The Opel Astra GTC 1.6T - still looks far sportier than it really is, even with the more potent 1.6-litre turbo under the hood.
The Chevrolet Cruze hatchback 1.6 offers a new entry point to popular Cruze range, although pricing pitches it directly against saloon.
The 6-Series Coupe that isn't - we try out the new BMW 640i Grand Coupe on South African roads.
The 2012 Nissan Murano is more refined and economical than ever. But is it still any fun? Drive Magazine finds out.
Sizing up your vehicle for a growing family? It need no longer be a pain thanks to Honda and the Accord Tourer Executive. Full estate road test.
Despite being a baby killer, the new Focus ST is a home run for Ford.
Only 95 examples of this Bright White version of the Grand Cherokee SRT8 are available locally, so best get to a Jeep showroom post-haste.
Ferrari shows first two teaser images of new hybrid supercar and Enzo replacement due later this year.
The new Lotus Evora Sports Racer - all the options and some unique trim fitted as standard deliver better value.
The biggest MINI ever gets tasty range of JCW performance upgrades, and even uglier face, for 2013.
The High Court has effectively given e-tolling in Gauteng the go-ahead, but that isn't likely to be the end of this story.
The new Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake is a sports touring paradigm shift.
Mitsubishi has launched the Evo X in SA at last, but at a price which makes us think "Why bother?".
The facelifted 2012 i20 from Hyundai adds kit and price but deletes fun.
Lexus is billing the new LX570 as the ultimate large luxury SUV, but to us it looks more like the ultimate fuel-waster.
The new Spark Campus - customised for South African needs, or just good marketing?
The new Mazda BT-50 is, apparently, magical. It can deliver road-car comfort despite traditional bakkie architecture. Apparently.
The V8 may be gone from the ordinary 300C, but fortunately the SRT-8 sports one. And it's bigger than ever!
Post-race analysis of the Belgian F1 carnage by hardcore fan and couch analyst Kyle Stone.
Strong evidence that road-safety regulations are devised purely as revenue-spinners from our political leaders.
A new survey shows that 76% of SA road users flout rules of the road every day, but what does this tell us?
The recent spate of crazy car-related records has our editor thinking again - always a dangerous proposition!
The Renault ZOE EV at the beginning of June posted a new EV 24-hour distance record of over 1600km. But inevitably there's a trick involved - Drive reveals all.
With integrated Siri and the new Apple mapping environment on the way, the tech company could well be moving into the motoring sector in force soon. Could it be another Cupertino game-changer, or is it merely an also-ran in this competitive arena?