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Top brass develop plan for Auto sector growth

Top leaders from industry and government outlined key focus areas and ratified numerous proposed projects that are set to boost  the Eastern Cape Automotive...

Ford India recalls111,000 vehicles to check for faulty parts

US auto giant Ford's India unit said on Monday it was recalling at least 111,000 vehicles to check for potentially faulty parts that could...

One million kilometers – one owner – one car

After a million kilometres of fault-free motoring and accident-free driving in a South African built 2004 Volkswagen Polo, veteran salesman Gerrie Esterhuizen has had...

Hyundai recalls vehicles in US

  The Hyundai Motor Company have recalled a number of Santa Fe and Sonata models in the US, due to possible airbag problems. Only...

Vehicle sales show solid growth for June

June vehicle sales showed solid growth once again, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA (Naamsa) said today. "June new vehicle sales reflected another...

Optimal Energy to close “as soon as possible”

The Cape Town based company, Optimal Energy,  which designed South Africa's first electric vehicle, the Joule, will be closing as soon as possible after...

Hyundai launches Global “Live Brilliant” Brand Campaign in South Africa

Hyundai Motor Company, South Korea’s largest automaker, have recently launched their new worldwide brand campaign called “Live Brilliant” in South Africa, as part...

GM pulls facebook advertising

General Motors confirmed this week that it is pulling its advertising from Facebook because it determined paid ads had little impact on consumers. GM had...

NAAMSA: New vehicle sales growth slows

New vehicle sales grew in the first quarter of 2012, but at a slower rate than the same period last year, the National Association...

Goodyear study: Damaged tyres one of the main causes of accidents

According to a study conducted by Goodyear Tyres, damaged tyres were one of the main causes of accidents in South Africa. "Damaged and badly maintained...

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