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RPM TV Website | September 25, 2016

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Long-term announcement: Fiat 500X 1.4T Cross

August 18, 2016 |

It should come as no surprise that the Fiat 500 is one of the Italian brand’s most successful models in South Africa. Combing retro styling with good equipment levels and attractive pricing, the 500 has put Fiat back on the … Read More

Updated Suzuki SX4 could debut turbo engines

August 16, 2016 |

Suzuki’s popular SX4 S-Cross crossover is about to get a facelift. Official images show a look that’s bolder and more robust, with a more prominent front grille with vertical bars creating a stronger identity.

The contrasting body mouldings and … Read More

Renault gives Captur the diesel treatment

August 12, 2016 |

Renault South Africa has added a diesel-engined model to its popular Captur subcompact SUV range. The new variant will initially be offered both as a limited-edition Sunset model, as well as in standard Dynamique trim.

The two variants are mechanically … Read More

Continental tyres help economy drivers to shatter records

August 11, 2016 | 1

A team of economy aces has set a pair of all-new distance records for petrol and diesel-powered vehicles – and both record-breaking cars were fitted with Continental ContiSportContact 5 tyres.

The objective of the team was to beat its own … Read More

Honda’s new-generation Civic reaches South Africa

August 10, 2016 |

Honda has launched an all-new, sedan-only Civic line-up in South Africa. The four-model range looks sleeker and smarter than the previous version, and also introduces a turbocharged engine to the mainstream Civic offering for the first time.

Now in its … Read More

Nissan’s BladeGlider concept promises EV excitement

August 9, 2016 |

Nissan has chosen the 2016 Olympic Games host city Rio de Janeiro as the backdrop for the unveiling of a zero-emissions prototype aimed at delivering an engaging, athletic driving experience.

The BladeGlider is based on a concept first shown at … Read More