NamWheels.com, Namibia’s favourite online motoring portal, announced the winners of their Car of the Year 2022 competition today.
It had to be done. A list of the fastest locally-available Bakkies (Afrikaans for pick-up trucks) we’ve ever tested, ranked by the best 0-100km/h acceleration time achieved out of a minimum of three runs.
Please note: this list only contains Double-Cab Turbo-diesel Bakkies!
Did you know that NamWheels has chosen a Namibian Car of the Year since 2015? We also employ your help in the final decision, as was the case with our most recent winner.
NamWheels, Galimoto Media’s flagship publication, announced their Car of the Year 2020 today on Namibian Independence Day.
It wasn’t easy choosing the finalists for our 2019 #NamWheels #CaroftheYear competition, seeing that 2020 got off to a bit of a rocky start… Nevertheless, here are the results of our annual award:
Have you seen our Top List of 0-100km/h times? You should, it’s really quite impressive. Anyway, we don’t just strap our fancy equipment to most press cars for testing their acceleration, no sir, since late 2016 we also do a once-off emergency stop from 100km/h. Here follows the list of cars from best to worst, by stopping distance:
Like last year, we asked you to vote for your favourites through our new website and social media pages but, unlike last year, y’all must’ve been so drunk that you couldn’t be bothered.
Whether you are storing your current car for a few weeks while going on holiday or if you are a serious car collector, here are a few pointers about storage which we picked up over the years: