When it comes to buying a new or second hand car, passenger cars take preference for many South Africans.
Statistics revealed by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (naamsa) indicates new car sales on passenger vehicles are slowly driving uphill – with one vehicle brand speeding toward a surprising first place; missing the 2000 mark by a slight margin with 1900 cars sold in just one month.
Perhaps, it’s time to make a new change before your second hand car depreciates drastically as soon as the new year hits! Car depreciation has a major impact on the resale value of a car. Your car’s value will depreciate as soon as it touches the road! This means that your car resale value will be much less in January 2018, than what it’s currently worth.
Here are November 2017’s best-selling passenger cars
#10 Renault Kwid sold 757 units.
#9 Hyundai i20 sold 819 units.
#8 Kia Picanto sold 903 units.
#7 Ford Fiesta sold 1063 units.
#6 Toyota Fortuner sold 1080 units.
#5 Ford EcoSport sold 1324 units.
#4 Toyota Etios sold 1541 units.
#3 Toyota Corolla/Auris/Quest sold 1711 units.
#2 Volkswagen Polo sold 1848 units.
#1 Volkswagen Polo Vivo sold 1900 units.
Source: National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (naamsa)
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