The wait is finally over… time to heat up the popcorn!
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:
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:
Final Golf 7 to hit South-African roads with some TCR vrrrrpha!
As the world currently sees itself in a pandemic, most of us are eagerly waiting to take on the roads again. Well, Volkswagen South Africa might just have the perfect solution, but you will have to jump as only a very limited number of these models will be sold in southern Africa.
Suzuki isn’t exactly known for innovation. Value for money, yes. Reliability and no-frills motoring, most certainly. But now the Japanese brand may add more glory to their local, award-winning reputation with the innovative launch of their new S-Presso compact urban SUV.
Dit nadat dit in 2018 omvattende toetse op van Suid-Afrika se ergste padtoestande deurgaan het, is Suid-Afrika heel gepas die eerste land waar die nuwe opgeknapte Mahindra Pik Up met outomatiese ratte bekend gestel is.
Brand loyalty has many forms and sources which are especially resilient in our local market. Hyundai has finally made an attempt to infiltrate the southern African hot hatch segment and we attended the S.A. launch to see if the i30 N stands a chance against the Golf GTi’s and Type R’s of this world.
Toying with the idea of a compact city SUV? Besides the new Volkswagen T-Cross, Volvo’s chic XC40 and a stampede of other trendy pavement hoppers, there’s now this new Venue from Korean manufacturer Hyundai.
Datsun aims to broaden market share with CVT range
Have you heard any rumors during the past few weeks, stating that Datsun might move out of South Africa? Well, think again. Datsun and Nissan South Africa have the best possible answer to counter any suspicion.
Second-hand Vivo or Figo. That’s usually my answer when someone asks what they should buy for their graduating child or retiring parent. When they counter with affordable new cars, I often have the devil’s own job explaining why they shouldn’t buy a cheapy for Junior or Ouma. That is, until now…