KILLARNEY RACEWAY, Cape Town – Any superbike launch day corresponds with a high level of anticipation and the recent R1 launch was no different. Although… Read more →
“THAT’LL be R800 sir,” repeated the smiling petrol attendant, this time a little louder. It was by no means the first time I’ve had to fill up a car for that much
In the May 2012 issue of CAR we outline the steps that locally-based automotive enthusiasts need to take to import their dream cars to South Africa – one particular success story is Martin Kotze and his BMW 850 CSi.
It’s time for you to choose your favourite vehicles of 2011 for CAR’s Top 12, brought to you in association with FNB Vehicle Finance.
It’s not easy for a workshop to stay honest. The temptation to make a bit extra is often strong and the occasions to do so frequently arise.
A collection of some of the most newsworthy motor industry developments that took place during the fourth quarter of 2010 and start of 2011.
Confidence certainly appears to be returning to the South African economy, which bodes well for both the new and used automotive markets in 2011.
A collection of some of the most newsworthy motor industry developments that took place during the third quarter of 2010.
Alfa Romeo is capping off its centenary year celebrations with a showing of it gorgeous Golf-rivalling Giulietta, along with some of its iconic stable mates, in Johannesburg. In addition, the company has also announced the launch line-up and pricing for this model.
Following a R1 billion investment earlier this year, Renault’s new Sandero Stepway, produced at alliance partner Nissan’s Rosslyn assembly plant alongside its siblings, is ready to take on the light car market in a new outfit, adding crossover zeal to the rest of the Sandero range.