March 2020

Cover stories
DRIVE: Volkswagen Golf 2,0 TDI DSG. The new Volkswagen Golf 8 features an incredible array of tech but does it still do the basics properly?
TEST: Kia Seltos 1,4 TGDI GT-Line DCT. It may be a late arrival on the small-crossover scene but the Seltos is difficult to ignore.
DRIVE: Haval H2 1,5T Luxury 6AT. South Africans have really taken to the H2 and the facelift promises to attract even more buyers to Haval showrooms.
TECH FEATURE: Understanding bearings. Motoring involves continuous movement between many mechanical components. This would be impossible without bearings.
INSIGHT: Sony Vision-S. Sony looks to the electric vehicle future with its bold Vision-S concept.

Also in this issue
DRIVE: Mahindra Pik Up S11 AT 4×4. Automatic double cabs are big business in South Africa. Keen to join the action, Mahindra recently launched an automatic variant of the Pik Up.
CONSUMER: Organised chaos. How to make a man cave look respectable…
TEST: Mercedes-Benz V250d Avantgarde 7G-tronic. The V-Class gets a facelift and, in V250d Avantgarde specification, is the most luxurious family van in our market.
FEATURE: Classic drive: 1958 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith Touring Limousine. Dating back to an era where you selected the car body you wanted, this Rolls-Royce presents the ultimate in style and luxury from the 1950s.
SPEED: F1 feature: winds of change. F1’s governing body has returned to the drawing board – and the wind tunnel – in search of improved on-track action.


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