Here's why Toyota's Rush is doing so well

Toyota has apparently now completed its utter domination of the SA gravel travel market, writes Lance Branquinho.

Suzuki’s new Swift hatch and sedan in SA

Suzuki kicks off its new model assault with an all new Swift hatchback and standalone sedan called the Dzire.

No local recall for Nissan

2010-03-03 12:53
Nissan SA has confirmed that no local vehicles are affected following its latest global recall.

The latest in a spate of recalls to hit global car manufacturers relates to partially disengaging brake pins and, on vehicles with higher mileages, inaccurate fuel gauges.

No accidents or injuries have been reported, and Nissan assures that all vehicles currently being sold are free of these problems.

Nissan South Africa on Wednesday issued a statement saying none of the vehicles sold locally are affected.

“We would like to assure our customers that the recall pertains to vehicles sold predominantly in North America,” said Nissan SA Sales, Marketing and Aftersales Director, Johan Kleynhans.


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