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The Volkswagen Polo Vivo may have ended December 2019 as the top selling passenger car, but the Renault Kwid was really biting at its heels.
2020 has arrived and that means an onslaught of new, exciting cars are making its way to South Africa during the next 12 months.
Wheels24 reader, Warren Wilson, shares his experiences after driving the new Suzuki Swift Sport.
From luxury BMWs to budget VW Polos, government has purchased a host of new vehicles in July 2019. Here's how much was spent on cars...
The Toyota Fortuner is the undoubted SUV king in SA, but how does a rival like the Mahindra XUV500 stack up against it? Charlen Raymond finds out.
Cars which look good, are fun to drive and use very little fuel. All for less than R200 000. Lance Branquinho takes a look at a few.
"Domestic sales ended 2018 on a weak note with 39 984 cars sold in December 2018," reports Naamsa. We look at the SA auto market.
Calling all Opel enthusiasts! The brand is launching 7 new models for the local market from next year, which includes the Corsa GSI and Astra Sport. And, we drive the all-new BMW 3 Series in Portugal.
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Opel will be launching four new vehicles in 2020, including the revised Astra, and all-new Corsa!
We list four cars, from four reputable automakers, that we think are ideal fits if you're heading to university this year.
With the turn of 2020 nearly upon us, we take a look at all the exciting cars set to make their way to South Africa in the new year.
Times have changed rapidly and nothing is more apparent of that in vehicles, but not all petrolheads share the same sentiments. Robin Classen tells us why.
Wheels24 correspondent Charlen Raymond takes the Renault Koleos on a holiday road trip to the Southern-most point in Africa.
Charlen Raymond reviews the new Toyota Corolla XR and walks away impressed with the car's latest iteration.
Naamsa predicts a major increase in local vehicle production in 2019 as it reveals some of the local industry's biggest challenges and shares its outlook for the year ahead.
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