Motoring

China’s off-roader seeks a niche in SA with its BAIC B40 Plus

Beijing is hoping that its BAIC B40 Plus will replicate legendary off-roading on a budget

BMW X3 review: An SA favourite returns with a makeover

The German carmaker gives you a good reason to choose the X3 over its many competitors

Car review: The art and thrill of a Mini Cooper S

The hatch has always forged its own path. But is that enough to buy one?

Car review: Audi A3 — Pushing the envelope to beat out the competition

The enduring ‘Naomi Campbell’ Audi A3. This decade the legendary hatch has more rivals than ever before but remains unfazed

Car review: Midnight Train a dream in darkness

The bespoke Range Rover Sport SVR offers vehicles designed to the customer’s taste

Car Review: S is for the sexy Audi S5 coupé

The sleek car retains a neat niche in a performance-heavy 2021 range of vehicles

Car Review: The Land Rover Defender goes wild

The icon has arrived in a two-door with a shorter wheel-base

Land Rover Discovery: Little to report in facelift

The new offering needs a trained eye to dissect its changes

Jaguar E-Pace: Into the wild with the small cat

Does the sub-compact SUV earn its place in the food chain?

Ford Everest Sport: Reclaiming the essence of the SUV

The new Ford Everest Sport reminds us of what we want from a big family carrier

Audi Q2: Trials of the ‘big’, unashamed city slicker

The Audi Q2 is a lot more toned down than its older siblings, but that might be all you need

Range Rover Sport Carbon is a deranged speed addict

It’s hard to grasp the power that lies underneath South Africa’s latest arrival

F-Type R: Jaguar’s statement car lays claim to the jungle

The ridiculously powerful new generation prowls among us

VW GTI TCR: The classic that roams our streets

In a limited edition run, the essence of the GTI has been perfectly distilled

What is it like to drive an Audi A4 in 2021?

An old family friend is over for dinner, but we don’t have too much to catch up on

Peugeot 2008 GT Line is a French kiss

The futuristic features of the 2008 GT Line make it easy on the eye and even easier to drive

MX-5: 0utrun by its earlier incarnations

Removing the gear stick has left the tiny roadster flat-footed, though stylistically it still has pizzazz
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