I always thought that large Toyota SUV’s are loved by the entire nation but it turns out that some people are not fond of them.
I detest click-bait. And blatantly fluffed-up, agonisingly drawn-out, mostly American pieces that waste a substantial part of your life to eventually impart no more than a few seconds of valuable information. So, in order to not string you along any further: this Peugeot bakkie is not that great.
In our increasingly complicated and bewildering modern lifestyles, I find more and more favour in simple things. Easy stuff. There’s a wonderful wholesomeness to a device that only does what it’s supposed to, and thank Heavens we still get automobiles of such a type: like this Suzuki Swift.
Confusion. I never knew that cars could suffer from it…
One of the easiest jobs in the world is that of an armchair critic. Especially in today’s egocentric society, it’s so convenient to sit behind the safety of your keyboard and spread hatred to whatever takes your fancy. I kept that in mind while reviewing this new Mazda bakkie…
Welcome to automotive First Class. This GLS63 AMG is top drawer stuff, an exuberant show of wealth peppered with every imaginable gadget and unimaginable levels of power.
While our automotive market surges ahead with downsizing and/or electrification, there are a few vehicles which either didn’t get the memo yet, or they’re desperately waiting for a newer version to take the baton. And with both their names promising dynamism, how could we not compare these two oddball SUV’s?
One of our least-favourite cars in 2021 now comes with the dreaded CVT ‘box of many revs, no gears and plenty whining. Can it get any worse?
Shattered. Destroyed. My illusion of one day buying a Defender 90 for my little family lies in tatters. But it’s not for the usual reasons…
This is the brand-new Hyundai Grand Creta and, unless you work for the company, you’re probably just as surprised as we are about its sudden appearance.