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  • Driving the all new 2017 Audi A5 and S5 Coupé

    The original Audi A5 was launched 10 years ago at both the Geneva and Melbourne Motor shows. Over time we have seen coupé, cabriolet and sportback style versions. It has always been quite a head-turner, even head designer Walter de Silva agreeing he had created his most beautiful car....
  • My Week with a BMW i3

    This article is going to be very much a personal account of experiencing an electric vehicle (EV), we’ve covered Tesla and other electric vehicles but this is my first time living with an EV, driving one and understanding one. My day to day driver is a BMW 220d, the...
  • HAVAL H6 Review – Luxury Feel, Modern Look: Worth consideration

    When you’re driving down the road past one of just eleven Haval dealers in Australia you’re probably not inclined to turn in and take a look, you’ve probably never heard of them. That’s ok – I’m tipping Haval don’t expect their brand awarness to register on the radar just...
  • ZTE AXON 7 Review: Premium device battling head to head with big names

    ZTE is not a brand unfamiliar with the Australian market, they have sold millions of devices here – it’s just that normally they haven’t carried the ZTE brand or at least not been promoted as such.  However all that is changing as the brand looks to bring its own...
  • TESTED: The Mini SUV – Kia Soul

    Dropping by Kia to pick up the keys to the new Kia Soul was an interesting experience. Having seen one from the outside I expected a rather quirky car, seeing them drive by you had to assume things about the car. It was time to find out what it...
  • TESTED: Kia Optima GT

    Times have certainly changed in Australia. Growing up it was all about the latest Holden Commodore or Ford Falcon. Families had one or the other in their garages and most other brands were seen as inferior or not welcome. Nowadays, the Falcon is ultimately dead, as is the Commodore....
  • Living with a sports-car: Nissan 370Z – the early days

    In part it’s the nearing mid-life crisis, in part its my childhood love for the Nissan sports cars but the idea of living with a 370Z was not just appealing, it felt right....
  • Headphones for the High Flyer

    We recently received a pair of the absolutely gorgeous Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9 headphones to review days before taking a 12 hour flight. The timing couldn’t have been better. B&O are very well known for their high quality sounding and high quality looking audio products. From in ear...
  • The Blended Lifestyle

    Making smoothies or blending your favourite fruit, vegies, seeds etc has become a real big deal in recent times. Those looking to get their daily intake of nutrients in liquid form generally turn towards the cheap NutriBullets or even this little guy from Breville. Generally after a month or...
  • Fermata Headphone Stand review – Ideal for your wireless headphones

    Wireless headphones are not new, but thanks to Apple they are on the up and up but there is one great problem with them.  Battery power....
  • Life with the Nissan Navara: Her perspective

    I climbed into the Nissan for a weekend commute to work. It was literally a step up from the Camry and definitely had more grunt. In fact compared to the sedan I’m used to driving it definitely felt quite truck-like. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing – I...
  • LG V20 Review: Unique, performs well, pound for pound great value

    When I first laid eyes on the LG V20 I was blown away – what a fascinating idea to have a second screen on the front of the phone. Now I’ve used it for a few weeks – that’s good, but not the reason to buy it....
  • Infiniti Q60 – First Drive: A new-look coupe taking Infiniti forward

    It’s not every year a car company gets to go “you know what, lets re-think everything about our design”, no, they need to plan a look, a feel, a signature style over many years to ensure it can flow through an entire model range that might last six to...
  • Dobby Drone Review – Simple yet advanced and it’s tiny!

    Now it’s important to know I’m a drone snob, and a drone enthusiast, so when a $599 drone that fits in the palm of your hand hits my desk I come at it with some scepticism – but perhaps, just maybe – this little guy is just right for...
  • REVIEW: Nintendo simplifies life and gaming with the Classic Mini Entertainment System

    When it was announced the internet went crazy, tweets were retweeted, Facebook posts were shared liked and commented on and when pre-orders were available they were sold out fast.  The Nintendo Classic Mini Entertainment System took 2016 by storm and it’s not stopping now....
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