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Kia Picanto: a BIG deal

By Rory Daley | Friday, March, 15 2019    

 FOR city folks, the five-door KIA Picanto is ideal as it matches comfort and value with a lifestyle characterised by traffic congestion and limited parking experienced. Read More

'Heelz' gets thumbs up

Friday, March, 15 2019    

GIVEN the success of March 6's Heelz & Wheelz: Pop Up series, organiser Andrew Lee-Sing is contemplating another.The event was held at Portmore Town Centre, St Catherine. Read More

Wild Abandon

Friday, March, 15 2019    

Model Aaliyah Nathan isn't afraid to get close to this fire-red, two-door 1972 Mustang Mach 1 Fastback, owned by classic car collector Naresh Potopsingh. The beauty and this American 'wild horse' were on location at Hope Gardens in St Andrew recently. Read More

Car battery do's and dont's

Monday, March, 11 2019    

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A wet and wild start

BY RORY DALEY Observer senior writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, March, 8 2019    

W ith a total of 27 competitors turning out for last Sunday's Asphalt Assault dexterity meet held at the Palisadoes International Raceway in Kingston, event organisers Team Streetz are pleased. Read More

Carib Cement big

Friday, March, 8 2019    

Carib Cement hosted training seminars which saw 180 third-party contracted truck drivers with the goal of promoting road safety, awareness of vulnerable users, personal health and wellness, as well as defensive driving. Read More

Gov't plugs into EV policy

By Balford Henry Observer senior reporter balfordh@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, March, 8 2019    

Last week, newly appointed Science, Energy and Technology Minister Fayval Williams said that the g overnment was looking to place major focus on the development of an electric vehicle (EV) policy. Read More

Apple of the eye EYE

Friday, March, 8 2019    

Professional make-up artist Shanice Phillips, principal of Love Ur Lashes, got an eyeful of this 1977 MG MGB roadster at Hope Gardens in Kingston, recently. Read More

Porsche jets into the future

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, March, 1 2019    

THE word Porsche (pronunciation: por-sho ) is synonymous with high-performance, exclusivity, and luxury. Therefore, the jet-setting confines of Sandals Aerodrome in Tinson Pen, Kingston, served as the perfect location for the launch of the 2019 Cayenne... Read More

PHOTO FINISH: Porsche's double take

Friday, March, 1 2019    

It was a case of seeing doubles, and the champagne being served had nothing to do with it. ATL Motorsports, the ATL Automotive division responsible for the Porsche brand, unveiled the 2019 Cayenne and its smaller sibling, the 2019 Macan, for guests who were fortunate to make the exclusive list... Read More

Porsche, no problem

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto and Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, March, 1 2019    

THE thought of not being able to access the right parts and reliable service may prove a deterrent for many prospective car owners. Read More

X to the fourth power

BY RORY DALEY Observer writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, February, 22 2019    

The 2019 BMW X4 has matured quickly for its second generation in order to catch up with the styling, luxury, and driving dynamics offered by its older sibling the X6, the vehicle that began the SUV-Coupé trend. Read More

Cleaner diesel on the way

By Rory Daley Observer writer daleyr@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, February, 22 2019    

TEXACO says it will be introducing a cleaner diesel fuel to the Jamaican market sometime this year. Read More

Away we rove!

Friday, February, 22 2019    

There is never a dull weekend on Jamaica's motor sport calendar. Recently, we made the trip to St Ann for Jamaica Classic Car Club's day out, then we got downright dirty in the hills of Temple Hall in St Andrew to witness Motocross Jamaica's opener. Here are some snapshots from those... Read More

Safety campaign targets males

BY BRIAN BONITTO Associate Editor — Auto & Entertainment bonittob@jamaicaobserver.com | Friday, February, 22 2019    

IN an effort to reduce the carnage on the island's roadways, the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) is embarking on a public education campaign targeting males, who, according to stats, factor heavily in fatal crashes. Read More



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