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Isuzu, the Chuck Norris of bakkies

The D-Max isn’t a luxury ride, but it’s not too tough on the purse and can handle the rough road

The Ford Ranger XLT: A tough car for tough guys

It’s tough, capable and ready to work for you ... if you can fit it into a parking space, that is

The pure absurdity of a high-end Mercedes bakkie

It is perhaps why Mercedes is rumoured to be rethinking the X-Class, with woeful sales reported globally.

A good drive but far from stealthy

The Nissan Stealth does what it promises to do – and well. But it's hard to justify its diesel emissions if you're just a weekend warrior

The bakkie that made me ‘that guy’

The Isuzu D-Max 300 LX 4x4 may be quite a mouthful. But on the road, it’s a dream to drive

Raptor affords some thrilling rides

A mobile couch lots of added engineering

The Mercedes X-Class 350D 4Matic

The more powerful model should have been launched before the 250D

The Isuzu D-MAX that used to be the KB

Solid, economical and with enough creature comforts

Who will win the race for the 2018 Gumtree Auto pre-owned awards?

The search is on again for the country's best value pre-owned vehicles

The white man’s last outpost: His 4×4

His vehicle is a war machine, his targets are women drivers; wives are silent, children absorb this lesson

Nissan bakkie redux

So how does the Nissan NP200 compare, firstly with its predecessor, as well as with the other nominally half-tonne bakkies out there?

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