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Opel Corsa still SA’s fav

Opel Corsa still SA’s fav

This as I conducted a review on the 1.2T Elegance recently. I enjoyed every minute of it, from one shop to another, since one cannot travel outside Gauteng, as we observe the adjusted level 4 Covid-19 hardlock down regulations –now extended until 25 July (depending on the kind of job we do).     The Opel […]

Formula E headed to Cape Town in 2022

Formula E headed to Cape Town in 2022

The announcement was made this week by the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) in Geneva following a scheduled meeting to approve the Season 8 calendar by Formula E Operations. As the founding partner to e-Movement, Jaguar South Africa supported the bid to host the first Formula E event in Cape Town.  Richard Gouverneur, Managing Director, […]

3008 a ‘cat’ worth owning

3008 a ‘cat’ worth owning

The international brand Stellantis- owners of Peugeot and other celebrated models, launched the ‘three- thousand and eight (3008) their latest offering in Kaapstad. To make up, they delivered this ‘cat’ and it caused uneasiness amongst neighbours as they went for their gadgets to catch the glimpse of what has just landed on their ‘doorstep’. Yes, […]

Vitara Brezza ticks the box as a family SUV but…

Vitara Brezza ticks the box as a family SUV but…

Reasons are aplenty- but what continues to stand for me it is sales record that keeps outperforming its competitors. Of late, is the affordable Vitara Brezza that was dropped for a review purposes. Boasting a standard 77kW 5-speed manual transmission with a 1.5-litre engine, meaning it lacks power when taking off, as we experienced with […]

Suzuki ‘Swiftly’ moving along…

Suzuki ‘Swiftly’ moving along…

This follows the test drive we did on the new Suzuki Swift recently. Its petite and convenient and with cost of living becoming expensive every hour, this comes-in handy be it first time buyer or student. The compact budget hatchback is powered by a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated (non-turbocharged) 4-cylinder petrol engine mated with manual gearbox. […]

(EV) Jaguar I-PACE ideal during loadshedding

(EV) Jaguar I-PACE ideal during loadshedding

Since you’ve just purchased your first electric vehicle (EV), should you be worried that you’ll be twiddling your thumbs until the electricity supply is restored? The short answer is, no! While there is certainly a degree of inconvenience that comes with load-shedding, the truth is that typical EV usage isn’t impacted much by scheduled blackouts. […]

Isuzu MU-X is a ‘dust eater’ so says the locals

Isuzu MU-X is a ‘dust eater’ so says the locals

Upon delivery at my residency, one could not help but notice the brash its associated with the MU-X. Drawing my attention were its lower and wider-looking rear among the sheet-metal improvements, along with auto levelling BI-LED projector headlamps, LED taillights and 18-inch alloy tyres. The chassis is the familiar ladder riding on a double-wishbone front […]

Isuzu Extended Cab ‘walks the talk’

Isuzu Extended Cab ‘walks the talk’

From commercial to family, bakkies continue to make inroads from marketing point of view. As such, since Isuzu SA took operations at the Port Elizabeth plant (it merged production of bakkies and trucks) the company’s gone on to win 2nd place in the Brand of the Year category at the 2019/20 #CarsAwards – powered by WesBank.   Simply put: customer […]

A brand new Citroën C3 lands on our SA shores

A brand new Citroën C3 lands on our SA shores

It comes with re-configured styling of which the manufacture hopes will make it compete in the SA market alongside rivals Ford Fiesta or VW Polo, amongst others. At the launch held in Joburg on Wednesday, we took it for a long, arduous drive snaking through the hills and valleys of both North West and Gauteng […]

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