Mahindra has upgraded its S6 and S10 double cab Pik Up models, bringing their design in line with the new S11 Automatic Double Cab flagship and boosting their bakkie value offering.
Considered a left-field option, the Lexus LC 500 certainly is a striking contender in the GT class. This flagship V8 has received minor tweaks and extra colour options for the 2020 model year.
Toyota upped the stakes in the ongoing “bakkie-war” with a power increase for its 2.8 litre models, a consolidation of its model range, a higher specification level across the board and some cosmetic changes.
Audi updated its A4 range by adding more technology, new engines and some cosmetic changes to the interior and exterior.
Isuzu enthusiasts will have to wait a bit longer for the next generation of D-Max bakkies to be locally available.
Volkswagen added a bit of swag to its bestselling Polo Vivo range with the introduction special edition to the current range.
Toyota has introduced a rebadged Suzuki Baleno to fill the gap left by the discontinued Etios.
Mitsubishi is giving its Pajero Sport a fresh look, more equipment and a new addition to the range.
The F-Pace has been rejuvenated with a fresh look, new interior with all the latest digital interface technology, new power units under the hood and a hybrid model with the company’s latest Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) technology.
Maserati is back in the game with its all-carbon Maserati Corse 20 (MC20), a 463 kW super sportscar destined for South Africa in early 2021.
Supertech Motorrad in Pinetown became the envy of motorbike dealerships in KwaZulu-Natal when it was selected to reveal to select clients from September 10 the much-anticipated R18 — the cruiser with the biggest Boxer engine yet from the Bayerische Motoren Werke AG.
Volkswagen just announced its most powerful derivative in the Amarok range with a whopping 190 kW and 580 Nm under the hood. That is a massive 25 kW and 30 Nm more than the previous 3-litre, V6-diesel mill. And under full throttle for ten seconds, the power output will rise to a massive 200 kW.
To “pimp your ride” could cost you dearly, says Ford. Not only could it bring your warranty into question, but the premature failure of components could pose a major safety risk.