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Back in Contention Mitsubishi L200 Sportero
Back in Contention Mitsubishi L200 Sportero

Historically, Mitsubishi has always been strong at making durable, class-leading 4x4s. Be it the Pajero/Montero, taking class victories in the gruelling Paris-Dakar Rally for consecutive years since first participating in 1983, or the Lancer Evolution’s domination of the WRC rally circuits, on ...

Suzuki Baleno GLX Turbo
Suzuki Baleno GLX Turbo

In 1995, Suzuki trotted out the Baleno nameplate and attached it to a variety of their cars in different markets. The Cultus was the first one to be rebadged as a Baleno, followed by the Liana Aerio and more recently the SX4. It wasn’t until 2007 that India’s Maruti Suzuki produced a ded ...

R-Design Vs Excellence Driver or Passenger?
R-Design Vs Excellence Driver or Passenger?

Volvo. A name synonymous with safety and an impressive track record to boot. They introduced laminated glass as early as 1944, and in the 1950s Volvo Engineer Nils Bohlin invented the modern three-point safety belt. What did he do then? He made his patent open and free for all other manufacturers in ...

Punching above its weight Volkswagen Polo 1.0T 95bhp

The Volkswagen Polo has long lived in the shadow of the highly praised Golf since it hit the market in 1975 as the smallest car in the Volkswagen range. The first generation was in fact a rebadged version of the Audi 50. Seen as the cheaper, smaller, less well-appointed alternative, the Polo was nev ...

When Less is More
When Less is More

Porsche 911’s have always fascinated me. In fact if there ever was a sports car (or indeed any car for that matter) that stuck to it’s fundamental design philosophy since inception, it’s the Porsche 911. The first 911 was first produced in 1963 with the air-cooled flat-6 engine sit ...