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  • Nissan 370Z Review – One of the most enjoyable cars you can drive – Long live the Z

    We here at EFTM have experienced dozens of new cars in 2013, mostly all of them left us impressed with their respective virtues and abilities. But every now and then a manufacturer allows us access to some of their top shelf prime cuts of beef.   With Nissan it starts...
  • EFTM Review: The Nissan Pulsar is back

    Remember when Nissan Pulsar’s plagued our roads like mosquitoes in the tropics? In particular the famous SSS hatch was a huge hit with red P platers in the late 90’s. The accompanying repulsive after-market exhaust was a prerequisite. Then suddenly one day Nissan produced the motoring equivalent of Mortein...
  • EFTM Review: Hyundai Veloster, breathtaking design that won’t hammer the bottom line

    If you’re after near perfect handling, brisk and willing acceleration wrapped up in an in your face breathtaking design that won’t hammer the bottom line – Look no further than the Hyundai Veloster range....
  • EFTM Review: Infiniti M35h

    Car manufacturers across the world are undertaking a slow but steady march towards alternate fuel solutions. The Infiniti M35h and the technology it deploys is a step in the right direction....
  • EFTM Review: The Chrysler 300c in diesel – bold motoring

    We keep hearing that large rear-wheel drive sedans are a dying breed with sales of the Holden Commodore and Ford Falcon taking a tremendous hit over recent years. Why is it then that Chrysler thinks it can take a slice of that market with its 300C, and would you...
  • EFTM Road Trip: Holden Colorado LX

    Sometimes a few days behind the wheel of a car isn’t enough to put it to a genuine test. At EFTM we decided that was the case for the all new Holden Colorado, so we sent Chris Bowen to outback NSW on a several thousand kilometre road trip....
  • EFTM Review: Opel Insignia Select Sports Tourer

    You’ll recognise the Astra name that’s returning to Australia with Opel’s entry into the market, but what of their other vehicles? EFTM sent Chris Bowen out to test drive the Insignia wagon, a new name for Australia with a great drive and handling response....
  • EFTM Review: Holden Volt Hybrid Electric Car

    Sitting in the Holden Volt for the first time automatically makes you feel like you’ve stepped into the future. The interior design is unique, while the combination of two large colour displays is straight from science fiction. But the true value of the Volt is its electric power....
  • The new, old, Ford Kuga – would you buy it?

    Recently Ford Australia launched the Ford Kuga. It’s a small SUV that’s been available in other parts of the world for four years now. It will also be superseded in 2013. So is it worth the $38,490 price tag? We drove it to find out....
  • The new iPad – the complete EFTM review

    Apple’s 3rd generation iPad goes on sale tomorrow (8am March 16) in Australia, and with hundreds of people expected to line up for their shot at owning the new device, the big question is whether or not you should go and get one? Fortunately, EFTM has been testing the new...
  • 2012 Ford Ranger – the manliest ute around?

    Sometimes you really have to question the motivation of the designer and entire company when cars hit the road that clearly have no long term design value. It’s easy to do with a ute. Cab, tray, presto. What do workers care? But they do, and Ford have impressed....
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