IT IS easy for hardened four-wheel drive enthusiasts to sneer at the soft off-roader.
LOCAL vehicle manufacturers seem quite confused on the subject of the automatic double-cab.
Cadillac is back, as the non-identical twin of the Saab 9-3
CITROËN’s Picasso may have been a latecomer to both the international and local MPV markets, but this French mono space has already secured itself a loyal following.
IT HAS pink badges, gold alloy wheels and somebody’s nailed an ironing board to the bootlid…
THE new Cayenne apart, Porsche has only ever built what are essentially two-seater sports cars, and the still-independent manufacturer has progressively earned an enviable worldwide reputation with its products.
MUCH to the joy of those with a sense of motoring history, marque character Ð something that all but disappeared with the realignments and takeovers of car companies in the ‘70s and ‘80s Ð has become a feature of the products of the late ‘90s and new millennium.
AUDI’S original compact Cabriolet, launched overseas in the early 1990s, was the perfect answer to the needs of a select group of devotees in search of something different from more mainstream dropheads such as the BMW 3-Series Convertible.
The best-looking CC yet?
You have to be a real Spiderman to appreciate this one…