New Kia Picanto reaches SA

  Entry-level motorists have been awarded a refreshed offering with the arrival of the new Kia Picanto, the third generation of the South Korean brand’s budget hatchback. On the outside, The Picanto has demonstrated the current evolution of car design from curves to edges, taking on an even more youthful approach to its design than... Continue Reading →


Review: Toyota Etios 1.5 Sprint sedan

So, a little personal history. During the eighteen months it took me to go from having a learners to a drivers, I had made use of four different cars on my way to becoming the competent and law-abiding motorist that I claim to be. The range was wide, from my sister’s Tata Indica (no direction... Continue Reading →

BMW reveals new X3

  The wraps have finally come off BMW’s new X3, the third generation of the German automaker’s mid-size SUV. Launched back in 2003, the X3 has been a successful entrant in its segment, with over 1.5 million units having been registered during the last 14 years. The X3 and its design follow that of BMW’s... Continue Reading →

Review: Toyota Yaris 1.5 Pulse

We live in an ever-changing strange world, ladies and gentlemen. A world where celebrities and politicians can be one of the same, and where kids can enjoy an ice cream sundae served in a bowl made of bacon (yes, the Bacon Bowl is a real thing, and may our deities show us mercy for it).... Continue Reading →

Photo feature: 2017 Porsche Parade East London

Mickey Plagis of Johannesburg smiles as his Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet is lined up for the next time-trial run at East London Grand Prix Circuit. This weekend saw the Eastern Cape cities of Bisho and East London playing host to the Porsche Club's Annual Parade, sponsored by ExxonMobil. Sunday's itinerary saw 105 Porsche  drivers take part in... Continue Reading →

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