Mark Jones
Road Test Editor
4 minute read
7 Jan 2022
8:51 am

Peugeot bakkie set to pay the price for lofty sticker

Mark Jones

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Forget Covid-19, BLM, LGBTQ, Global Warming and anything else remotely politically important for a moment and step back into the world of motoring. Now try get your head around that Mercedes-Benz’ long gone X-Class was a Nissan Navara, and this was in turn a Renault Alaskan, and the next generation Mitsubishi Triton will be based on the new Navara. Mazda’s new BT-50 is Isuzu’s new D-Max, or vice versa. I can’t tell anymore these days. Later this year, the new Volkswagen Amarok will be produced by Ford as a clone of their new Ranger. And as I say I am...