In the latest issue of NZ Autocar we have a full review of the new Mk8 Golf GTI, and we discover how it measures up against the revised Renault Megane R.S. We also indulge in a little shenanigans in the new M3 and M4, but which one to choose?
Nissan has polished the act of its big Navara, and we drive the revised ST-X double cab. There’s also a round up of the new Jazz line-up, as well as
a review of the funky Crosstar variant.
Haval is on a product onslaught currently and following the debut of the Jolion, there is a new generation of the H6. We put it through its paces.
Perhaps you’re after a small SUV with out-there styling? Well, we compare Toyota’s C-HR GR Sport with Nissan’s Juke Ti.
Does an Aston Martin make a good getaway car? We take the family down south in the DBX to find out. Jaguar has recently renewed its F-Pace and we review
the new P400 R-Dynamic HSE version, as well as the Mini Countryman Cooper S, Range Rover Sport SVR Carbon, Land Rover Discovery Sport Urban Edition,
Mazda’s CX-5 SP25T, the Lexus IS 300h F-Sport and Toyota’s made-over Fortuner.
In the classic realm we inspect a Holden HQ Belmont with just 29,000 miles on its odo, and take a drive in a Porsche 944 Turbo.
On two wheels we review the mammoth BMW R 18 and the diminutive Royal Enfield 350 Meteor.
There’s all this and more in the June issue of NZ Autocar magazine, out now.