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Mazda MX-5 RF misses one crucial ingredient

15.04.2019 by Justin Jacobs

Mazda MX-5 RF misses one crucial ingredient

Small sports cars used to be weekend warriors. They were driver orientated toys that you could enjoy for two or three days before parking it and getting back into your executive sedan for the Monday to Friday grind.
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Updated Suzuki Ciaz much improved

09.04.2019 by Sean Nurse

Updated Suzuki Ciaz much improved

The small sedan segment isn’t exactly booming, however, with personal mobility solutions such as Uber requiring such vehicles, we do tend to come into contact with these types of vehicles fairly often on local roads.
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Updated Datsun Go more appealing

05.04.2019 by Sean Nurse

Updated Datsun Go more appealing

It’s no secret that I’m not a fan of the Datsun Go and the car with which it shares a platform, the Renault Kwid. Since the Go’s introduction in 2012, it has become a regular sight on local roads.
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Flagship Ford Figo impresses

04.04.2019 by Sean Nurse

Flagship Ford Figo impresses

The current generation Ford Figo has been a budget contender that has eluded me as a motoring scribe since its introduction in 2015.
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Renault Koleos returns with a point to prove

04.04.2019 by Charl Bosch

Renault Koleos returns with a point to prove

Its name might not be new to South Africans, but the expectations placed on the returning Renault Koleos extend well beyond its drastic redress from the bulbous first generation that said au revoir in 2016.
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New Subaru Forester keen on being premium

11.03.2019 by Charl Bosch

New Subaru Forester keen on being premium

The age-old saying of “actions speak louder than words” likely rates as the last thing many think about when it comes to cars, as the need to be different from a competitor often outweighs convention.
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Mazda3 sedan pick of the segment

14.02.2019 by Sean Nurse

Mazda3 sedan pick of the segment

The Mazda3 is due to be replaced relatively soon, but recently, I was given a top-spec 2.0 Astina Plus sedan to drive for a week.
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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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