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South Africa’s favourite half ton bakkie upgraded

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Rosslyn, South Africa, 1 December 2015 – The locally-produced Nissan NP200 is still South Africa’s favourite half ton bakkie, consistently outperforming all competitors with more than 1,500 unit sales per month over the last year. To further enhance its position as market leader, a refreshed NP200 has started rolling off the production line at Nissan’s […]

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ISUZU’S MY15 KB RANGE: ADDITIONAL PUNCH FOR WORKHORSES, MORE VELVET GLOVE FOR LEISURE MODELS

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South Africa’s foremost bakkie specialist – Isuzu – has broadened the appeal of the iconic KB by adding three carefully-configured derivatives to the range, bringing the tally of models to 18. Newcomers include a two-pedal 4×4 flagship model with features like a class-leading infotainment system and keyless entry and start/stop.

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No April Fool – Nissan and Daimler to develop new Mercedes-Benz pickup

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So it was no April Fool’s joke – Daimler and Nissan really are working on developing the first Mercedes-Benz pickup truck, known in South Africa as a bakkie. Following the example of Volkswagen with its Amarok, another German company taking on the likes of Toyota with its top selling Hilux and Ford with the new […]

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Mercedes-Benz to launch midsize bakkie in South Africa

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Bakkies in the South African sense of the word either come from America or Japan. Anything else than a Hilux, Ranger (nowadays BT should be written seperately) or KB does not quite live up to it. Then came the Amarok, and mindsets shifted – the Germans have done it! Now Mercedes-Benz, arguably the world’s top luxury car […]

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