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Something out of the blue

With a bit of fine-tuning, this will be an excellent car

A quantum leap into luxury and comfort

Space was given away to accommodate more luxury – and it is luxurious

Toyota and VW lead in the ‘previously owned’ market

These two brands make up 39% of sales in new car volumes and 35% of used-car volumes, according to TransUnion

The revenge of the Hilux

The Toyota Legend 50 is a powerful piece of machinery. It’s probably a more sensible purchase if you regularly traverse off-road terrain

Father knows best

There's more to a car than the way it looks

Lamberti finally resigns from BLSA

Imperial chief executive Mark Lamberti has resigned from his position as a director at Business Leadership South Africa.

Wheeling and dealing an answer for Cheetahs

The Cheetahs’ ingenious agreement with Toyota should wake Saru up to a new way of thinking.

Toyota, Honda seek green success with hydrogen fuel cell cars

Toyota's Mirai sedan will run on electricity produced by mixing hydrogen fuel and oxygen, of which the by-product is heat and pure water.

Holiday hell on wheels

Five cars that would be awful on a road-trip holiday — and a single good one that can do it all.

Naamsa: Strike in auto sector could affect investment

South Africa’s automotive industry will see less investment in manufacturing if labour disputes continue, according to the carmakers’ association.

Africa 3.0: Cruisers and corruption, Juba style

Where you see a proliferation of Toyota Land Cruisers in a developing nation, you know there's trouble.

Toyota tests cars that communicate with each other

Toyota is testing smart-car technology that will minimise the risk of accidents by alerting drivers to pedestrians and other vehicles.

Buyers baulk at cost of ‘green’ cars

A lot still needs to happen in the alternative fuels vehicle market before sales figures start to rise.

Made in Japan, but it might not be for long

More firms face a tough choice over whether or not to move production in Japan overseas to escape the impact of the relentless rise of the yen.

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