The affordable XUV500 is Mahindra's first crack at softroader market but it lacks polish in places.
Second-generation Audi beetle-crusher has been slimmed and trimmed to make it more fleet-footed to drive.
Datsun's Indian-built budget-beater now comes with a driver's side airbag and a raft of convenience features.
It's like buying a R10 000 pair of shoes in a boutique store when you know a cheaper pair is just as good.
You won't look like the camel man/woman, but there are some good reasons to buy this over an 'SUV'.
Like all Minis, the John Cooper Works gets its mojo on in corners, with the most ballistic performance of any Mini yet.
The Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecoboost Ambiente and the 1917 Ford Model T have more in common than you would think.
Based on the Fiesta, the B-Max is practical enough to be a Mom's Taxi and still rather fun for Dads to drive.
Toyota says a million sales justified its development, but we know it's really a because-they-can situation.
BMW's M5 is a supersaloon totally at home on the open road or over mountain twisties. The city? Er, not so much.
Merc's minibus is a classy vehicle but it's not totally faultless and then there's that price.
Ford's executive sedan is a great family car as well, offering serious competition for the three luxury German brands.
Fourth generation of world's top selling roadster has far more aggressive sheet metal than the three that preceded it.
Audi's new RS6 Avant feels every bit at home in the suburbs as it does on the open road and in the twisties.
Renault claims that its facelifted Duster is better built than before. We put it to the test.