22 Feb 2019DSG and paddleshifts? Will manual transmissions slowly become a dying breed
'Manual transmissions have been around for a long time but with the age of autonomous driving and the emergence of direct shift gearboxes, their expiration clock is ticking', writes Robin Classen.
The real reason Saudi Arabia lifted its ban on women driving? Economic necessity...
'Saudi Arabia is known to be one of the most conservative regimes in the world, so why has the ban on women driving been lifted now?'...
REVIEW: Renault Clio GT-Line
'If you’ve got R265 000 burning a hole in your pocket this is absolutely worth test-driving,' writes Alexander Parker as he tests...
Suzuki ignites mini-crossover market with new Ignis
The new Ignis crossover has arrived in SA, borrowing styling cues from Suzuki models, both past and present. At R169 900, will it be a...
Mamma Mia! 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia review
Wheels24 columnist Alexander Parker tests the new Alfa Romeo Giulia in Cape Town. Does this latest Alfa have what to takes to go up...
Ministers and their R41-million luxury rides: Best, worst govt cars
'We selected the best and worst choices of JZ’s government cars,' writes Lance Branquinho as a report reveals government spent...
Inside Mazda's fallout with the 2017 SA Car of the Year
'A blot on the 2017 SA Car of the Year competition was the non-participation of Mazda. Like it or not, the withdrawal of a major...
Column: Slow down, Loeb
Four schoolboys die due to hooligan driver error. Wheels24's Lance Branquinho doesn't feel like talking cars anymore.
Opinion: The PR bailout
With the current economic climate crippling many car manufacturers, most of these companies impress us with their PR bailout.
Reader column: Hummer - What went wrong?
Reader Gareth Goodliffe analyses the factors that led to the rise and fall of the iconic Hummer brand.
Don't re-invent the wheel… modify it!
The world of the modifier is a burgeoning microcosm filled with its own set of disciplines and rules. Calvin Fisher explains
Egmont's latest F1 column
So many world champions in the field; so many who turned to potato soup on the wet tracks of Monaco 2008, writes Egmont Sippel.
Crash tests: Apples or peanuts?
How worthwhile is a 5-star vehicle crash test safety rating?
Little Red Raikkon Hood? (Part 1)
So Fernando Alonso will be driving for McLaren in 2007. And Kimi Raikkonen will be off to Ferrari, as speculation has had it for a couple...
Car safety - or propaganda?
Is a report which knocks small car safety a bid by US carmakers to sell gas guzzlers? John Oxley thinks so.
Once upon a Durban street
He could not have been more than "two bricks and a tickey" high, but the smile on the face of the newspaper vendor in Umgeni...
Run-flat tyres scam
How much are run-flat tyres worth to you? Some dealers seem to think there's good money to be made!
Fuel crisis - make 'em pay!
Well guess what? The petrol crisis, particularly in the Western Cape, is the fault of the media!
F1: Renault v Merc - luck or not?
Renault was not so lucky after all to win both F1 championships this year says Rapport's motoring editor Egmont Sippel as he...
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He should be removed from the team
48% - 398 votes
The FIA should give him a hefty fine.
12% - 101 votes
Won't matter, Dad's money will always save him.
40% - 328 votes
What made Mazda bid farewell to the revolutionary Wankel rotary engine?
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