Bellville’s ever-popular Burger Fair is one of Cape Town’s last-standing roadhouses and while it might be a horse running a very sparsely populated race, it’s still a pretty great place to grab a burger and shake on a budget. If you have memories of hitting the local drive-in restaurant with your family as a kid then this spot will offer up a healthy dose of nostalgia for you!
Of course, no roadhouse experience is complete without a cool car to pig out in so we decided to take the all-new Ford Kuga on a bit of a joy ride to Bellville to give you low-down on why this newly updated version from Ford is well worth a look – even after all that PR fire!
Watch our review of the Ford Kuga AND Burger Fair here in the first episode of our new bite-sized show, Meals on Wheels – a show about great cars and the delicious food we discover while driving them!
More about the Kuga:
The Ford Kuga starts at an impressive R368 800 for the 1.5-litre Ecoboost Ambiente 6MT and heads up to R483 900 for the 2.0-litre TDCI Trend 6AT AWD, and R506 900 for the 2.0-litre TDCI Titanium 6AT AWD.
All models come standard with Ford Protect, including a four-year/120 000km comprehensive warranty, three-year/unlimited distance roadside assistance and five-year/unlimited kilometre corrosion warranty. A five-year/90 000km service plan is included on the TDCi models, with 15 000km service intervals. While the petrol Kuga models have 20 000km service intervals, and are sold with a four-year/80 000km service plan.
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After years of working as an Editor and writer for popular websites like Joburg’s Darling, Cape Town’s Darling and Joburg.co.za, Crystal left her sanity and an established career in lifestyle journalism behind to follow her dream of creating a website for the intellectual and discerning woman. Today she spends her time chasing the thrill of being the first to know about ‘the next big thing’. She’ll try anything once and has been known to put her body, hair and health on the line – all in the name of research.