Kia’s Sportage has been around as a model name for nearly twenty years. Recently restyled with an atomic egg appearance, the compact crossover continues its missive of providing a tall-riding crossover for families who don’t yet want (or need) to move into a three-row rig. In the LX t, there is a 2.4-liter four banger...
As supercars go, Audi’s R8 is one of the more endearing examples. Unlike the stereotypical Lamborghini Huracán driver, you don’t normally see someone exiting an R8 wrapped in a gaudy, overpriced t-shirt from Ed Hardy, their hair slicked up into a pompadour that clears the car’s roof by less than a millimeter. No, the Audi driver looks...
  A month after a European Parliament committee approved a host of measures designed to reduce roadway fatalities, the European Commission signed off on the plan. New vehicles sold in Europe starting in 2022 stand to be more connected and nanny-like than ever, with speed limiters being just one of the mandatory safety features. Other...
  Twenty years ago, Lexus created a new segment: the luxury crossover. That 1998 RX 300 was a revelation — buyers with means who wanted something with a higher seating position were previously relegated to traditional, truck-based SUVs. Those old-school machines generally had poor on-road behavior due to their trucky roots. Not the RX. In eight...
  The long awaited 2019 BMW X7 is finally here and it’s, um, polarizing. BMW’s largest utility vehicle, the X7, uses the brand’s versatile CLAR platform as a starting point for the most controversially styled Bimmer since Chris Bangle left the building. Arriving at dealerships in March, the X7’s derrière is not, nor ever will...
Mercedes-Benz unveiled the refreshed S-Class at the Shanghai Motor Show, and every model in the lineup received a laundry list of upgrades. While technological conveniences remain the S-Class’ bread and butter, Mercedes has expanded trim choices, color options, and is even offering new engine choices on several models.     The sedans received revised front and...

Never let your car go until you are satisfied with what is being offered Selling a used car in Uganda is not a joy ride but with a few tips highlighted below it should be easier than it normally is. When thinking about selling your car, the first thing you will want to consider is…

Selling your car yourself can seem pretty daunting, but follow these key points so that you can stay safe and sell your car quickly. Be Prepared. Have all the relevant paperwork together, such as the Logbook, service history and vehicle check certificates, for a potential buyer to review. Beware of Scammers and Fraudsters. Beware of...
With just a little work and attention to detail, you can add hundreds of pounds to your car’s value when you sell it. Here you can find tried and tested tips for making your car as attractive as possible to buyers With newer or more expensive cars, repairing bodywork damage can really add value when...
Cybercrime is becoming part and parcel of everyday life, so here we explain the possible problems you may face and how you can protect yourself from the fraudsters. Uganda Motors takes security very seriously and is committed to protecting you when you use our products and services. However, we cannot guarantee any security from cyber...
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