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Are you looking for the most affordable automatic double-cab bakkies available in South Africa? Take a look at this list…
The automatic trend is easily understood when you consider that many double-cab bakkies... Read More
Toyota has re-introduced the Land Cruiser 78 Wagon to market. See details below.
Few offroaders have garnered as much respect as the Toyota Land Cruiser 70. Back in 2015, Toyota discontinued the Land Cruiser 78... Read More
Last year Volkswagen introduced the special edition Polo Vivo Mswenko to market and we recently spent some time with this fashion-forward derivative. Watch Ciro De Siena's video review above and check out what... Read More
The Forester is an often-overlooked choice in the family-car segment, so will the introduction of a more powerful engine into the range draw more traffic to Subaru showrooms? We put the new 2.5-litre boxer... Read More
A thoroughly-revised Q7 was introduced in South Africa towards the end of 2020. Has the notable styling-, mechanical- and interior upgrades to Audi's Premium SUV propelled it to the top of... Read More
McLaren has unleashed a new hybrid supercar! Meet the Artura!
McLaren is renowned for producing beautiful and very fast supercars and the brand’s latest reveal, the Artura, remains true to the brand while also... Read More
Fuel prices in South Africa are set for another steep increase in March 2021.
The Automobile Association (AA) has commented on unaudited mid-month fuel price data and the forecast shows another round of sharp... Read More
Audi has taken the wraps off its new all-electric e-tron GT which represents the pinnacle of the Ingolstadt-based brand’s electric vehicle portfolio. See what it’s packing below…
The pinnacle of... Read More
Maladministration might result in the delay of the forthcoming Demerit System.
The controversial Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act which was due to come into effect as of 1 July... Read More