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Reviewed: 2017 Hyundai Creta

From the fourth biggest seller of vehicles in South Africa.  Hyundai is offering yet another reliable vehicle to the South African Market.  It’s a compact cross-over which promises to deliver in all aspects and give it’s rivals a run for their money.  Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce to you the all new Hyundai Creta. The…

Reviewed: 2017 BMW 530i

Does it matter if all modern cars start to look the same, if your slick new 2017 BMW 530i could easily be mistaken for a 7 Series twice the price? The new entry point to 5 Series ownership isn’t cheap, of course, but it’s certainly cheaper than you might expect. There are a couple of…

Reviewed: Honda Civic Sport

What do you expect from a mainstream car? If you’re talking about the Honda Civic, then those expectations vary hugely, with what’s considered a “must-have” proving just as broad as the age range of the car’s audience. It’s no small issue, and one Honda can’t afford to ignore. Some drivers prioritise economy above all else;…

First Drive: Suzuki Ignis on launch

In an age of homogenized design, the Ignis is unmistakably a Suzuki and, internally, it’s known as the company’s latest and most affordable “halo car” following yesteryear’s Swift and Baleno. It’s the heart and soul of the company – no pun intended – and in its five years of planning it’s set to smoke the…

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