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.
On the road it's an easy rider, on the track Mercedes-AMG's GT S becomes a surgeon's scalpel.
Jeep's Renegade is an appealing vehicle with an easy-to-drive nature, but it is rather pricey.
Adding all-wheel-drive has helped make Jaguar's F-Type R a less ferocious ride, in a good way.
The SVR is perfect for upstaging blue-light bullies on the highway, and it's useful on gravel too.
If this Toyota was an office worker, you'd never catch it photocopying its buttocks at the year-end function.
Hyundai's quirky Veloster finally has the engine it always deserved, but its price puts a damper on things.
Audi A1 1.8 TFSI Sportback is great to drive, but we're not convinced it's worth the R390 000 asking price.
Cape to Cairo in absolute comfort? Easy peasy. Potholes, pff! Dongas, pah! Rock clambering, humbug!
Solid Toyota SUV is equipped to the hilt and proved a capable companion but it's not for hardcore safaris.
Big V8s in brick-outhouse bodies are no longer politically correct. Old-school reviewer Henri du Plessis doesn't care.
Volkswagen GTI's Performance Pack adds R20 000 to the price but vastly improves the car's handling.
Ford's new Grand Tourneo Connect is a well-rounded family shuttle with ample room for seven.