Rising food prices, steep fuel price hikes, spiraling cost of living, and the eventual threat of recession. Newspapers, websites, and social media channels are swarmed with these dooming phrases.
The darkest horse of them all
The Suzuki Baleno was introduced into the Southern-African market in 2016 and while it has not created many waves since, we at NamWheels believe it to be the other way around. Why look away from a car with outstanding fuel consumption, massive amounts of space, a reliable engine, and a B-segment price, even if it challenges the price offering of most C-segment cars?
Toilet paper. Airtime. Socks. Not only do these everyday necessities have a symbolic resemblance to my latest test car, I’m also waffling a bit because I’m fairly convinced that nobody hunts for reviews of budget seven-seater minivans. Or do they? In which case, welcome, dear friend of big cars for small money…