Five minutes. That’s how long it took me to figure out which Hyundai Creta I’d been testing without copping out and phoning the friendly press office lady. Mind you, it used to be worse than this…
Sprint Review: 2022 Hyundai Grand Creta
We live in truly amazing times. Never mind mobile phones and other consumable gadgets, the variety of cars in today’s market is absolutely mind-boggling. Take this 7-seater Hyundai crossover, for example…
Launched: 2022 Hyundai Creta
Are you confused between the many different Hyundai SUV’s on the market? Don’t worry, we’ll use this refreshed Creta to get you up to speed.
Launched: 2022 Hyundai Grand Creta
This is the brand-new Hyundai Grand Creta and, unless you work for the company, you’re probably just as surprised as we are about its sudden appearance.
Tested: 2021 Hyundai Creta 1.5 Executive CVT
This recently launched, second generation of the Hyundai Creta always makes me think of Cars. As in the Disney animated movie series, “Cars”. Why? Because the animators put each automobile’s eyes in the windscreen when plainly – obviously – they should be the headlights!
First Drive: 2020 Hyundai Creta
How do you keep the insatiable SUV market interested in your wares? By refining them, of course. Hyundai South Africa just showed us how it’s done…
Bekendstelling: 2019 Mahindra XUV300
Mahindra se nuutste sportsnuts, die XUV300
In die passasiersmotormark in Suid-Afrika wat tans maar traag is, is die segment vir die kleiner gesinsmotor die enigste een wat groei toon. Hierdie nuwe produk van Mahindra is duidelik vir die mark bedoel. Dit word die XUV300 (drie dubbel nul) genoem en pas mooi in tussen sy twee familielede, die klein KUV100 en die groter XUV500.
Tested: 2018 Hyundai Creta 1.6D Executive
Oh dear, new year, old me. Despite my best efforts, one test car slipped through the 2018 review cracks and everyone gets an apology straight off the bat for my first story of the year. I’m sorry, Hyundai S.A. and dear readers, for only reviewing the Creta now.
Launch Report: 2018 Hyundai Kona
Perky Kona – New Hyundai makes a bold statement
Did you know that a host of kitesurfing speed records have been achieved in Namibia? That’s right, many have been set in the Walvis Bay and Lüderitz areas, and the fastest speed by a kitesurfer, as officially recognised by the world body for sailing, is 55,65 knots (that’s over 100 km/h!) set by Robert Douglas in Lüderitz.
Launch Report: 2018 Hyundai Creta & Tucson Facelift
Hyundai is busy refreshing its entire range, to save everyone some time they’re even doing it in pairs now with the Creta and Tucson.