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.

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.


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.

Single vs. double cab: Which bakkies are more popular in SA?

2018-01-19 11:30

Workhorse or lifestyle vehicles - the choice between a single or double-cab is based solely on the potential owner’s needs. Which is more popular in South Africa?

Driverless cars might follow the rules of the road but what about the language of driving?

2018-01-19 08:37

Driving can involve a range of social signals and unspoken rules, some of which vary by country – even by region or city. How will driverless cars be able to navigate this complexity?

'Not a good idea!' - Readers respond to pumping your own fuel in SA

2018-01-19 09:18

'Our economy is nowhere near ready', 'SA needs work', 'I would love to pump my own fuel'... Wheels24 readers respond to pumping their own fuel locally.

Why don’t electric cars look like the future?

2018-01-19 08:06

Electric cars were supposed to be the future – or at least look like it. So now they’re here, why do they still look like ordinary petrol and diesel cars and not dazzling props from a science fiction film?

Volkswagen will start building cars in Rwanda

2018-01-18 14:17

The next milestone in Volkswagen's Sub Saharan Africa strategy becomes reality with the registration of its factory in Rwanda.

Arrived in SA: Mercedes lifts lid on C-Class cabriolet

19/10/2016 14:12 Mercedes-Benz' C-Class Cabriolet has finally arrived in South Africa, we have prices, details and a gallery.

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