Suzuki follows the philosophy of designing quirky, reliable, and sensible cars. Think of the Ignis, the Jimny, Celerio, and the S-Presso. While we think Suzuki’s recent sales success is mainly due to its reliability, it is also mainly due to its motto of designing affordable and stand-out cars.
What are the most complicated things on the planet? Easy. Rocket Science, Quantum Physics, Nuclear Fission, Ford Ranger model line-up. In that order.
Many moons ago, “Sport” badges would identify performance models of a vehicle series. Nowadays? They are exclusively used to denote niche-filling SUV’s with black decals. Meet the new Ford Everest Sport!
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.
My bekoring vir die Suzuki Swift het sowat 14 jaar gelede begin. Toe Per-Gunnar Anderson in ‘n helder-geel Swift Super 1600 die FIA Junior Wêreld Tydren kampioenskap gewen het. Met drie seges het Anderson die seisoen domineer. In soortgelyke styl het Aaron Burkart die laaste S1600 jaar in 2010 verower. Hierna sou die Junior Wêreld Tydren kampioenskap na R2 masjiene beweeg.
My word, this car’s name is quite a mouthful. So is it a real OPC or just a Sport? Read on to find out…
Hyundai South Africa appears to be a company with its finger on the pulse, reacting to market demands with the sort of speed and innovation we last saw in the late 80’s. While most of its rivals are hamstringed by dreary corporate rules these days, Hyundai still gets to play a little and produce bespoke cars like this Tucson Sport.