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Land Rover Gear aimed at avid cyclists

20.07.2018 by Sean Nurse

Land Rover Gear aimed at avid cyclists

The Land Rover brand has always been associated with a variety of lifestyle activities. Whether it’s off-roading, golf, kayaking or cycling, the British marque has catered for its customers with what it calls the Gear Packages.
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Jeep Wrangler vs. Mozambique

02.05.2018 by Justin Jacobs

Jeep Wrangler vs. Mozambique

The Jeep Wrangler is a vehicle that needs very little in terms of an introduction. It is, in basic terms, an American version of the Land Rover Defender and has, like the Landy, accumulated somewhat of a cult following the world over.
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Why the Renault Duster is near perfect

07.12.2017 by Justin Jacobs

Why the Renault Duster is near perfect

I get to drive many different cars in my line of work; some are purely performance oriented, others are more luxury focused, while some are budget cars, and then there are the bakkies. Every now and then though, a car comes along that just blows me away and believe it or not, the Renault Duster is one such car.
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Nissan X-Trail long term update: Powering all four wheels explained

17.02.2017 by Justin Jacobs

Nissan X-Trail long term update: Powering all four wheels explained

For the last few months I have been spending quite a bit of time with our long term Nissan X-Trail. It has a 1.6-litre turbodiesel engine which is fantastic on the long road, light on fuel and it offers some decent torque.
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Trailblazing to Magoebaskloof

17.02.2017 by Sean Nurse

Trailblazing to Magoebaskloof

As someone who reviews cars for a living, I like to consider what those who are shopping for new wheels might be interested in, while simultaneously leaving some room for scepticism when conducting these tests.
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Mazda’s BT-50 revamped for 2017

10.02.2017 by Sean Nurse

Mazda’s BT-50 revamped for 2017

The bakkie segment is heating and up at a rather alarming rate, and why wouldn’t it? I mean it is the biggest sector within the local automotive sphere. Therefore, if a manufacturer produces a bakkie then it simply makes good business sense to have it competing in our bustling LCV segment.
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A taste of the Dakar

11.11.2016 by Justin Jacobs

A taste of the Dakar

I’ve never been to Upington before, mostly because I have heard is one of the hottest places in our country and the heat and I just don’t like each other, hence I’ve always stayed clear of that place.
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Mercedes-Benz bakkie to be called X-Class

26.10.2016

Mercedes-Benz bakkie to be called X-Class

Recently Mercedes-Benz Vans provided a select media contingent an opportunity to see its new bakkie concept in Sweden. The aptly named X-Class may only be a concept for now, but with underpinnings from the Nissan Navara and a South African launch date pinned for early 2018, it is really not far away from production.
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Don't miss X-Track Racing Series

15.07.2016

Don't miss X-Track Racing Series

Saturday is the ideal time to get the family out of the house to have some fun at the KZN leg of the 4x4 X-Track Racing Series 2016 being held at Highstakes, Cato Ridge.
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