Cars in South Africa are extremely expensive when you compare it to other countries in relation to their cost of living. That's why It's important to weigh up pros and cons of new and second-hand cars.
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Trolling through thousands of cars is so unnecessary! Work smart, not hard. Narrow it down to a few cars you know will get you from A to B in the way you need it to.
2.Efficiency is key.
Will these cars suit your pocket? Fuel efficiency and maintenance is so important. Petrol in South Africa is expensive and it' constantly increasing. Aaaand then there is the ozone layers we need to think about!
3.Do the maths! Sit down and work out what you can afford.
This is a sure fire way to decide whether or not you will be buying straight off the floor or from someone else.
Check everything thoroughly before buying if you decide to go the second-hand route. You can always ask your traffic department to run a check through their system if you feel unsure about the legitimacy of the vehicle you are interested in. They will be able to tell you whether it's a good idea or not based on its records. If you decide to go new, always try to go green, help the planet and try keep carbon emissions low.