John Beale believes all cars should come in correct wheel drive (rear wheel drive), and prefers old fashioned manual gears. He’s been writing about cars for over four years, and you can read some of his past writing on his blog, www.JTBeale.com. Beale spent a year on SA’s only car Podcast, the ZACarShow, leading the conversation with many of South Africa's top motoring journalists. John is the Motoring Editor for Fitness He Edition Magazine, and moonlights as the head of strategy at Cerebra.
It can still carry your bike in the back and get you through the mud, unlike many newer rivals,Nissan X-Trail, you’re still good in my books.
Nissan X-Trail dci 4x4 LE Auto review by John Beale
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The essential gangster rap “large sedan”, is now available with a Fiat sourced V6 diesel engine. Economy-toting rappers unite, the Chrysler 300C V6 is here.
“This is Motor City. And this is what we do”... Read More
The Ford Focus ST has grown up matured in everyday usability. Pity about the slow 0-100 time
Ford Focus ST review by John Beale
Say “hello” boet, for the new Focus ST has arrived … at an interesting time. The... Read More
The Toyota Land Cruiser is the preferred choice for miners and farmers in the most desolate areas. Toyota ads a double cab while we wait for the V8 Diesel.
Toyota Land Cruiser review by John Beale
Finally, the... Read More
It’s the most comfortable bakkie yet, but small capacity engines are putting off buyers. It shouldn’t be the case though; the Amarok is capable and pretty.
VW Amarok review by John Beale
The Amarok in itself is... Read More