Jenny

CarTell.tv Video Presenter

I would say I have vibrant and quirky personality and can be a bit of a character! My background in modelling and acting helped me to be comfortable in my skin and not scared to be a bit daring! I really believe in being yourself and having fving fun, my work allowed me to travel, explore the world and connect with awesome people.  When not reviewing awesome cars for Cartell, I act and work in natural wellness, you have to be healthy to be happy and enjoy life 🙂

My First Car

My first car was like my first love! A silver 98 Mitsubishi Lancer, it had been my mums and she sold it to me. I moved from Melbourne to Queensland and back again with that car, went through sooo much together it felt more like my best friend. I had it 10 years and probably wouldn’t have given it up if my BF hadn’t written it off by rear ending a red car stop at a red light 😐 Clearly the universe was telling me to let go and move on haha

What car did you go on your first date in?

Ohhhh, yep my first date was in a now classic HJ Holden ute and it belonged to my first BF! He thought he was pretty pimpin! It was white and in nice condition, shiny mags. I have to say that a ute is not a great car for romance 😉

What do you drive now?

Well I didn’t exactly choose it but my car has been a total blessing. Sooo I was living in Asia for some time so when I came back I was working between Adelaide and Melbourne and my dad kindly sold me his very reliable, very typically retiree Toyota Camry, yes it’s white and no I never get pulled over by the cops 😉 I really can’t fault her, no matter how dad-daggy, nearly 300k without a hiccup she even has electric seats!

Your dream car?

Ok! So if we’re talkin ideal… I would love to own a Tesla and the model X would be my candy, due to the fact that Tesla are really front runners in greener technology annnnnd the design aesthetic and drive is phenomenal plus, I love the functionality of a wagon! I would also enjoy the roadster to cruise around in on weekends or something along the lines of an Audi R8. But, yeah for everyday awesomeness the Tesla model X

Recent Video Reviews Featuring Jenny

2020 Ford focus Review

Jenny reviews the latest Ford Focus Wagon in the ST-Line trim. The 2020 Ford Focus is not totally new, but it is impressive.

2020 Mitsubishi ASX review

Jenny reviews the latest 2020 Mitsubishi ASX in the Exceed trim, which is at the very top of 5 trim levels that we can choose from now.

2020 Kia Seltos review

The latest Kia Seltos has finally arrived to the party, a 2020 subcompact SUV that puts Kia in one of the most popular current segments of the market. Jenny checks out the 2020 Kia Seltos Sport plus with the CVT 2-litre engine.

2020 Hyundai Veloster Turbo Premium review

Jenny reviews the latest 2020 Hyundai Veloster in the top Turbo Premium trim. Jenny liked the first Veloster on its release. It was Hyundai’s entry into the market of quirky, stylish performance coupes that well let’s face it. Looked completely unique. This new Veloster has kept many of the styling queues whilst modernising them just enough.

2020 Tesla Model 3 review

The Tesla Model 3 looks pretty slick. The front is now more modern than the Model S, but it still follows the same philosophy. The side silhouette is very stylish and I think it actually suits this car more than the Model S. This version has 18” wheels while the Performance version has 20” rims as well as some other styling additions to make it look more aggressive.