Posts Tagged ‘petrol’

Car News and Reviews :McLaren P1 to be slower than F1!

Just days before the official unveil of the new McLaren P1 hypercar at the 83rd Geneva Motor Show, the company has released full details of this eagerly-anticipated dream car as well as a smattering of new images showing the final, production-ready form. None of the data provided Read the rest of this entry »

Car News and Review :Past the Impossible.

Test Drive – Range Rover Evoque Si4 The thing about being the only one of a certain kind of well anything, is that suddenly all eyes are on that unique element be it a character trait or new type of shiny rock. Craving either it’s possession, or if that isn’t possible, Read the rest of this entry »

Car News and Reviews :New, bigger Chevrolet Cruze range lands.

New, bigger Chevrolet Cruze range lands. Although not a darling of the motoring press, it’s obvious by the sheer numbers you see on the road every day that the Chevrolet Cruze has been an excellent seller for the company. Captivas are fairly plentiful too, but the Cruze is the Read the rest of this entry »

Car News and Review :Launched – Mazda BT-50

Mazda serves up LOLs aplenty. Mazda’s new BT-50 offers, according to the company guff at least, a vehicle which combines the comfort of a passenger car with the versatility of a 1-ton bakkie. And I must say, I take exception to such claims. As much as I enjoy bakkies, a vehicle Read the rest of this entry »

Car News and Review :Opel Corsa 1400 Essentia

Cheap, but still cheerful. Straight after the unmitigated disappointment of that Sandero 1400, I climbed into one of the better-known of the original “cheapie” brigade. Oh yes, Opel might prefer it’s littlest Corsa range to now be more accurately referred to as a premium supermini, Read the rest of this entry »

Car News :Drive Test Peugeot 508 THP Allure

A luxuriously tailored suit. It was just a few weeks ago that the Suzuki Kizashi was receiving high praise from us for its combination of affordability, exec style and a great drive – the new Suzuki Saloon had become our new king of alternative executive saloons in the sub-R300K Read the rest of this entry »