Stephen Trefry’s 1973 VJ Valiant Charger.
Toyota is still top dog.
Olga de Moeller
American beauties catch eye of car king
Bestselling brand in the land
Top drag racers harness horsepower
It’s come a long way from the $300 shell he bought in 1983.
It beat its plug-in rivals to market by years, but still remains one of the best of its type.
Rivals to share expertise and marketing strengths.
Fatalities doubled in 2020 compared to previous year.
After a year off due to COVID, the Wheatbelt town will burst into life once again to celebrate all things two-wheeled.
Showman Fletcher and his Nissan Patrol return to smoke up Perth Motorplex tomorrow.
Second-gen light SUV pitches itself at upper end of the market.
Mild hybrid compact to arrive before electric version, though fuel savings are minimal.
Brand reveals more electric car info, but local details are scarce.
Off-road truck arriving mid-year with lift kit and other goodies.
Mid-engined monster here before the nd of the year with five variants across two body styles.
New range-topping ute gets Aussie-designed extras.
Golden season continues with Sprintcar Gold Cup victory.
WA Motor Museum mechanic has always loved Bimmers — this one in particular.
Auto dealer and bona fide Perth icon John Hughes stands behind every car he sells — the only problem is he can’t find any new cars to stand behind.
A lot to like in seventh generation of popular van.
New laws will put local mechanics on a more even playing field with auto makers.
Medium SUV here next month from $30,990 drive-away.
First set of voluntary figures released, with smaller vehicles on track but SUVs and light commercials lagging behind.
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