July 2020

Cover stories
FEATURE: Suzuki S-Presso 1,0 S-Edition 5MT. Much has been written about Suzuki’s entry-level offering being SA’s cheapest new car. Does it make financial sense in a higher-spec, though?
TEST: Lamborghini Huracán Evo LP640-4. The bestselling Lamborghini of all time has been updated but thankfully retains its free-breathing V10 … and shatters records in the process.
DRIVE: Peugeot 2008 1,2 PureTech Turbo 96 kW AT and 208 1,5 HDi. Earlier this year, before the world turned upside down, we put the striking new 2008 (and 208) to the test.
FEATURE: Bucket-list moments. Delighting in a 911 L and Isetta.
TEST: Toyota Corolla Sedan 2,0 Xr CVT. The Toyota Corolla Sedan goes upmarket. Does its price justify it over the new Quest?

Also in this issue
DRIVE: BMW 730Ld Steptronic. BMW’s facelifted diesel 7 proves the S-Class needn’t be the de facto grand saloon.
CONSUMER: A game of car and mouse. Small critters can mean big mechanical issues for your motor.
TEST: Hyundai Tucson R2,0 CRDi Sport AT. Sometimes, it’s best to leave well alone. The Tucson Sport is a perfect case in point…
TECH FEATURE: Building a military vehicle. Civilian and military vehicles are vastly different breeds. We look at what it takes to
develop one ready for battle.
CONSUMER: Starter classic: Datsun 1200 and Fiat 128. If you’re looking for an affordable classic from the 1960s and ‘70s, should you go Japanese or Italian?

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