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SA's best-selling cars

Continuing its trend as South Africa’s best-selling passenger car, Volkswagen has sold more than 2300 Polo Vivos in March 2017.

How Porsche will help local youths in SA

Porsche SA has opened its new Training Centre in Cape Town which aims to provide opportunities for 75 youths from disadvantaged backgrounds in the auto industry.

SPIED: Land Rover Disco 5 spotted in SA?

An eagled-eyed Wheels24 user spotted a heavily camouflaged SUV at a Land Rover dealer in Stellenbosch. Is this the new Discovery 5?

 

SPIED: Lexus TX crossover

2015-08-28 07:52

Spy shots of the new Lexus TX, a seven-seat variant of the new RX, has emerged. View the gallery!

Watch Alfa's 380kW M3 rival testing on track

2015-08-27 12:17

The Alfa Romeo Guila QV has been spotted testing at the Nurburgring, it uses a V6 turbo petrol engine kicking out a delicious 380kW. The QV speeds to 100km/h in 3.9sec.

SPIED: BMW M4 GTS

2015-08-19 14:17

Remember the hardcore version of the E46 BMW? The CSL? Well, the automaker has a 370kW version of the current M4 in the works. We have spy pictures.

SPIED: Jaguar F-Type RS roadster

2015-08-19 10:33

Spy shots have emerged of an RS version of the Jaguar F-Type roadster, this kitty is likely to use the same 5-litre V8 that powers the top-end models, but with more power.

SPIED: Ferrari F12 GTO

2015-08-18 11:53

Spy shots of a beefier version (if that's even possible?) of the Ferrari F12 GTO has surfaced. We have all the awesome details.

SPIED: Facelifted Porsche Boxster

2015-08-10 07:04

Spy photographers spotted a facelifted version of the Porsche Boxster totally undisguised.

SPIED: Alfa's new Giulia at the ‘Ring

2015-07-16 13:34

Alfa Romeo is preparing a mainstream version of its Giulia. Check out the new sedan being tested at Germany’s Nurburgring.

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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Drunk driving in SA: 'Harsh penalties unlikely to reduce number of incidents'

'Harsh penalties could help to engender a feeling of fear of the consequences of drunk driving but are unlikely to reduce the number of incidents,' says Rhys Evans, director of ALCO-Safe.

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