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This week a new Chinese bakkie made some waves on Wheels24, and our readers just wanted more and more. Here are the top motoring stories of the week.
Toyota and Ford might not be too bothered, but the all-new GWM P Series bakkie could give them a headache or two.
Wheels24 readers share their opinion on whether or not GWM's new P Series will make any impression on our market.
Haval South Africa will exhibit at the 2019 Wesbank Festival of motoring for the third time in as many years after a year filled with huge milestones and accomplishments being reached and achieved by the leading Chinese Motor Vehicle manufacturer in South Africa.
'Anonymous it may be but GWM has huge plans for its new bakkie', writes Wheels24 contributor Ferdi de Vos.
Need a bakkie but the bank isn’t playing nice? Lance Branquinho lists five bargain options for new bakkie buyers.
Columnist Lance Branquinho looks at a segment where new bakkie pricing competes against the prospect of a pre-owned Hilux or Ranger.
China's Great Wall Motor intends to make an offer to buy Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, a company spokeswoman said on Monday.
Bakkies continue to sell like hot cakes in South Africa with some single-cab models priced less than R200 000. Charlen Raymond explores cheap bakkies in SA.
GWM has launched its updated M4 compact SUV in South Africa. We have prices and details.
Great Wall Motors South Africa confirms that a diesel-powered P Series will be available locally. We have their full response.
We look at the top five most popular motoring reads from this past week; it includes a new Chinese bakkie headed for SA, lockdown driving tips, and more new car news.
In the second half of 2020, Great Wall Motors (GWM) will introduce its new double cab bakkie in South Africa. Should we be excited?
Looking for a new bakkie but worried about costly repairs? We explore servicing and parts price data to show you where real value is in the local LCV market.
Great Wall Motors will debut its new bakkie at the Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition later in April.
GWM’s Steed 5E completed a journey of almost 4 500km along the east coast of South Africa, starting in Johannesburg and concluding in Cape Town.
Great Wall Motor Company, China's seventh-largest carmaker, specialises in urban SUVs and wants to move upmarket -- which could explain its apparent interest in the Jeep brand.
Great Wall Motors enters its 10th year in the local market as China's best-selling SUV is set to be launched in South Africa.
China's Great Wall Motors (GWM) has announced it will be take full control of its SA subsidiary, now renamed to Haval Motors South Africa. Check out new SUVs headed for our shores.
GWM has spruced-up its trusty Steed bakkies with "style, tech and mechanical enhancements". The automaker has also given us a preview of its 2015 products.
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