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2016-09-17 07:30

Cape Town - The guys over TopCar are featuring load of cool motoring content in their September 2016 issue.

Kicking things off is a shootout between six of 2016's hottest cars that is sure to give the enthusiast something to scream about.

The new Volkswagen Tiguan has been launched in South Africa and TopCar finds out how VW's latest SUV stacks-up against its competitors. 

Another highlight is a road test of the new Porsche Cayman 718.

Here are six reasons you should buy the latest issues:

1 Ultimate driver’s car shootout

TopCar pits six of 2016’s sharpest driving tools against each other on the Cape’s most demanding roads. The goal? To crown SA’s best driver’s car. They’ve crossed motoring genres to bring you supercars: McLaren 570S and Audi R8 V10 Plus, two warring super saloons in the BMW M3 Competition Pack and Mercedes-AMG C63 S Coupe, and the more-fun-than-you-can-handle VW Golf GTI Clubsport and Honda Civic Type R.

They’ve got the cars to cover all tastes (and budgets).

2 Volkswagen Tiguan vs friends 

The all-new VW Tiguan faces foes on all sides, from premium BMW X1 to up-and-coming Kia Sportage.

The popular crossovers are pitted against each other in an exclusive three-way group test test. It’s a dirty job but somebody’s got to do it.

3 First Drive: Porsche Cayman 718

We answer one of the big questions in motoring: has Porsche messed with its perfect sports car recipe by going four-cylinder turbo in the new 718 Cayman?

They drive the new Seven-Eighteen in Malmo, Sweden to find out.

4 Cars for R2000 a month

The guys go 'all consumer' for a look into the world of affordable cars. The R150k club, or, more usefully, cars for R2000 a month.

They balance the budget and come up with a range of contenders, as well as a selection of year-old options aimed at the business end of the car-buying market. Car-buying advice at its best. 

5 Honda NSX throwback

Twenty seven years ago, Honda, maker of sensible family cars, took on the might of Ferrari with the NSX. Supercars haven’t been the same since. The team reminds us just how good it was. 

6 Mercedes-AMG R50

Mercedes-AMG is planning an F1-derived supercar for the road, dubbed the R50. The guys reveal an exclusive rendering and gets the low down on the carnival of carbon fibre that’ll take the Silver Arrows to the streets. You don’t want to miss it. 

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