While our automotive market surges ahead with downsizing and/or electrification, there are a few vehicles which either didn’t get the memo yet, or they’re desperately waiting for a newer version to take the baton. And with both their names promising dynamism, how could we not compare these two oddball SUV’s?
One of our least-favourite cars in 2021 now comes with the dreaded CVT ‘box of many revs, no gears and plenty whining. Can it get any worse?
Thanks to the unstoppable armada of SUV’s, hatchbacks are following their sedan brethren by dying a not-so-slow death in our sales charts. Nonetheless, Kia still makes this wholesome Rio and we give you our quick impression of it.
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?
Oor die afgelope paar jaar het Mahindra as ‘n redelike onlangse vervaardiger dit goed reg gekry om ons, die joernaliste by NamWheels, te beïndruk. Natuurlik is elke vervaardiger nie volmaak nie en sal nuwe vervaardigers wat die mark betree meer swart skape hê as ander. Met Mahindra het hierdie hoeveelheid aansienlik verander.
No, dear reader, I did not forget to add a model year to this article’s heading for this is supposed to be a purchasing aid for every single sporty Suzuki Swift model that arrived on Namibian soil. Our recent journeys with a 2020 Automatic press car definitely helped in this regard.
‘n Brullende, 331kW / 529Nm, 10-spoed monster vir onder R1 miljoen? Ja, jy het reg gelees. Die Ford Mustang 5.0 liter v8 GT word tans in Suider Afrika vir net R915 800 verkoop. In vergelyking met die kompetisie, mag hierdie dalk net ‘n winskoop wees.