Entries by The Williams Hunt guy

Cars in Action long term test Car

The Chevrolet Cruze 1.8 LS – “Capable cruzer continues to impress, wish our roads would too” “Of late, our Chevy Cruze has been somewhat incapacitated due to a wheel alignment issue (not Chevrolets fault, but rather the lousy state of our roads), but it has otherwise been serving us well. With two main drivers, one […]

The General

“General Motors recently gave it’s Chevrolet Lumina CSV CR8 full police colours when it was used for the annual Top Gear Live show. And while it is still around and being tested by the General to see if would work in the South African market, CAR got its hands on the mean machine and experienced […]

Chev Lumina SS auto

The guys from Wheels24 just had one of the Chevrolet Lumina’s SS to review – “If ever there was a four-door performance sedan suited to South African requirements, it would be the Chevrolet Lumina. Generously spacious inside, handsome and robust “ the Bowtie thunder from down under has proven the perfect foil to the more […]

Ballistic bakkies

“When the previous ballsport world cup event(rugby) was hosted in South Africa, the double-cab turbodiesel bakkie, for all intents and purposes, did not exist. South African suburbs and streets adjacent to stadiums were not lined with compression ignition bakkies of the double-cab variety. Simply put, a decade and a half ago you could not buy […]

Upgrades to our Opel Corsa

General Motors South Africa announced a string of upgrades to our popular little Opel Corsa hatch, the 1.4-litre models in the range have had revisions to the drivetrain and a few other things. For more about the upgrades and more about the vehicle have a look at: “Upgrades come to Opel Corsa ” – Wheels24 […]

The Chevrolet Spark Lite

The Chevrolet Spark, has been given a new lease on life ahead of the launch of the hot new Spark. Instead of being phased out, the current Spark will continues in the Chevrolet line up as the Spark Lite, which will be sold alongside the new Spark when it arrives in South Africa later this […]