Many of our local footballers have died tragically in car accidents, while some were fortunate enough to escape alive. But did you know that cars in these cases often bear the names of football players? Over the years we have seen the likes of Siyabonga Sangweni, Willard Katsande and Knowledge Musona surviving car crashes, while more recently we have mourned the sad death of Richard Henyekane.
BMW 3 Series 330e The BMW 3 Series is already a great executive saloon, so it makes sense that the plug-in hybrid 330e version is worth shortlisting if you’re after a well-rounded company car. Just like the regular version, it manages to be comfy while also being fun to drive, and there’s a good amount of interior space, too – though do bear in mind that the 330e’s boot is quite a bit smaller than the one on the regular 3 Series, due to the way the battery is stored under the boot floor.
If you are in the market for a luxury sedan and looking for the best value for money offer, you have a lot of options, but the main leaders of the market all come from Germany. The expanding SUV ranges has changed the passenger vehicle segment trend dramatically.
Tragedy struck in the city of Bloemfontein in the early hours of the morning. Two light motor vehicles collided head-on on Oliver Tambo street. Paramedics along with fire services arrived on the scene to find two badly wrecked cars on the road. The two cars were a Toyota Corolla and a BMW 3-series. The two cars contained 7 occupants with one occupant sadly passing away. The other 6 occupants were treated with minor to critical injuries. Except for the deceased passenger, occupants of both cars were then transported
For six generations, the BMW 3 Series has encapsulated the spirit of its times. The year 2019 marks the start of a new, seventh chapter in the illustrious history of the BMW 3 Series. Come with us on this journey through time, space, and design – from 1975 to the present.