Car Review: 2015 Holden Commodore SV6 Sportwagon

With the Holden Commodore effectively the only local car Holden has built for some time (Cruze is a world car, not locally designed), the major changes the car has experienced have come at seemingly ever […]

Powering Into History: HSV’s ClubSport R8 Enhanced

A certain car magazine recently bemoaned what drivers will miss out on in coming years, with the change to more technological features in our chosen chariots. Ripping up a handbrake lever to drop a skid […]

Gaseous Anomalies: Holden’s Evoke and Calais V Sportwagons

In an Australian world where uncertainty about local car manufacturing reigns supreme, Holden stays true to one traditional element: the station wagon. Of the four manufacturers of recent years, Mitsubishi gave up after the final […]