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Sukasha Singh

Quietly quattro

People often ask me what the big deal is about all-wheel drive cars such as Audi's A6 3,0-litre quattro, writes <b>Sukasha Singh</b>.

Toyota’s X factor

<b>Sukasha Singh</b> samples the upgraded and newly named Auris X hatchback.

Torture with a smile

Boot camp might sound like a good idea but there are times when you seriously doubt it.

Audi A6 long-term update

<b>Sukasha Singh</b> delves into the finer details of the A6's engine in the second part of an ongoing series on the Audi A6 3,0 litre V6.

Rally erotics

'You have to lose control to learn how to control it" was the advice given to <i>M&G</i> motoring editor Sukasha Singh, upon climbing into a rally car

One man’s art is another man’s dirt

<strong>Sukasha Singh</strong> finds meaning in the aesthetically pleasing tail-lights of an Audi A6.

Vodacom gets some mileage out of Lewis Hamilton

To launch a new business connection, Vodacom brought Lewis Hamilton to SA to race around Kyalami while 5.4GB of data was sent from Midrand to Sandton.

Change we can believe in

Sukasha Singh wonders which would be easier and less messy: wiping the human race off the planet or giving electric cars a chance.

Joule in our crown

There's still a long road to travel before SA's first 'green' car gets out of the starting blocks.

The metrosexual of sports cars

The best thing about the Porsche Panamera is how difficult it is to pigeonhole, writes Sukasha Singh.

Give the footie fans a treat

Sukasha Singh tries out a people carrier that will prove to be perfect for all those new B&B owners.

Everything keeps going wrong

The <em>Mail & Guardian</em> asks Toyota South Africa public relations manager Leo Kok 10 tough questions about the company's vehicle recalls.

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