Classic Reviews

Trendsetter: The TVR Grantura 1800S

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By Ben Selby When most of us think of TVR, we tend to daydream and wax lyrical about the funky plastic bodied sports cars of the nineties, with mad interiors, out there styling, and the kind of face bending acceleration which could rearrange your fillings. Oh, and who could forget that kick arse multi coloured paint adorning many Cerberas, Griffiths …

Pint Sized Performance: Suzuki Cervo SC100 CXG

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We all love going fast, right? However, all that power and torque is often rendered useless when face with heavy traffic and questionable road surfaces. What really matters at then end of the day, well in this writer’s opinion anyway, is how the car makes you feel. Sure, plenty of vehicles will dazzle you with ludicrous power figures and the …

Jekkyl and Hyde: The Aston Martin DB11 AMR is a Certain Future Classic

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By Ben Selby Make no mistake, the Aston Martin DB11 is already a fine car. For loping across your native country with your significant other and a boot full of luggage, it is certainly one of the finest GT cars around. However, in this writer’s opinion, there have been a couple of issues with it. Firstly, the DB11 was rather …

Magnum Opus: Ferrari 308 GTSi Review

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People are loving the Eighties again. The music, style and popular culture has come full circle, and the same can be said for sports cars of the era. This means the band of extravagant low slung wedge shapes from exotic car makers, which became etched in our math books and plastered all over our bedroom walls, are on their comeback …

Fire and Fury: Chevrolet Camaro ZL1

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You could use any number of over-the-top action adjectives to describe the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1. After 24 hours in our care, the ZL1, is quite simply the most powerful, tyre-shredding devourer of blacktop you can buy for under $200,000, and thanks to HSV dealerships like Blackwell’s Holden, it can be yours, in right hand drive. The ZL1, like the …

Mazda MX5 at 30

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The old saying “if it isn’t broken, don’t fix it” could have been created to describe the modern Mazda MX5. The car which brought the honest, fun to drive, affordable sports car back from the pages of history in 1989, has reached its 30th milestone. Usually for a single model of sports car to stick around this long, it needs …

A day out in a Fiat 500D

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It is really hard for some not to become utterly besotted with Italian cars, from the most expensive Prancing Horse or Raging Bull, to the humblest small city run around. These cars possess one of the most important features you could look for in an automobile, they make you giggle. One particular Italian classic does the giggly bit rather well. …