[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] The new Lexus IS 350 is a real good-looking, comfortable family cruiser with enough muscle under the bonnet to put a smile on the face of any enthusiastic driver and enough smart and safety features to make it an attractive alternative to the Big Three Germans.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] The Festive season is almost upon us and while it a time to be happy and relax with friends and family, it is sadly also the one time of the year when many South African motorists are injured or killed in car accidents, many of which could have been avoided.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] The heated battle for the hearts and wallets of the South African car-buying public is an on-going feud between Audi, Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] The iconic Fiat 500 which has been one of the world's most favourite playthings in the automotive galz-and-boyz-toyz segment of the market.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] In another blast from the past Nissan has now also unwrapped a reborn Sentra which joins the recently re-launched Almera and together they will lead the Japanese carmaker's two-pronged attack on the local passenger car market.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] You don't try to re-invent the wheel and you certainly don't mess around with a many-million dollar winning recipe such as the BMW 5 Series.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] The nine finalists for the coveted title of 2014 South African Car of the Year finalists include no real surprises with German brands once again dominating with four nominations.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] The Johannesburg International Motor Show kicks off this week and thousands of visitors are expected to stream through the exhibition halls of the Johannesburg Expo Centre between 18 and 27 October to view some of the latest and most exciting vehicles yet seen in this country.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] The new 3 Series Grand Turismo is the newest addition to BMW's popular 3-Series range and besides the fact that is more spacious than the rest of the clan it also comes in a rather peculiarly striking wrapping not unlike that of the rather weird-looking X6.
[Henrie Geyser: motoring editor] Tata is strengthening its grip on the local market with seriously spruced up versions of its Xenon bakkies which the Indian manufacturer will be beaming at a wider audience, including the growing leisure-wheels segment.
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