I’ve typed it before and I’ll type it again: the Toyota Hilux doesn’t actually need reviewing. Surely its fans are already convinced of its “awsumness” and need no further encouragement?
Toyota is an automotive company which really and truly puzzles me. I’m sure there are good reasons for it but why does one of the biggest players have to co-develop or badge engineer models?
When you’re shopping for a large MPV (that’s just a trendy acronym for “van”) naturally you’d gravitate towards Volkswagen or Mercedes; possibly Hyundai. Well, you may now add a fourth brand to that list.
Lexus lent us a small city SUV hybrid effort which is as achingly trendy as it is expensive…
Somewhere between all those hideously expensive luxury SUV’s and the oh-so trendy compact crossovers lives a whole horde of bakkie-based rustic 4×4’s with seven seats. We tested the face-lifted Isuzu offering.
People don’t want sedans anymore; especially in southern Africa. That’s a huge pity though, because this one is excellent…
How does that old saying go…? “Competition never sleeps.” This is one of the main reasons why Mercedes-Benz is in the middle of a full-on product offensive. Next to new gizmos and a mushrooming SUV line-up, they’ve also updated their entry-level offerings.
Small crossover Jaguar, small diesel engine, small thirst. So is there anything about this Jag that isn’t tiny?
“There’s no replacement for displacement…” is an often-used phrase whose author I couldn’t determine. Usually it goes together with enormous V8 motors but it also applies to this cut-price Ford Figo model…
New car with an out-dated drivetrain or reliability in a modern suit? We find out: