MAIL & GUARDIAN: Motoring

Hanging out in the hood with the Italian Stallion, the Alfa Romeo Stelvio

This SUV has heritage, poise, personality and performance

The bold but practical BMW X4

Even in tough conditions, it never puts a foot wrong

The Isuzu D-MAX that used to be the KB

Solid, economical and with enough creature comforts

Jaguar launches electric I-Pace

The company's 82 public charging stations puts it in the lead in South Africa

Brace for big fuel price increase on Wednesday

The fuel price announcement for March was made by Minister of Energy, Jeff Radebe, on Monday morning

​A relaunch with heart

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz C Class launch was an event worth waiting for

SA motor industry’s sweet deal

Incentive scheme sees billions go to the industry, but supporters say incentives have knock-on benefits

BAIC’s X25 Mini SUV is okay

More work is needed to make it stand out from the competition

Best practices abound in transport sector

The Transport Sector Retirement Fund uses cellphone technology to regularly engage, inform and educate its members

Tesla to break ground on Shanghai plant as trade war lingers

Tesla's Shanghai venture comes as US companies face pressure from President Donald Trump to keep manufacturing jobs at home

Energy department confirms huge fuel price drop for January

The price drops will come into effect on Wednesday January 2 2019

More belt-tightening at VW to fund electric new start

The belt-tightening drive comes on top of a programme launched in 2017 that has already found €2.2-billion of savings

French government yields on fuel price hikes after weeks of protest

An increase scheduled for January 1, was "scrapped for the year 2019" in its entirety, Environment Minister Francois de Rugy announced on BFM TV

​What you should know when buying a car

Tshegofatso Makgabutlane always dreamed of having her own car. By budgeting carefully and using credit responsibly, her dream became a reality

Hamilton: Keep F1 where it’s popular

The British racing driver said he would prefer to see more stops in countries with a genuine racing tradition

Haemorrhaging RAF staggers along

A new model is in the pipeline but the current fund’s liabilities are projected to rise to R393-billion by 2021-2022

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