Ashley has been riding or driving some sort of motorised vehicle since his 4th birthday when he got a Yamaha PW50. Equipped with years of racing experience, Ashley took up journalism and became a writer for some of South Africa’s best motoring magazines and online publications. He is SA’s first (and only) GT Academy winner having raced professionally overseas. He now serves as Road Test Editor at Cars.co.za, putting his wealth of racing and driving experience to good use.
BMW doesn’t offer a 3 Series Estate in South Africa anymore, but for those who miss the business class sedan's 'wagon version, will an extended hatchback do just as good a job? We test the facelifted 320d... Read More
The next batch of GLE spy shots shows a slightly closer-to-production-ready version of Mercedes’s premium SUV.
We first got a glimpse of the next generation Mercedes-Benz GLE back in July 2016, but these new... Read More
Given a few thousand km to live with Subaru’s high-riding Forester, it quickly becomes a car that's very hard to live without. It may not appear so from the sales charts, but this may just be the hidden... Read More
Kia’s more upmarket Sportage, equipped with a turbodiesel engine and automatic transmission, might just be the pick of the range. In an extremely competitive segment, does the Kia stand out enough to warrant... Read More
International motor shows always showcase interesting concepts and futuristic designs, many of which never see the light of day. We take a look at what WILL be coming to SA and why the newcomers are important to the... Read More
Things are set to change at this year’s Jaguar Simola Hillclimb with fewer classes and three King of the Hill trophies up for grabs.
In order to make this year’s Hillclimb a little fairer, the organisers... Read More
The next generation of Mercedes-Benz A-Class has been spotted in Scandinavia wearing less camouflage.
Picture credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien
The next, all-new version of the Mercedes-Benz A-Class is said to be... Read More
The Benz double-cab, set to become available on the local market early in 2018, has become an internet sensation in South Africa – where the bakkie is boss. We chatted to Volker Mornhinweg, Head of... Read More
After a positive start to 2017, things are holding station according to sales data from Naamsa. Take a look at February’s new car sales highlights.
After a marginal year-on-year gain in January 2017, February... Read More