Cars In South Africa

Cheapest New Cars To Buy In South Africa 2022

Hearing the prices of cars can sometimes bring a scare, especially if the cost of a single car is equal to twice or more of your annual income. You wonder, how could you ever own a car even though you are aware it’s a necessity, not just a luxury. Thanks to automakers, who have taken into consideration that fingers are not equal, and thus have made available economical and good quality cars. Regardless of your salary range, these cars are the cheapest you can find in South Africa, not sacrificing quality and durability. When next you are considering a cheap car to buy, these choices are good to go:

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Suzuki DZire 1.2 GA – R168 400

Suzuki DZire 1.2 GA
Suzuki DZire 1.2 GA

Suzuki makes this product with the best materials, promising a good riding experience, and optimum fuel efficiency. The DZire 1,2 GA employs the Japanese firm’s familiar naturally aspirated 1,2-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine, which sends 61 kW and 113 N.m to the front axle via a five-speed manual gearbox.

Suzuki Swift 1,2 GA – R166 900

Suzuki Swift 1,2 GA
Suzuki Swift 1,2 GA

Suzuki swift shares a similar powertrain of naturally aspirated 1,2-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine with the DZire. However, its fuel consumption of 4,9 L/100 km is quite different and optimum. It is R1,500 cheaper than its DZire sibling

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Renault Triber 1,0 Expression – R164 900

Renault Triber 1.0 Expression
Renault Triber 1.0 Expression

The Expression model of the Renault triber is a seven-seater Vehicle suitable for various family rides. Peep under the hood, and you will find a 1.0 -litre three-pot generates 52 kW and 96 N.m. Firing the front wheels is 5-speed manual transmission which improves its stability and ease on the road.

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Renault Kwid 1,0 Expression – R144,900

Renault Kwid
Renault Kwid

Apart from its popularity in South Africa, the Renault Kwid also happens to be Renault’s best selling model in the country. The car is powered by a 50kW engine with 1L fuel (petrol) capacity and 91Nm of torque. The company offers Renault Kwid in both manual and automatic transmissions. You can get it anyhow you want it. With 2 airbags, standard ABS, and a central remote locking system, the safety of your car has been well taken care of.

Hyundai Atos 1.1 Motion – R159 900

Hyundai Atos 1.1 Motion
Hyundai Atos 1.1 Motion

Despite the relatively cheap nature of this car, Hyundai maintained its reputation for durable and quality cars. The Atos 1,1 Motion is powered by 1,1-litre four-pot, which makes 50 kW and 99 N.m.

BAIC D20 1.3 Comfort – R149 990

Baic D20 1.3 Comfort
Baic D20 1.3 Comfort

BAIC D20 is a budget-focused, luxurious car, a tad below the R150,000 mark. It is a strong car, capable of gliding easily through rough terrain. A power of 75 kW and 128 N.m is delivered to the front wheels through a five-speed manual via a 1,3-litre four-pot engine.

Chery QQ3 0.8 TE – R59,900

Chery QQ3 0.8 TE
Chery QQ3 0.8 TE

The Cherry is a very cheap and affordable car available to both low- and monthly income. It is one of the cheapest cars in South Africa. However, despite its affordability, the exterior and interior come loaded with state-of-the-art features.

Datsun Go – R129,800

Datsun Go
Datsun Go

The Datsun Go is worth considering if you are looking for luxury at the lowest perfect price. The superb engine is able to generate a horsepower of  50KW easily. The fuel consumption isn’t high, and ensure you spend as little as possible on petrol or gas. You won’t even mind recommending it to a friend.

Kia Picanto – R176,995

Kia Picanto
Kia Picanto

KIA manufacturing company bears the low income to middle-income earners in mind while manufacturing their cars. And they have blessed South Africans with the KIA Picanto as an affordable option to choose in the auto market. You don’t need to consider borrowing to own this beau.

Tata Bolt 1.2 Turbo

Tata Bolt 1.2 Turbo
Tata Bolt 1.2 Turbo

The Tata Bolt 1.2 Turbo is a good choice if you are looking for high speed cars at a relatively low cost.

The Tata Bolt 1.2 Turbo comes in different versions, which are all affordable. They include:

  • Hatchback XMS: R132,995
  • Bolt Hatchback XT: R142,995
  • Bolt Sedan XMS: R142,994
  • Bolt Sedan XT: R152,995

Mahindra KUV100 Nxt 1.2 G80 K2+ – R142, 999

Mahindra Kuv100 Nxt 1,2 G80 K2
Mahindra Kuv100 Nxt 1,2 G80 K2

The Mahindra KUV100 Nxt 1,2 G80 k2+ is your typical budget car. Not only is its price of R142, 499 pockets friendly, but it is also powered by a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine with 61 kW and 115 Nm. The Mahindra gives you a decent performance with its 5-speed manual transmission and has 2 airbags and ABS with EBD as safety features.

Cheapest New Cars To Buy In South Africa 2021

Hearing the prices of cars can sometimes bring a scare, especially if the cost of a single car is equal to twice or more of your annual income. You wonder, how could you ever own a car even though you are aware it’s a necessity not just a luxury. Thanks to automakers, who have taken into consideration that fingers are not equal, and thus have made available economical and good quality cars. Regardless of your salary range, these cars are the cheapest you can find in South Africa, not sacrificing quality and durability. When next you are considering a cheap car to buy, these choices are good to go:

Suzuki DZire 1.2 GA – R168 400

Suzuki makes this product with the best materials, promising a good riding experience, and optimum fuel efficiency. The DZire 1,2 GA employs the Japanese firm’s familiar naturally aspirated 1,2-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine, which sends 61 kW and 113 N.m to the front axle via a five-speed manual gearbox.

Suzuki Swift 1.2 GA – R166 900

Suzuki swift shares a similar powertrain of naturally aspirated 1,2-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine with the DZire. However, its the fuel consumption of 4,9 L/100 km is quite different and optimum. It is R1,500 cheaper than its DZire sibling.

Renault Triber 1.0 Expression – R164 900

The Expression model of the Renault triber is a seven-seater Vehicle suitable for various family rides. Peep under the hood, and you will find a 1.0 -litre three-pot generates 52 kW and 96 N.m. Firing the front wheels is 5-speed manual transmission which improves it’s stability and ease on the road.

Renault Kwid 1,0 Expression – R144,900

Apart from its popularity in South Africa, the Renault Kwid also happens to be Renault’s best selling model in the country. The car is powered by a 50kW engine with 1L fuel (petrol) capacity and 91Nm of torque. The company offers Renault Kwid in both manual and automatic transmissions. You can get it anyhow you want it. With 2 airbags, standard ABS, and a central remote locking system, the safety of your car has been well taken care of.

Hyundai Atos 1,1 Motion – R159 900

Despite the relatively cheap nature of this car, Hyundai maintained their reputation for durable and quality cars. The Atos 1,1 Motion is powered by 1,1-litre four-pot, which makes 50 kW and 99 N.m.

BAIC D20 1,3 Comfort – R149 990

BAIC D20 is a budget-focused, luxurious car, a tad below the R150,000 mark. It is a strong car, capable of gliding easily through rough terrain. A power of 75 kW and 128 N.m is delivered to the front wheels through a five-speed manual via a 1,3-litre four-pot engine.

Chery QQ3 0.8 TE – R59,900

The Cherry is a very cheap and affordable car available to both low- and monthly income. It is one of the cheapest cars in South Africa. However, despite its affordability, the exterior and interior come loaded with state-of-the-art features.:

Datsun Go – R129,800

The Datsun Go is worth considering if you are looking for luxury at the lowest perfect price. The superb engine is able to generate a horsepower of  50KW easily. The fuel consumption isn’t high, and ensure you spend as little as possible on petrol or gas. You won’t even mind recommending it to a friend.

Kia Picanto – R176,995

KIA manufacturing company bears the low income to middle-income earners in mind while manufacturing their cars. And they have blessed South Africans with the KIA Picanto as an affordable option to choose from in the auto market. You don’t need to consider borrowing to own this beau.

Tata Bolt 1.2 Turbo

The Tata Bolt 1.2 Turbo is a good choice if you are looking for high speed cars at a relatively low cost.

The Tata Bolt 1.2 Turbo comes in different versions, which are all affordable. They include:

  • Hatchback XMS: R132,995
  • Bolt Hatchback XT: R142,995
  • Bolt Sedan XMS: R142,994
  • Bolt Sedan XT: R152,995

MAHINDRA KUV100 Nxt 1,2 G80 K2+ – R142, 999

The Mahindra KUV100 Nxt 1,2 G80 k2+ is your typical budget car. Not only is its price of R142, 499 pocket friendly, it is powered by a 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder petrol engine with 61 kW and 115 Nm. The Mahindra gives you a decent performance with its 5-speed manual transmission and has 2 airbags and ABS with EBD as safety features.

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  1. Your prices seem inaccurate! Searched several vehicles from your article and your prices are much lower than retailed.

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