Is beauty a valid argument for buying a car? In our rugged Namibian environment with its even more rugged vehicles and drivers, we think that it certainly can be. A quick test of this Alfa Romeo Giulia proves that…
Like it or not, our automotive world has moved in a distinct direction. Once everyone in Namibia (actually, southern Africa) had figured out how practical a modern SUV can be, there was no stopping its proliferation. Although the performance-SUV is nothing new, I recently tested this exciting newcomer from Alfa…
Die kompakte SUV-mark (Sportsnutsvoertuig) raak ál hoe meer versadig met elke vervaardiger wat deesdae probeer om hul stempel af te druk. Alfa Romeo is ook een van die nuutste vervaardigers wat hierdie mark probeer betree met hul nuwe ‘luukse’ SUV.
Everybody makes SUV’s nowadays – Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Volkswagen, Bentley, Maserati and even Alfa Romeo. We took their new Stelvio for a spin to find out what it’s like…
A new car, lots of information in short paragraphs.
What you need to know: Alfa Romeo used to build lithe little runabouts which – with a bit of tinkering – would perform like sports cars. If you need any proof of this claim, just hurl names like Spider, Giulia (say: Julia), Sud or GTV at the nearest elderly gentlemen and get ready for wide-eyed tales of automotive antics.
Bellissima! We drive Alfa’s gorgeous new Giulia.
South Africans and Namibians have both had a long-lasting love affair with Alfa Romeo’s delectable Giulia. The passionate relationship (for Alfisti, at least) started 55 years ago when the original Giulia, the Tipo 105 Berlina, and its subsequent sub-types became the first Alfa model range to be built in South Africa in substantial numbers.
The simple grouch
This review should be one of the easiest and shortest texts I have ever composed but the vehicle in question evokes such vastly differing emotions (also for yours truly) that it threatens to bloat my report into novel proportions. You see, I’ve just spent a week driving Land Rover’s Defender 110 Heritage Edition.
Despite fluctuating sales the motoring industry has never offered more diversity and consumers are absolutely spoilt rotten for choice when it comes to selecting their next set of wheels. We at NamWheels have compiled a wee list of cars which we believe to be hidden gems.