Wheels Showroom: A more interactive version is now online!

Showroom is going through its biggest upgrade since its inception in the early days of Wheels, remaining one of the most popular sections

Wheels Showroom Online
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SHOWROOM remains one of the most popular sections of Wheels since a list of new-car prices was first included in magazine in the early 1960s.

Over time, the idea behind it has changed little but has showcased the growth in the Australian car market since the magazine’s early days.

Back then, other than make, model and price, the only information supplied was the number of cylinders, their capacity, horsepower and transmission.

Wheels Showroom March 1967As of today, Showroom takes its next big step. It is not only in the latest hardcopy edition of your favourite motoring mag, but also on the WheelsMag.com.au website.

You can search for a make and model to get all the regular Showroom specifications, ranging from price and engine type, to weight and resale.

What’s more, if you want to find out more information on the latest new car, links are provided to our sister site at WhichCar.com.au, where more features are listed including the standard and optional equipment for each car.

Showroom includes our warts-and-all, no-pulled-punches assessment of each model, as well as Wheels’ recommended pick.

Just visit the WheelsMag.com.au website, hover your mouse over “CAR REVIEWS”, and click on “SHOWROOM” when it pops up.

Don't delay! Visit the Wheels Showroom here. Don’t forget to bookmark it!

 

How are you finding our new site design? Tell us in the comments below or send us your thoughts at feedback@whichcar.com.au.

 

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