underwear outside), then read this
The new Mazda Biante is a true people-mover. The massive 4.71 metre-long MPV is set to take the game to it's competitors, the Toyota Alphard and the Nissan Elgrand.
So 2013 was an eventful year for the local motoring industry: An introduction and implementation of new policies, changes in classification of new cars, and the list goes on.
Panamera Turbo too mainstream for you, Sir? Then meet the other solution…
We drive the 'entry-level' Mercedes-Benz S-Class and find no signs of it's diesel-powered nature. Instead, this luxury saloon just oozes pure and creamy power!
By reintroducing the ES, Lexus provides the answer to those who do not require a sporty GS