Why do people buy cars? What are the most important features to look out for when considering buying a new car? What purpose is the car you are considering supposed to serve? How is the comfortability of the car you want to buy?
These are just a few questions you need to answer before purchasing your new toy and to help you with all these, here are the few SUV’s that are a must have for different reasons.
- Hyundai Creta
The Hyundai Creta, which was refreshed in the third quarter of 2018, is a trendy and stylish compact SUV that is always a firm favourite amongst both private and trade buyers at auctions…..so if you looking for great features such as a touchscreen infotainment system and Bluetooth, then this baby is for you.
- Mazda CX-3
The Mazda CX-3, which was enhanced in July last year (2020), is a stylish small SUV, which has been describes as “the benchmark in its class”. This car offers a quiet and refined ride, it is brilliant to drive, it is elegant and it is the perfect vehicle for the lift scheme mom. In my opinion, it is also better looking than the CX-5
- Toyota Land Cruiser
This is one vehicle that always attracts attention on auction – irrelevant of the kilometres clocked or condition of the vehicle. This is an iconic SUV that all buyers aspire to own. It is a genuine 4×4 too, which is enormously capable off-road. Couple all this with Toyota’s exceptional reputation and you definitely have a winner.
- Toyota Fortuner
The second Toyota in the top 10, the Fortuner is incredibly popular with all SUV buyers – whether they’re shopping for a new or used vehicle. This car not only great for family holiday travelling but it is also spacious and comfortable. It is definitely a common but convenient car.
- Volkswagen Tiguan
A seven-seater version of the popular Tiguan was launched in the second quarter of 2018, and this has only served to further entrench the popularity of this superbly engineered SUV. It is a sound option for anyone who is looking for a classy, stylish, safe and exceptionally well-built SUV.
- Toyota RAV4
The third Toyota on the list of top 10 SUVs, the RAV4 really got the tongues wagging when it was first introduced back in 1994. It was something completely different and as the years pass by, the features keep getting better and better.
- Hyundai Tucson
This is the second Hyundai in the top 10, the Tucson replaced the popular ix35 in March 2016. “The nomenclature of this particular SUV has been an interesting journey. The first Tucson was launched in 2005. One can say that while the Tucson name has come and gone, a few things have not changed, it is spacious, stylish and comfortable, South Africans have remained loyal to this SUV because of its low running costs and superb seven-year/200 000 km warranty seal the deal
- Mercedes-Benz GL
Clocking in at position number eighth are the Mercedes-Benz models in the GL family: namely the GLA, GLC, GLE and GLS. These vehicles are often seen on auction, and bidding is always keen. Car experts say “They are favoured by trade and private buyers because of their sassy styling, magnificent ride, high-tech features, sensational build quality and luxurious interiors”.
- Ford EcoSport
This is a compact, good looking and well-priced SUV, the Ford EcoSport is much loved by both new and used car buyers in South Africa. It’s very popular on auctions too. “Buyers perceive it as a value-for-money offering”.
- Jeep Wrangler
This is one of America’s most iconic vehicles, the Jeep Wrangler is much loved the planet over… and South Africa is no exception. The Wrangler has always been an immensely capable off-road vehicle. However, the latest model is quite good on road too, its interior is more refined than before, and it is surprisingly quiet too.
There you have it, now you can make up your mind about which SUV best suits your needs.
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