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Touareg styled Volkswagen Amarok render a sign of things to come?

09.04.2018 by Autodealer

Touareg styled Volkswagen Amarok render a sign of things to come?

Showed at the recent New York Auto Show alongside the Atlas Cross Sport as the second concept model based on the Atlas, the Atlas Tanoak provided a glimpse of what a North American specific Volkswagen pick-up could like if given the production green light.
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Motorsport’s deciding moments

26.03.2018 by Charl Bosch

Motorsport’s deciding moments

It stands to reason that few sporting genres can pack the same level of tension, drama and excitement as motorsport.
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Porsche claims controversial SA COTY title

14.03.2018 by Sean Nurse

Porsche claims controversial SA COTY title

The 33rd edition of the oldest and most prestigious automotive awards ceremony in South Africa has again been surrounded by controversy as Porsche claimed its fourth title in six years with the Panamera being crowned the 2018 Wesbank South African Guild of Motoring Journalists (SAGMJ) Car of the Year recently.
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Suzuki making the most of 4WD

27.02.2018 by Charl Bosch

Suzuki making the most of 4WD

I must admit that a sense of “Why am I doing this again?” cropped up when an invitation from Suzuki to attend an off-road experience at Bass Lake near Vereeniging landed in my inbox recently.
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Breakfast run: SA Torque style

21.02.2018 by Justin Jacobs

Breakfast run: SA Torque style

I recently attended a breakfast run organised by SA Torque, an automotive car club that specialises in hosting events for car lovers.
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COTY test days hailed as a success

06.02.2018 by Sean Nurse

COTY test days hailed as a success

It’s that time of the year again where the best cars released to the public throughout the previous year are put through their paces during the two-day Wesbank SAGMJ Car of the Year testing procedure.
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Road fatalities continue in December

29.01.2018 by Sean Nurse

Road fatalities continue in December

It’s that time of year again; everyone is returning to work after a busy and (hopefully) restful, festive period. This time of the year is a sad one for most, and is particularly painful for those who lost loved ones to illness, old age, and indeed, road fatalities and other accidents throughout the December period.
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Should FCA consider a Ram based SUV?

23.01.2018 by Autodealer

Should FCA consider a Ram based SUV?

Having shown the new 1500 pick-up at the recent North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the next step for Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) owned Ram would be a body-on frame SUV spin-off to not only rival the likes of Ford, General Motors, Nissan and Toyota, but also cash-in on a segment that in recent years has r ...
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Suzuki, a global powerhouse

23.01.2018 by Justin Jacobs

Suzuki, a global powerhouse

I was recently invited by Suzuki Motors South Africa to get a closer look at the giant that is Maruti Suzuki India and to find out just why it is the largest automaker in the country.
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