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Finder car reviews help you cut through the petrolhead jargon and understand what a vehicle is really like. Our goal is to publish independent, unbiased, expert car analysis, so when you come to buy a new vehicle, you've got all the key information you need.
Can a French wagon be as comfortable in the heart of the outback as it is in the city?Read more…
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Finder hands-on reviews are written by our resident car tester, Alex Jeffs. With these reviews, he has physically driven the model in question. Alex has tested dozens of new cars, all around the country.
These tests give you a first-hand account of how the cars fare when driven on (and sometimes off) public roads around Australia.
Our comparison car reviews are like snapshots of a vehicle, with the thoughts of 3-5 motoring journalists merged into one concise guide. You'll save time by getting a thoroughly researched, easy-to-understand, yet extensive, overview of a vehicle. To assist you in creating a shortlist of cars, you can quickly weigh up your options by using the Finder Score (a mean average of the analysed reviews) as well as jumping to the verdict section.
We only reference high-quality, established and well-respected motoring outlets like CarAdvice, WhichCar, CarsGuide, Motoring, Drive, Car Showroom and Practical Motoring.
We also strive to cut through all that unnecessary car lingo and tropes, like the irrelevant assessments of how plastic-sounding the interior plastics are when you tap them, meaning you have all the facts you need and none of the unimportant fluff.
What is the Finder Score?
The Finder Score is a combination of the ratings given by each of the included expert car reviewers. It's calculated by using a mean average. On the Finder car review page, you'll see ratings broken down (sometimes the majority will rate a car highly, while one reviewer might mark it down) as well as the Finder Score to help you make your decision.
Our mission is to make buying a new or used car as hassle free as possible. Finder's car reviews are designed to help you quickly compare car models. We cover everything from hatchbacks to luxury SUVs.
Each review has a Finder Score – this is an aggregate of expert ratings for each car, sourced from respected reviewers across multiple motoring websites. That means you don't need to spend hours searching for the latest car reviews and ratings online because we've brought together all the essential information you need in one place, making it simple to do a quick comparison.
Every Finder car review also features an in-depth look at the crucial features of each model, including the following:
We hope you'll find these reviews helpful and informative as you search for a new vehicle.
Looking for a new car but don't know which size or body style you need? Here's a little explainer of the most common vehicle types:
A combination of factors you need to consider when choosing a car include the following:
Be careful not to fall into these common traps when buying a new car:
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