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Land Rover Range Rover Sport

Latest review: Commuting on the freeway and visiting clients. I bought it because it should be safe Twice a week. Never socially and seldom at weekends Serviced to manufacturers requirements as per the


Hyundai iLoad TQ-V (2008-Present)

Latest review: I am freaking out. I have read all of these reviews, mostly negative and costing a fortune for new motors etc-$13-17K! Even when the vans have been serviced as per the log book by Hyundai!! I believe


Hyundai Kona

Latest review: Our 2011 i30 was getting a little tired and the dealer had a 2018 Kona demonstrator at the end of February 2018 for around $3000 less and only 53 km on the clock. We went for a test drive and were


Suzuki GSX-R750

Latest review: I'm recently new to riding, have ridden a Yamaha MT07 Lams (mushy suspension) and recently my brother's Aprilia RSV4RF (race bike position and performance). I did a lot of research, sat on a heap of


Land Rover Range Rover Evoque

Latest review: Always drive smooth and no extra cost to run this sort of valuable car. I always been enjoying while this luxury car.normal regular service, driving on everyday bases. Be confident while you buy this


Land Rover Discovery Sport

Latest review: I've had my Disco Sport since 2017, purchased through Trivett Parramatta. This is our family car and my wife and I are always battling it out over who gets to drive. My kids tell me they prefer this


Suzuki V-Strom 1000

Latest review: I was originally planning to buy an R1200GS , but took one for a long test ride and could really not see what the journalists were on about. It just didn't do anything for me. Next plan was to try


Suzuki Baleno EW

Latest review: This little car will absolutely amaze anyone that gets into it. The legroom both front and back is huge and the boot is huge too. It has sat nav, rear camera, bluetooth, it can also read text


Suzuki Boulevard S40

Latest review: I never rode a bike and took the motorcycle course. I purchased this bike to learn the basics and see if I really like riding. It was a blast in the streets but limited to smaller riders. I'm 5'


Suzuki JR80

Latest review: I brought my son a JR80 as an upgrade to a full clutch motorbike. He has had it since he was 7 (He's now 9) and has ridden it as hard as he could, It has never failed and he learned to operate a


Suzuki SV650

Latest review: There have been many reviews written of this model, all of which have rated the bike as excellent, so this is written after 10 months of ownership from new. The best "commercial" review I have read


Suzuki RMX450Z

Latest review: A great handling bike and with the Yoshimura exhaust that sheds a great deal of weight (approx 3kg), Yoshimura cherry bomb plug in EFI remap device and De-restrict, it makes awesome dial on power


Suzuki TU250X

Latest review: It is nice to purchase a product that does exactly what it is supposed to do and with reliability. Have now owned two TU250X, the first one,a 2011 model,did 51,000km,and the second,purchased


Suzuki GSX-R1000

Latest review: I have a boot in both camps...Ducati and Suzuki. I was so fortunate in purchasing, by my reckoning, the finest, unmolested example of the mighty K5 Gixxer, in Australia. Utterly bog standard and


Suzuki GSX1250FA

Latest review: Just had it for a few weeks, it is awesome. Commutes well, great fun in the hills, covers distance easily. Rides like a smaller bike when you are handling and steering it. The torque available is


Suzuki JR50

Latest review: Started my boy off on his first bike "JR 50" 3 months ago. The bike is just awesome, always starts without hassle. I have removed the oil reservoir and pre mixing the fuel as a safety precaution (40


Suzuki DR-Z400S

Latest review: I researched for 12 months before I purchased my first trail bike. I was a beginner. So I read a lot and asked lots of questions on bike websites and bike dealers. I needed a bike that ticked


Suzuki GSX S1000

Latest review: OMG!! The power and torque, with just the twist of the throttle, unbelievable, the seating position is amazing, soft and comfortable ride, handling corners is fantastic, an all round, awesome bike to


Suzuki Hayabusa

Latest review: The second generation Hayabusa is an incredible motorcyle that puts a tick in every box. I actually had no intentions of buying one, instead being more interested in getting a Triumph Sprint ST, but


Hyundai IONIQ AE.2

Latest review: This all electric car is so easy to drive,handles well and has plenty of power, it easily accelerates faster and smoother than other combustion cars. Lots of room in the hatch at the back for large


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