Last week was the 46th Tokyo Motor Show, which as is expected from large international motor shows, revealed some significant new ideas and concepts. One such concept is the Nissan.
Driven covered the launch of the two-wheel-drive Nissan Navara last year, and eventually got around to testing the bakkie in the real world. To the surprise of BERNIE HELLBERG JR,.
There is no denying that South Africans love their bakkies, reckons MABUYANE KEKANA, and we know that there's a reasonable likelihood that visitors from other continents, especially Europe, will be.
Mercedes-Benz marketers are masterful at creating hype, they’ve kept South Africans waiting for, and drooling over, something we’ve had many of for decades; a bakkie. But this isn't just any.
The reason that you will immediately identify the Nissan Qashqai is not by its name or its shape, but because they've become so popular in South Africa, that Qashqais can.
TESLA MODEL S STILL BEST SELLER IN U.S. — Image © TESLA MOTORS For the second year in a row, the Tesla Model S crushed its internal combustion engine competitors.