NamWheels, Galimoto Media’s flagship publication, announced their Car of the Year 2020 today on Namibian Independence Day.
Tired of Porsches and exotic Jags? We Namibians have our own idea of what the Car of the Year should have been…
An alternative to a failing transport sector: The city slicker duel
Since the start of the new decade, we’ve been fortunate to test a range of small hatchbacks, made for the ever-increasing demand of compact, affordable cars for the expanding urban jungle. Some would agree that our public transport systems are becoming a potential headache, with safety being the main concern. Should a new car be the only option to leave this problem behind, we may be able to help.
Who needs an in-depth review when you can subject a popular new car to completely random (and often nonsensical) tests? Watch the bizarre randomness below:
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…
Which series shares a code with the Atos? And how many generations of Sonata have there been? Take a look at our condensed list of Hyundai model codes to answer these and any other questions.
The excessive yacht
Pass the caviar and that black credit card; I’m still high from driving a car so superior and luxurious that only real Beluga and serious retail therapy will cure my withdrawal symptoms. The Mercedes-Benz CL63 AMG is near the top of Merc’s price list and makes damn sure you (and others) know about it.