Adam neat little hatch
R350 000 doesn’t buy you a heck of a lot of car, but strangely R215 000 can get you almost all you need. An entry level executive hatch is like an empty shopping cart wanting for options, so why then are small hatchbacks leading the technology charge? Trevor van de Ven drives the Opel Adam Jam to find out.
The Swiss Army Knife of cars – there’s not much more you can ask for in terms of car tech; EcoFlex Engine; Youthful design and offers hundreds of customisation options.
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