S-Class Cabriolet, launched in South Africa this week, is the first convertible luxury four-seater from Mercedes-Benz since 1971.
Mercedes-Benz was blessed with a perfect Cape spring day for the long-awaited South African launch of its new convertible range.
It's not often you get something for nothing from a car company: Renault updates its B-segment SUV without increasing prices.
Honda is adding a third vehicle to its compact crossover line-up in the form of the sporty-looking WR-V.
Just 200 examples of the 368kW / 600Nm M4 DTM Champion Edition track day special will be made, at the equivalent of R3.34m each.
Toyota's latest Avanza update is not something you can see, but it will cost you an extra R4400. Think of it as cheap insurance.
Redesigned SUV's evolutionary design hides classier cabin and more sophisticated underpinnings.
Outrageous is one thing, but this, in the opinion of the IOL petrolheads, is completely over the top.
In theory you could order your new car to fit your height and weight in the same way that you now order the paint colour.
Seventh generation executive saloon, due in SA next year, is essentially a shrink-wrapped 7 Series.
Some supercars are so exclusive that you can't buy one; instead you apply for membership of the program.
The maker describes it as 'visually striking' which means its special features are all cosmetic - but they are quite striking.
Chevrolet's large SUV puts up a fight with new powertrain option, fresh look and additional safety gadgets.