It is not often that values of classic cars in South Africa is known. Overseas values are usually taken into account, and when a valueble… Read more →
In the September issue in the road test of the Mercedes Benz SLS AMG you talk about drysump lubrication. Can you explain what that entails?… Read more →
With the FIA GT3 European Championship as entertaining as this year’s season has proved thus far, Mercedes-Benz has seemingly made the right move in motorsport after Formula One, announcing recently that its SLS AMG GT3 is ready to order for next year.
The Loxion Motorshow returns to the Maponya Mall for the third time this year, and with the show having achieved considerable success in 2008 and 2009, local dealers have supported the cause of bringing motoring to the people of Soweto with much enthusiasm.
Among the favourite tweaks used by tuners to improve roadholding are lowering a car’s suspension and fitting uprated shocks. But, as with all modifications, there are right and wrong ways of doing this. Technical editor Jake Venter approached suspension g
What started life as a simple “get-together” for the Early Ford Club at the Westridge Tennis complex in 1992 is now South Africa’s longest running and most successful regional motoring event, the Durban Motor Show.
If you have a heart for cars, you probably would have appreciation for the classic cars that are going to be showcased at the 12th annual George Old Car Show during the weekend of 2 and 3 February 2008 at PW Botha Kollege in George.
Mercedes-Benz this week launched the seven-seater Viano (with Ambiente specification) in South Africa, making the turbodiesel-powered MPV significantly more luxurious – and expensive – than its cousin, the workmanlike Vito Crew Bus.
Mercedes Benz and Hella have developed a new Intelligent Light System with five different functions to suit several motoring conditions. The system is débuted on the new E-Class.