Sydney-based Matt Campbell has been a car guy all his life, and he turned his passion into a profession when he started work as a motoring writer back in 2009. Since then he has developed into one of Australia’s most prolific automotive editors, working for two of the country’s biggest motoring websites, CarAdvice and CarsGuide.
With the 4th-generation Mazda3, the Hiroshima-based firm draws clearer distinctions between the sporty hatchback and stylish sedan versions of its compact car. It's also keen to challenge volume-selling... Read More
The Ford Ranger has changed its ways. The facelifted version of the big-selling bakkie has seen some important alterations, including the most obvious one: the introduction of a 2.0-litre 4-cylinder bi-turbo diesel... Read More
The Toyota Auris is gone – and this is its replacement: a Corolla Hatch. It has more style than virtually any Corolla that preceded it, but is there any substance beneath the pumped up kicks?... Read More
The Hyundai Santa Fe is back for a 3rd generation, with the 7-seat SUV aiming to offer more to buyers in many ways: more space, more style, more safety and more value. Our Aussie correspondent, Matt Campbell takes... Read More
General Motors and its Chevrolet brand will soon no longer feature in the South African new vehicle marketplace, but Isuzu (and Opel) will forge ahead on their own steam from 2018. However, don't assume that... Read More
The new-look Mazda BT-50 may still be regarded by some as the less-than-macho, somewhat awkward-looking cousin of the top-selling Ford Ranger, but beneath its polarising exterior styling lies a pragmatic bakkie... Read More