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.
Ford’s evergreen Fiesta returns with this "all-new" model and it’s coming to South Africa in Q2 of 2018, around the same time that the new Volkswagen Polo will arrive on the local market. How... Read More
The newest member of the Jaguar SUV family has been revealed. Here are 5 interesting things you need to know about the compact SUV.
1. It’s not electric
Despite the E suffix, the E-Pace is not an... Read More
Contemporary performance- and sportscars are excellent; they’re packed full of modern technologies that help keep them on the road when you can’t (or your driving talent abruptly reaches its... Read More
Land Rover’s most practical SUV returns with the loss of its numeric digit, but in an appreciably more stylish package.
The whole car is new, it has shed over 400 kg thanks to better use of... Read More
The funky Kia Soul compact family car/crossover received a facelift in the latter part of 2016 and the range acquired a new 1.6-litre turbodiesel derivative equipped with a manual gearbox. We gave it a whirl and this is... Read More
Toyota’s 86 sportscar had a recent facelift in order to improve its dynamics and styling. Have the changes dulled the 86's oversteer tendency or are the improvements for the better?
We Like:... Read More
The 3rd-generation BMW X3 executive crossover/SUV, which will be produced at BMW SA's plant in Rosslyn from next year, has been revealed ahead of its official debut at the Frankfurt motor show.
The BMW X3, as we... Read More
The newly facelifted GLA is paired with the commonsense turbodiesel engine. Is this where you should spend money if you’re in the luxury crossover market?
We like: More spacious than the A-Class,... Read More
Nearly six months after we first drove the monster AMG E63 S, it has arrived in SA. You're in for R1.8 million to get your hands on one, but it's one helluva good drive.
Mercedes-Benz is currently launching... Read More
Peugeot will be introducing an Africa-only double-cab bakkie, simply called the Pick Up. Could/should Peugeot South Africa be convinced to launch it in the local market?
The Pick Up will only be sold in Africa... Read More