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Brenwin Naidu Motoring editor, reporter and presenter

Brenwin Naidu is an award-winning motoring journalist and the youngest South African juror to serve on the prestigious World Car Awards panel. He is the section editor for Sowetan Motoring (weekly) and Sunday Times Lifestyle Motoring (monthly), and a contributing presenter for Ignition GT.

Motoring

REVIEW | 2022 BMW 220d Coupé brings the magic

BMW has always been well-versed in the art of the three-box, two-door coupé. Models like the 02 Series family (1602, ...

Motoring

FIRST DRIVE | The 2022 Hyundai i20 N-Line is for low-speed amusement

It has taken decades, but South Korean carmaker Hyundai can now easily be mentioned in the same breath as established ...

Motoring

REVIEW | The 2022 Mitsubishi ASX is no spring chicken

SA consumers don’t mind cars that soldier on long after their overseas sell-by dates. Consider that Volkswagen’s boxy ...

Motoring

REVIEW | The 2022 Opel Zafira Life is a lounge on wheels

For larger SA families crossover or sport-utility vehicle options are not up to task for their space requirements. They ...

Motoring

SEDAN SHOOT-OUT | 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class vs BMW 3-Series

There was a time in SA motoring history when the Audi A4, BMW 3-Series and Mercedes-Benz C-Class were produced locally.

Motoring

Nine electric bakkies we’d love to drive

South Africans might be divided when it comes to the prospect of electric mobility, but where we aren’t split is in our ...

Motoring

REVIEW | 2022 Hyundai Grand Creta has some neat tricks up its sleeve

I was talking to a fellow motoring journalist from another continent the other day. We were discussing the Hyundai ...

Motoring

REVIEW | 2022 Hyundai Grand Creta has some neat tricks up its sleeve

I was talking to a fellow motoring journalist from another continent the other day. We were discussing the Hyundai ...

Motoring

Behind the price tag: are we paying too much for cars in SA?

“New cars are too expensive” is a sentiment you are likely to hear whenever pricing for a new model is announced in SA.

Motoring

REVIEW | The 2022 Audi SQ5 is a brisk and civilised way of moving

Six-cylinder sedans like the Audi S4, BMW M340i and Mercedes-AMG C43 are compelling choices for the buyer wanting ...