Suzuki Swift, Swift Sport, Swift 1.4, ZC32S

A Suzuki Swift “for every member of the family” – it’s an interesting payoff line and one aped by many a manufacturer for various models they feel suit a wide target audience, but Suzuki have some genuine weight behind their claim.  It’s a model family with a R106 400 span … Read moreContinue Reading

Review, Hyundai i20 Sport, i20 N Sport

The Hyundai i20 Sport is the first vehicle to bear the badge of Hyundai’s N Performance Division – not even the Golf GTI-targeting Veloster Turbo wore the brand on its tailgate.   But a source within Hyundai SA tells us Hyundai HQ weren’t too happy with the badging on the … Read moreContinue Reading

DS, Citroën’s boutique sub-moniker, has officially established itself as a standalone brand beneath the French marque.  But I can’t bring myself to call the DS3 a ‘DS DS3’ just yet; not when it still bears the Citroen double-chevron logo on its nose, and when the first standalone models haven’t yet … Read moreContinue Reading

Review – Opel Corsa Sport 1.4T:

Opel’s on a roll; but whilst we wait for the flagship Corsa, the OPC, to arrive, the rest of the range needs to form the foundation for a great sporting model.  Until such time as the OPC does arrive, the range topper comes in the form of the only turbocharged 4-cylinder in the … Read moreContinue Reading

Citroen is playing a dangerous game with their designs lately – they’re focusing so heavily on designing a car around the target audience that they sometimes forget to make sure the car is a decent vehicle first and foremost.  Case in point: the funky little Citroen C1 Airscape we tested earlier … Read moreContinue Reading

You’ve got a million Rand to spend on a vehicle, one for the family that will ferry them about in utmost class and comfort, with enough space for 7 if needed and the ability to go everywhere with roads and some places without.  You might be tempted to go for the … Read moreContinue Reading

“Ze Germans are coming, ze Germans are coming!” you’ll have heard Opel South Africa proclaiming since last year.  Well, ze Germans are here – the last of them being Opel’s compact SUV, 748viewsYou may also like What is Turbo Lag? SA-Bound Alfa Romeo Giulia GTA Costs Supercar Money! Mazda South … Read moreContinue Reading