I have had the privilege of meeting the amazing adventurer and philanthropist Kingsley Holgate on three occasions now. Twice on Land Rover new-model launches and once with… Read more →
Land Rover continues to grow market share across the range and has just released the upgraded 2014 Discovery. The main mechanical change is the adoption… Read more →
Already a popular and exciting addition to the Range Rover, er, range, the Evoque now receives a more affordable entry-level model called the Pure. This… Read more →
The Team Castrol Toyota crews of Duncan Vos and Rob Howie, and Anthony Taylor and Chris Birking broke a 13 year curse of Toyota not being able to win at its home event – the Toyota Kalahari Botswana 1000 Desert Race – on the weekend as they cruised to a 1-2 finish and cemented their stranglehold on the championship.
Former South African champions Duncan Vos Rob Howie clinched their second win in the ABSA Off Road championship.
It was a good weekend for Toyota Motorsport as the outfit won in Mpumalanga at the Toyota Dealer 400 when Duncan Vos and Rob Howie eclipsed the competition and broke the decade-long drought that last saw the team take the spoils of victory at a home event at the Toyota Desert Race of 1999 – which was held in Botswana.
Former champion Duncan Vos and Rob Howie led home team mates Anthony Taylor and Chris Birkin to give the factory team a convincing one/two victory in round three of the Absa Offroad Championship.
Toyota South Africa has announced a recall service campaign to correct potentially-faulty accelerator pedal mechanisms in 52 546 cars, including Corolla, Auris and Verso models. However, CAR technical editor Jake Venter stresses that consumers need not be alarmed by the recall, because the number of claimed “sticking throttle incidents” in North America are, although not insignificant, relatively minor compared the number of vehicles sold in that massive market.
I have the following questions on car safety. 1. I n a high speed emergency situation, can the driver of an ABS-equipped vehicle (but no… Read more →