It’s fairly certain that we will soon refer to events as pre-Corona, post-COVID or some other virus-induced terminology. This cheerful Citroën arrived (and swiftly departed) just before local lockdown started, which gave me plenty of time to surmise if it belongs in our post-virus existence.
By now it should be a well-known fact that the Renault Duster was actually born as a Romanian Dacia budget SUV. This second generation is more polished as I found out during my time with a Techroad model.
The Renault Kwid is nothing new – or special – so they dressed up this “Climber” model for extra curb-side appeal. Has it worked?
I have nightmares. Going to school in my underwear or falling off a cliff pale in significance to the one about a gigantic wall of cars rolling up my street. Three, four, five cars high and tumbling one over the other, the mass of [insert Yankee slang here] compact crossover SUV’s [end slang] grows bigger and bigger as it nears my house…
Volkswagen just completed their T-themed SUV range with the much-anticipated T-Roc model. On sale in southern Africa from November 2020, we give you some of the details:
Preconceptions can be a dangerous or irritating thing but my recent test of a small Peugeot showed that they can also be shattered.
Faltering economies and a wanderlust virus have wreaked havoc with many people’s wallets so NamWheels takes a good look at another budget vehicle.
Apparently Mercedes-Benz recently updated their mid-size E-Class sedan range and now – thank you, COVID-19 – the convenience of online launches granted NamWheels an invite to the digital launch of the two-door Coupé and Convertible derivatives. Here are a few details:
Tired of Porsches and exotic Jags? We Namibians have our own idea of what the Car of the Year should have been…
In tough times we need sensible, affordable vehicles and Honda has a pretty good one…