22.1.2020 07:48 am
An attractive second-hand overseas ‘bargain’ may seem innocent enough, but it contributes to the proliferation of vehicle crime.
Cheap as they may be to a South African consumer that has been struggling under the weight of an under-performing economy for the better part of five years, the illegal import of vehicles from places as far as Japan, China and Singapore will prove more expensive in the end to the country through the loss of millions in revenue.
This more sensible RS can attract quite a few new buyers into the Renault camp.
The CVT makes traffic a breeze while the manual gearbox makes hilly roads fun.
Small as it is, this Mada is as equipped as executive vehicles a few classes above it.
Only time will tell if the market can make peace with a sporty version of the small Honda.
BMW X2 offers cutting edge technology as standard, such as Apple Car Play.
If you want the fastest, standard front wheel driven car, look no further.
The cavernous boot will swallow anything you throw at it – including a fridge.
Both models have a top speed of 230 km/h and both will accelerate to 100 in just over 7 seconds.
The pricing is extremely competitive, with something for everyone.
It yielded an acceptable average fuel consumption of 6.2 litres/100km.
It’s spacious, economical and fun to drive, but we think it needs a spare wheel.
This is a road-legal racer and the rollcage and rear wings are not for show.
It has clocked the class record around the Nurburgring in under 8 minutes.