According to the Beat The Price New Car Demand Index for October 2019, Volkswagen had its strongest month of 2019 so far, fuelled by the launch of an appealing new subcompact SUV.
Characterised by the distinctive design details and build quality KIA Motors is globally renowned for, the Seltos is set to bring sophistication and assertiveness to the ever-growing compact SUV segment.
With its distinctive design and colourful personality, the C3's brimming over with an exuberant freshness and optimism that will rock the market.
Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic Edition is now in South Africa. When it debuted in 2017, the Range Rover Velar brought an enhanced dimension of glamour, modernity and elegance to the Range Rover family. Designed to fill the white space between the Range Rover Evoque and Range Rover Sport, the Velar offers levels of luxury, refinement and all-terrain capability never before seen in the mid-size SUV segment.
The Toyota Avanza has been truly embraced by the South African public since the first generation was introduced in 2010. The new model achieves an average monthly volume of around 440 units – making it a formidable player in both the MPV segment and Toyota’s passenger car line-up.
The Beat The Price New Car Demand Index for September 2019 shows Renault gaining ground against all of its competitors. The French automaker is now the third most requested brand on Beat The Price – something that is mirrored by September’s NAAMSA results.
Hatchback buyers looking to stretch their legs and their budgets, can now pop in to their nearest Suzuki dealership to test drive the refreshed Suzuki Baleno.
A new African car brand debuted at Automechanika Johannesburg last week. Mureza initially was a joint venture with the SAIPA Group in Iran for platform-sharing and the supply of some major components, but Mureza's ultimate objective is to design and manufacture vehicles in Africa for African drivers.
Mrs Mfundisi and her new Hyundai Tucson 2.0 Executive Auto