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Motors

The cheapest Porsche in 30 years

Jonathan Hawley At $122,900, the Macan SUV is the cheapest way into the storied sports car maker.

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Prestige

Compact luxury cars on the rise

Luxury cars

Joshua Dowling Why the next big thing in luxury cars is small. And rugged.

New hues

Colourful times for Bentley

2013 Bentley Continental GT Speed

Jonathan Hawley Luxury maker looks to shift from conservative hues in search for younger buyers.

Motors

Falcon ... Bentley Falcon

Matt Campbell It looks like there will be a Falcon on our roads after 2016, but it may be wearing a Bentley badge rather than a Ford one.

That's a bit posh: Range Rover Evoque limited edition

Posh Range Rover Evoque.

Joshua Dowling Former pop singer adds some spice to luxury 4WD.

Diesel power

Mercedes wins Car of the Year

Winners List

Stephen Ottley If you think diesel is only for truckies, think again. A diesel-powered car has won Drive’s Car of the Year award for the first time.

Four seater

Another Ferrari catches fire

Matt Campbell Exotic Italian brand continues to be plagued by cases of spontaneous combustion, this time with its new FF four-seater.

Holden Colorado steps in for Rodeo

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Toby Hagon, drive.com.au It may look almost the same but the new Holden Colorado represents a fresh start for Holden.

BMW targets Porsche 911 drivers

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Jez Spinks, drive.com.au BMW is aiming to lure sports car drivers into their traditional on-road nemesis, the 4WD, with its new X6 coupe.

Peugeot targets softroaders

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Joshua Gliddon and Jez Spinks, drive.com.au Wagon offers practicality and seating to beat most compact 4WDs, but a key safety feature has been left out.

Vitara shows its soft side

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Jonathan Hawley, drive.com.au It's still tough and capable off-road, but Suzuki realises its compact 4WD needs to be town friendly.

Tarmac Surfers

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Stephen Lacey Getting to the waves with boards has always required wheels. Stephen Lacey looks at Australia's favourites.

Taking on M5...and 911

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Bruce Newton, drive.com.au Porsche its first ever four-door luxury-sports model is "almost too good".

That's snow business

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Tackling the hairpin bends in style on your way to this season's ski trip.