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Best-selling vehicles in SA

With the new year in full swing, we take a look at some of the top-selling vehicles in SA by segment for December 2017.

Would you want to pump your own fuel?

‘One of the strangest things about driving overseas, is having to pump your own fuel. Would you want to?’ asks Lance Branquinho.

News

Top-selling bakkies in 2017: 4000 units separate SA market leaders

Facing its toughest challenge for top honours in years, Toyota Hilux managed to dominate South Africa’s bakkie market in 2017.

Motorsport

Dakar Rally: Heartbreak for Ten Brinke/Perin in Stage 13

If ever there was a stage on the Dakar that proved what a fickle mistress this event can be, then Stage 13 was it for Toyota Gazoo Racing SA.

Partner Content

The top five most read AutoTrader articles of 2017

If your 2017 flew by before your eyes and you happened to miss these awesome articles when they came-round the first time, here’s a recap of the top 5 articles you might have missed.

Review: Why the Renault Duster ticks all the boxes as a daily drive

2018-01-20 06:00

The Renault Duster made its debut in South Africa in 2013. Wheels24's Janine Van der Post says it has taken almost five years for to drive one but the SUV quickly became a part of her family.

Dakar Rally: Al-Attiyah cruises to Stage 13 victory

2018-01-20 01:41

Nasser Al-Attiyah cruised to his third win of the race during the 13th stage of the Dakar Rally, meanwhile Carlos Sainz closed in on a second title.

SA car sales 2017: VW Polo Vivo, Toyota Fortuner run rampant

2018-01-19 20:00

The Volkswagen Polo Vivo and Toyota Fortuner led the sales charts for passenger cars at the end of 2017.

Sports car sales 2017: Mustang rules the stable

2018-01-19 16:00

The Ford Mustang is the undeniable king of sports cars in South Africa; from a sales point of view, at least. Over the course of 2017, 898 new Mustangs were signed off to new owners at an average of 75 units per month.

Dakar Rally: Walkner maintains bike lead as Price wins Stage 13

2018-01-20 00:09

Matthias Walkner will take a 20-minute lead into the final day of the Dakar Rally, after finishing fourth behind winner Toby Price on Friday's penultimate bikes stage.

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