NamWheels.com, Namibia’s favourite online motoring portal, announced the winners of their Car of the Year 2022 competition today.
Be honest now, did you know about Suzuki’s practical Baleno before it spawned a twin?
The artist formerly known as ML or M-Class can now be found in an even more refined state called GLE. I test-drove the big turbo-diesel 400d model.
Did you know that NamWheels has chosen a Namibian Car of the Year since 2015? We also employ your help in the final decision, as was the case with our most recent winner.
D’you know what the world needs now? Other than love, sweet love? Six reasons you should immediately and unequivocally buy the new Suzuki Vitara Brezza.
It wasn’t easy choosing the finalists for our 2019 #NamWheels #CaroftheYear competition, seeing that 2020 got off to a bit of a rocky start… Nevertheless, here are the results of our annual award:
Still as determined as ever
Volkswagen of South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
From being a TV star to surrogate mom to many orphaned cheetah cubs that come to N/a’an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary in Namibia, Lucky has lived quite the life. You might remember Luck as the three-legged cheetah which captured the hearts of South Africans in the Volkswagen Golf television commercial back in 2009.
TATA: Wat u nie geweet het nie!
Tata is reeds ‘n dekade of twee of meer ‘n vertroude naam in Namibië. Eers deur ingevoerde vragmotors uit Indië en later die bekendstelling van ‘n reeks bakkies en motors in suidelike Afrika. Die eerst Tata-bakkies wat hier vanaf die vloer gekoop kon word, was die Telcoline. Die naam van hierdie voertuig vertel eintlik die geskiedenis van die motormaatskappy.
Our keen sense of eyesight informs us on a daily basis that some of y’all don’t know (or remember) what a traffic light is for. Here is a quick refresher course for everyone’s benefit:
Driving in silence, it may be more fun than you think.
Going electric has always been a very vague concept, yet it’s been in the automotive industry for as long as the latter existed. How can you convince a petrolhead that driving on battery power might actually be fun?