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California dreaming

Driving the California for a day was a sinful treat. Sukasha Singh just wishes she had borrowed her sister's Tag Heuer to complete the look.

Getting to know your car better

If you've ever wanted to know more about the way your car works, the AA's Know Your Car course is perfect for you, writes Sukasha Singh.

Sun City shines during tough times

While most of us think of the Lost City as a rather kitsch establishment, it does offer quality entertainment for all ages.

BMW to add 600 jobs at Rosslyn plant

The new 3-Series sedan has enabled BMW's manufacturer to bolster its production line, writes <em>Sukasha Singh</em>.

Social network paves the Waze

A new traffic app for smartphones has been launched in South Africa and there is hope that it will take the pain out of commuting.

The rock star in Bidvest’s Joffe

Brian Joffe had everyone eating out of his hands. He was the perfect mix of irreverent, funny and informative.

Shake off the city limits with the new Jeep Cherokee

The Chrysler Jeep Cherokee 2.8-litre diesel automatic was the perfect vehicle to test during December.

Lexus’s guilt-free, somewhat sporty hatch

Lexus's sporty hybrid took a while to make an impression on <strong>Sukasha Singh</strong>.

Just start me up

In her long-term test of the BMW 530d, <b>Sukasha Singh</b> finds herself questioning life, the universe and everything.

If it makes you happy –

<b>Sukasha Singh</b> explains why she thinks the BMW 530d deserves its Car of the Year title -- along with the VW Polo 1.6 TDI.

Putting the spice back into SUVs

<strong>Sukasha Singh</strong> takes a look at the impressive Porsche Cayenne line-up.

‘Speedbee’ in top gear

The <i>M&G</i>'s <b>Sukasha Singh</b> speaks to racing driver Sabine Schmitz. We are also giving away tickets to the Top Gear festival.

A smorgasbord of features

In an ongoing series, <strong>Sukasha Singh</strong> rates the range-topping Honda Accord.

A Korean with German genes

The Hyundai Sonata from South Korea is gobsmackingly good.

Elegant usurper

Honda's understated Accord quietly shakes the Germans' stranglehold on comfort.

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