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.
Manual version of Volkswagen's junior GTI comes with slick-shifting six-speed 'box, 70Nm extra torque and LS diff.
BMW's gorgeous 650i Convertible uses a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 producing 330kW/650Nm. And it's R300K less than an M6.
Latest Kia SUV is a handsome beast but the range-topping 2.2 SX turbodiesel is not cheap at R643 995.
If you're not into hardcore hot hatches, the Corsa Turbo offers a pleasant and perky drive.
It might look like the cutting edge of modern motoring, but underneath it's more Easy Rider than Tokyo Drift.
Maserati's grand sedan has less gadgets than its German rivals, and some odd quirks, but it's sure got soul.
It's not the fastest or sharpest car on the road, but from behind the wheel, few feel so complete.
Swedish understatedness still underlies new XC90 but it's less of the frumpy, middle-aged SUV it once was.