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Haval H9 is big on everything

11.02.2019 by Justin Jacobs

Haval H9 is big on everything

The Haval brand is slowly becoming a very common site on our roads and that is because this specific Chinese SUV manufacturer is offering decent vehicle for an equally decent amount of money.
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A Caddy worth wanting

07.02.2019 by Charl Bosch

A Caddy worth wanting

In the current automotive climate of SUVs dominating nearly every segment worldwide, it still seems odd as to why manufacturers are sticking with MPVs despite their inherent lack of lifestyle appeal.
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Road tripping in a Toyota Fortuner

05.02.2019 by Sean Nurse

Road tripping in a Toyota Fortuner

A few weeks ago in my Hyundai Kona road test, I alluded to the fact that I had two automotive companions throughout my December holiday period.
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Kona a new direction for Hyundai

04.02.2019 by Sean Nurse

Kona a new direction for Hyundai

Over the December period, I was fortunate enough to be the custodian of two vehicles which I alternated between over the course of five weeks. One of these vehicles was the Hyundai Kona in 1.0T Executive guise.
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BMW M760Li is sheer opulence

14.01.2019 by Justin Jacobs

BMW M760Li is sheer opulence

The BMW 7-series has long been the flagship model in the BMW range and one which ticks all the boxes for the business owner looking for the best mode of transport from meeting to meeting, a place where they can relax, escape the outside world and enjoy the best that BMW has to offer in terms of luxury and technology.
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Is it indeed worthy of being called the ‘S-class of vans’

31.12.2018 by Charl Bosch

Is it indeed worthy of being called the ‘S-class of vans’

The terms “luxury” and ‘van” are seldom used in the same sentence as the idea of a commercial vehicle equipped with amenities normally reserved for an upscale sedan, rated as unthinkable only a few years ago.
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Facelift Honda HR-V just misses the mark

31.12.2018 by Charl Bosch

Facelift Honda HR-V just misses the mark

A complete change of character is perhaps the best way to describe the current Honda HR-V compared to its predecessor that bowed out of production in 2006 after an eight-year lifespan.
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Can Mercedes-Benz’s most basic people hauler lug it?

24.12.2018 by Charl Bosch

Can Mercedes-Benz’s most basic people hauler lug it?

The recent influx of full-size vans at the Autodealer office has raised more than a few eyebrows from the editorial team, mostly as the result of each coming with an unforeseen surprise factor you would ordinarily not expect from a vehicle of this type.
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Mercedes-Benz C180 the gateway to the three-pointed star

19.12.2018 by Charl Bosch

Mercedes-Benz C180 the gateway to the three-pointed star

Despite having its roots vested in Germany, it would be fair to say that the Mercedes-Benz C-class has truly established itself as yet another South African “volks-wagen”.
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