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A Landie icon is born

Replacing one of the most-loved cars in history, the new Defender pulls off the near impossible task of doing almost everything better

New Caravelle sails along in comfort

No comfort is spared — what you can to expect from a R900 000-plus vehicle

The battle of the big vans

The M&G drove the top three vehicles in this category – A Mercedes-Benz, a VW and a Toyota

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.

Our Polo crush gets bigger … literally

You'll want one for every reason you've wanted a Polo

The heat is on to find global saviours

We face a current crisis unlike any other in history — this one affects everyone everywhere

On the road to forgiveness

Forgiveness is a lofty ideal, I find. The old recommendation to forgive and forget has always sounded to me like a bucket-list item

Quantifying the quick, quirky, quiet Audi Q8

It's big but powerful, luxurious and sporty

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

BAIC’s X25 Mini SUV is okay

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

​The blistering mommy-wagon

The 2018 Mercedes Benz GLC S 63 AMG ticks just about all the right boxes

X5 Maniac

The BMW X5 M is big, but it's fast, and it sits firmly on the road and stops like a car half it's size

Eco SUVs slug it out

Ray Leathern puts the two most popular medium-sized SUVs in South Africa through their paces.

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