2021 Toyota Prado: power boost, Apple Car Play, but manual axed | CarAdvice

One of Australia’s top-selling four-wheel-drive wagons is about to get a power boost, extra safety aids and Apple Car Play across the range, but the six-speed manual is dead.  EXCLUSIVE The Toyota Prado is poised to get the same power boost as the Toyota HiLux ute – and will gain Continue Reading

VFACTS: June 2020 new car sales, the complete report | CarAdvice

Sales of new cars in June 2020 were stronger than expected as buyers returned to showrooms. Now the industry is worried about a stock shortage. Australian new-car sales performed significantly better than expected in June, however the industry is still cautious about the recovery from the COVID-19 slowdown which saw Continue Reading

Why you should paint your Classic Car garage floor with Epoxy Resin

Having a garage to store your classic car is a must have for petrolheads. If a property doesn’t have a decent sized garage then it doesn’t meet the criteria. So when you do find that perfect garage it is like a dream come true. But before you jump in and Continue Reading

Tesla overtakes Toyota as world’s most valuable car maker | CarAdvice

Shares of the electric vehicle manufacturer climbed to record highs overnight, making Tesla the highest-valued car company in the world. Tesla stock surged overnight in US trading, surpassing Toyota as the most valuable car maker in the world. Shares of the American electric vehicle manufacturer climbed by five per cent Continue Reading

Car industry reports a surprising boom in June | CarAdvice

Some dealers are running low on stock in the lead up to the end of the financial year tomorrow, as the market shows signs of recovery. Car dealers are running low on new vehicles to sell after being caught short due to an unexpected increase in demand in June – Continue Reading

Post-coronavirus car care: 14 checks you should do before a road trip

Even the most avid drivers have probably spent a fair amount of time off the roads these past few months, with mandatory lockdowns leaving us all with nowhere to go except the local supermarket. While our project cars might have gotten plenty of love, our actual day-to-day cars may have Continue Reading

Nissan Australia says car market is looking up, despite tough start to 2020 | CarAdvice

Nissan says it is already starting to see signs of recovery, despite the industry going through two of the worst sales months in 30 years. The boss of Nissan Australia is confident the new-car market will recover quicker than expected in the wake of the coronavirus crisis – once production Continue Reading

Tips to plan a Road Trip in a Classic Car

As summer takes hold, it is once again time to take the covers off our classic sports cars, give them a tune up and head out on a sunny ride and blow away those cobwebs. If you are the proud owner of a classic car, you probably purchased your vehicle Continue Reading

Beaulieu cancels three of its main car events for 2020

Beaulieu has been hosting motoring events in the parkland surrounding the National Motor Museum since 1952 when it held the first veteran car rally. Each year it now welcomes over 100,000 visitors to its events that take place from April through to November. Unfortunately the  Covid-19 pandemic halted the planned Continue Reading

Australian new-car emissions show lacklustre improvement despite electric car growth | CarAdvice

Our appetite for SUVs and utes is slowing our progress on vehicle emissions. Australians might like to think green and care about the environment, but when it comes to cars we are happy to buy big and thirsty SUVs and utes. The latest vehicle emissions figures, compiled annually by the Continue Reading