Mercedes-Benz has bolstered its commercial product line-up with the release of the third generation Vito. Its designed to meet myriad business requirements, which is why the Vito’s offered in panel van and… Read more →
“A turbodiesel engine in a coupé?” you may ask. Yes, turbodiesel powertrains have come a long way and are actually favoured in Europe to petrol… Read more →
Gauteng towards the end of winter resembles a scorched Earth landscape with all of Nature’s colour pallet removed. This was especially prevalent when I walked… Read more →
I partially agree with the article “Diesel Dilemma” in your Feburary 2011 issue, but feel that certain points were quite biased. The author has purposely chosen vehicles as presented in the chart titled “time taken to pay off price difference” to make a point that buying a diesel won’t result in immediate savings. His sample was not comprehensive enough to come to such a conclusion.
Over the past couple of months I’ve had a happy time once more paddling in the shallows of the motoring journalism world after a long sabbatical.
The Freelander 2 continues to evolve into a highly accomplished little machine, especially compared to its dog of a predecessor.
Mercedes-Benz has announced the local launch of its recently-facelifted R-Class, and by the looks of things, the German premium manufacturer is trying to spread the MPV appeal.
Bold; that’s the word the neatly encapsulates the direction Mercedes-Benz is taking with the new design language showcased by the 2012 CLS
JERKING AUTOMATIC-BOXI have a 2005 Mercedes-Benz 220 CDI automatic. The car has done about 180 000 km and all the services were done on schedule… Read more →
I recently bought a Mercedes C320 CDI to last throughout my retirement. I obviously wanted a car that will last a long time but since… Read more →