Entries by The Williams Hunt guy

Opel Adam and Corsa named Car of the Year 2016 Finalists

The South African Guild of Motoring Journalists (SAGMJ) recently released the much-anticipated finalist list for the upcoming 2016 WesBank/SAGMJ Car of the Year (COTY) awards, and we are thrilled to see not one but two General Motors cars make the cut! Both the Opel Adam and the Opel Corsa have been included in next year’s […]

Chevrolet – Spark Curve, Ute Working & Ute Surf

Chevrolet continues to offer affordable products tailored for every customer’s need by introducing three new limited edition models. The Spark Curve, UteWorking and the UteSurf are aimed at very different buyers but they share one important quality: added value. The Spark Curve is the economical 1.2 L Chevrolet Spark with a little more visual sparkle thanks to […]

DRIVEN: OPEL ASTRA 1.6 ECOTEC

“In an exclusive for CAR magazine, we travelled to Slovakia for a first drive of the new Opel Astra. What is it? The new Astra – the 11th generation – is the latest and the most important model in the Opel renaissance that’s unfolded over the last three years (there will be 29 new Opel’s […]

Innovative green school opens in Joe Slovo township

“Children from the Silindokuhle Crèche in the impoverished Joe Slovo township on Wednesday received a major boost towards their education in the form of a newly built eco-friendly school. The project was initiated by the Love Story‚ the Port Elizabeth based non-government organisation that runs community upliftment projects‚ education programmes and feeding schemes‚ who applied […]

DRIVEN: OPEL CORSA 1.4T SPORT

“There’s always a spot of wariness when a motor manufacturer releases a new variant with a ‘Sport’ badge tacked to its tail, especially when it proves to be the Corsa 1,4T Sport; the firms current halo model and stop-gap between its workaday staples and the hooligan OPC. But Opel has claimed that there’s more than […]

LONG-TERM TEST: ISUZU KB 300 D-TEQ LX 4×4 DC

“To test the Isuzu KB300’s 4×4 capabilities, I decided to do a camping trip to the Namaqualand National Park. On arrival at the southern entrance (Groen River Gate), we were advised to drop tyre pressures to 1,3 bar, but, knowing the double cab was equipped with a semi-chunky tread pattern courtesy of its Goodyear Wrangler […]

Isuzu KB stands the test of time

With more than 720 000 kilometers on the odometer, Ryno Jonker’s Isuzu KB 250 is still as reliable as when he first bought it eleven years ago. A good service is all that his bakkie needs to remain safe and reliable on the road, and to add value to his business Jonker advised. The 1995 […]

1928 Chevrolet Still Reliable Many Years Later

A Middelburg farmer and his original 1928 Chevrolet recently hit the road in spectacular fashion to participate in the 46th annual Milligan Vintage Trial held in June. Barney Marais in his red Chevrolet raced against 21 other participants to locations around the Eastern Cape, spanning more than 500 kilometers over four days. Marais, a former […]

The future Opel Astra

Opel and compact class cars – this specific success story starts with the Kadett in 1936 and will be continued with the new Astra, the eleventh generation of an Opel compact class car. So far, 24 million Kadett and Astra compact class models have left the plants. And now Opel is ready to add a […]