The GWM M4 has nothing in common with BMW’s tarmac-searing sportscar... apart from its name. But the Chinese-made light crossover, which competes with the Renault Sandero Stepway, Toyota Etios Cross and... Read More
Great Wall Motors have certainly persevered and relatively successfully embedded the brand in the South African market. While the company is probably better known for its range of bakkies, the Chinese brand is looking... Read More
GWM has introduced an upgraded version of its M4 light crossover in South Africa.
The GWM M4 was introduced to the South African market in 2014 and this latest version adds daytime running lights, rear park... Read More
GWM South Africa is launching a Safety Version of the Steed 5 single and double cab that will come fitted with dual airbags and ABS with EBD.
The GWM Steed 5 2.2 MPI 4x2 single and double cab Safety Version will be... Read More
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In the third installment of our three-way bakkie shootout, we headed back to our massive, secret gravel pit to test arguably the most important aspect of any bakkie’s dynamics: the ability to... Read More
It's a fact, South Africans love bakkies and they sell by the thousands in Mzansi. For relatively new manufacturers competing in this segment, business is tough, something GWM knows all too well. Bakkie buyers are... Read More
The bakkie market is one of the most competitive in Southern Africa. I can understand why, bakkies tick most of the boxes in terms of workhorse capability, offroad ability and there’s a nice lifestyle outdoors... Read More