A substantial midlife upgrade and an improved standard specification at no additional cost should boost the appeal of Volkswagen's large Touareg SUV. David Thomson tries the entry-level 150kW turbo-diesel.
Built by Subaru with extensive engineering and mechanical input from Toyota, the endeavour that spawned the Toyota 86 and its identical twin, the Subaru BRZ, has been one of the few joint-production success stories of recent motoring history.
A derivative for younger buyers originally kept secret from head office and another with high-end crash avoidance technology are intended to help the Toyota Camry cast off any ''cardigan car'' image and maintain decent sales during the final part of its life.
European dominance of the premium coupe segment of our new-car market isn't likely to be challenged by the new Lexus RC350, but it's an interesting machine nonetheless. David Thomson delivers his verdict after a week behind the wheel.
In the five years since it first appeared, the Volkswagen Amarok has gone from being a curiosity to an accepted player at the top end of our booming ute market. David Thomson takes a refresher on the German-designed, Argentine-built pick-up.