five things you should know about the SA car industry
Johannesburg – The South African motor industry is holding up remarkably well in a raunchy economic environment that is being exacerbated by political turmoil, says economist Dr Azar Jammine, Director and chief economist at Econometrix.
Naamsa reported that forty five 369 models were sold locally in June 2017, an increase of four hundred eighteen units or 0.9% compared to forty four 951 vehicles sold in June 2016. Read More
2019 Toyota Supra spy shots and movie
Feast your eyes on the latest prototype for the fresh Toyota Supra.
This is the car Toyota originally announced in two thousand eleven when it signed a deal with BMW to jointly develop a sports car platform. BMW is using the platform for its next-generation Z4.
Toyota is yet to confirm the Supra name for its sports car, but there have been slew of hints it’s making a comeback. Read More
2019 Ford Ranger Raptor—or FX4 (Please Be a Mini-Raptor!)
What It Is: A new-generation Ford Ranger pickup wearing what emerge to be broad fenders, bulky off-road tires, and lots of camouflage. The style of those wheels, and the seemingly trimmed front bumper that raise this Ranger’s chin higher over potential obstacles, should look familiar to anyone who has seen the latest F-150 Raptor. Read More
2016 Dodge Challenger: Car Seat Check
Editor’s note: This Car Seat Check was written in September two thousand fourteen about the two thousand fifteen Dodge Challenger. Little of substance has switched with this year’s model. To see what’s fresh for 2016, click here, or check out a side-by-side comparison of the two model years. Read More
2016 Diesel Car and SUV Buyer’s Guide
Photographers: Courtesy of Manufacturers
The compact ’16 A3 TDI sedan is mostly unchanged compared to the all-new model introduced for 2015, and it uses the EA288 Two.0L I-4 engine with one hundred fifty hp and two hundred thirty six lb-ft of torque (also found in all Volkswagen TDI cars). Read More
The Fresh York Times
June 30, 2017
The Starlets and Stripes. Fireworks. Apple pie. Podcasts?
O.K., so we don’t necessarily think of the programs that divert from our tedious commutes, that accompany us as we run errands and prepare meals, as a staple of American life. But maybe we should. After all, podcasts are a homegrown medium, one of the newest ways for Americans to share stories that define us. Read More