Why you should consider buying a Mercedes C Class

When you are looking at buying a luxury car, you have so many options to choose from. Some people like to go for the large brands that everyone has heard of like Mercedes because of the good reputation that typically comes with it. Mercedes has a range of luxury cars Continue Reading

2021 Kia Carnival scores five stars for safety, second vehicle without centre airbag to earn top marks | CarAdvice

The new Kia Carnival has become the second vehicle crash-tested against tough new safety protocols to earn a five-star score without needing a centre airbag.  The 2021 Kia Carnival has earned a five-star safety rating against tough new testing protocols – and it scored top marks even without a centre Continue Reading

MG Cyberster: Electric sports car confirmed for production, Australian deliveries on the cards | CarAdvice

The zero-emission two-seater will complete the 0-100km/h benchmark sprint in less than three seconds, according to MG. The MG Cyberster electric sports car – which was unveiled as a concept earlier this month at the Shanghai motor show – will go into production for both left- and right-hand drive markets, Continue Reading

If I ran Ford Australia … How to bring Explorer, F-150, and Bronco here | CarAdvice

Australia accounts for barely one per cent of global car sales, which is why we don’t always get what we want. But where there is a will, there is a way. “If I ran the company…” The CarAdvice team play ‘fantasy football’ with the automotive industry and take turns in Continue Reading

Hennessey: ‘Too much horsepower is never enough’ | CarAdvice

From an impossibly quick Mitsubishi to the new Venom F5 hypercar, John Hennessey has been tuning and building wickedly fast cars for 30 years. When John Hennessey wanted to compete in the Pike’s Peak Hill Climb in 1991, he did what every diehard car nut has done since the invention Continue Reading

2021 Kia Carnival long-term review: Introduction | CarAdvice

Pros and Cons Pros Interior layout and packaging are best-in-class Platinum spec is loaded with tech Smooth and torquey powertrain Cons Platinum specification also gets pricey No choice of all-wheel drive More tech coming later in the year I never thought I’d catch myself saying this, but purple is one Continue Reading

BMW and Mercedes remove advanced safety tech amid semiconductor shortage, mainstream brands unaffected for now | CarAdvice

Some of the most advanced safety features on certain BMW and Mercedes-Benz cars have been temporarily deleted until the semiconductor shortage is over. Advanced safety technology on certain examples of BMW and Mercedes-Benz cars destined for Australia have been deleted from the next batch of factory orders out of Germany. Continue Reading

2021 Formula One Portuguese Grand Prix: Race preview | CarAdvice

Round three takes place in Portugal – there’s only a one point difference in the F1 championship, so who will come out on top? There’s lots to play for as Formula One heads to Portugal for Round 3 of the 2021 F1 season. Last time out in Imola heavy rain Continue Reading

Around the tracks: Toyota proves hydrogen cars can sound good | CarAdvice

Plus, Porsche releases a European hip-hop culture guide book. When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world. Here’s a handful of the photos, articles, videos or social media posts that most caught our eye Continue Reading

Ford Escape plug-in hybrid delayed to 2022, but more electric models are in the works for Australia | CarAdvice

Ford Australia’s first plug-in hybrid vehicle has been pushed back to early next year, however the company maintains it won’t be left behind in the electric-car race. The Ford Escape plug-in hybrid’s showroom debut has been pushed back to early next year, however its arrival will likely start the local Continue Reading